Column: October 29, 2015

Flu Shot Immunization Clinic in Ward 5

Unfortunately it’s that time of year – flu season. With it comes the reminder for residents to get their flu shot. Ottawa Public Health is holding a flu shot clinic on November 4 from 3:30-7:30pm at the West Carleton Community Complex, 5670 Carp Road.

You can also get the vaccine from your family doctor, participating pharmacies and at any of other Ottawa Public Health clinics (a complete listing can be found on eliel-chantiry.ca under the “Latest News” section of the homepage). You can also visit ontario.ca/flu and enter your postal code or address to find the nearest location where you can get your vaccine.
Accessibility services survey

The City of Ottawa is currently consulting on a new multi-year accessibility plan. Please visit ottawa.ca to complete a short survey and provide your input.

This is an opportunity to share innovative ideas on City programs, services and facilities to better ensure they are responsive to our diverse communities. Please contact the Accessibility Office (accessibilityoffice@ottawa.ca) should you require any assistance completing the survey.

4th Annual Whiskey Business Fundraiser

The Diefenbunker's 4th Annual Whisky Business Fundraiser is coming up on November 28, and tickets are now on sale. Tickets can be purchased at whiskybusiness2015.eventbrite.ca.

With the help of Geoffrey Skeggs, master sommellier, guests will taste 5 different whiskies with 5 different food pairings. Light fare, tasting notes, and educational handouts are all part of this event. There will be a selection of prizes for raffle, with all proceeds going to the preservation of the Diefenbunker.

Have a safe and fun-filled Halloween!

There are a lot of Halloween events happening in West Carleton-March in the coming few days. I’ve listed many of them on my website (eliel-chantiry.ca) under the “Ward Events” section. There’s something for everyone’s taste – from family-friendly events through to spookier happenings not for the faint of heart!

Wishing everyone a safe and candy-filled Halloween night. For those travelling on our roads, please remember to be very cautious of the excited and preoccupied ghosts and goblins roaming the streets. Drive slowly and be alert!