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Speaker Herb John to Kick-off Civic Dialogue Program

Date: September 15, 2015 Author: ocsco Categories: OCSCO News

As seen in our September 2015 E-Newsletter: Click HERE: OSSCO-SOCAO is pleased to announce that Herb John has signed on to be part of our Tuesdays with OSSCO education program. On September 22nd, he will kick off the 1st of a 3-part series, Civic Dialogue to Civic Action. The 3-part series focuses on the importance of Civic Dialogue and how this process starts. Attendees will increase awareness of how to utilize and share their skills and experience for better communities. The role of...

OSSCO-SOCAO Members Shaping the Future

Date: August 18, 2015 Author: ocsco Categories: OCSCO News

The Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) recently celebrated its annual Gala dinner recently.  The event annually marks both Jamaican independence and the contributions of Jamaican Canadians in Canadian culture.  The event was held at the Jamaican Canadian Centre at 995 Arrow Road and featured hundreds of guests, including the Premier of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne. The theme for 2015 was Celebrating Jamaica: Shaping the Future of Success, which is made possible thanks to many of the people who...

OSSCO-SOCAO Board Member Featured on Ontario Today

Date: July 27, 2015 Author: ocsco Categories: OCSCO News

 By: Rob Lorusso (Communications & Program Specialist, OSSCO-SOCAO) OSSCO-SOCAO Chair Elect Claude Hould was one of the feature interviews during a recent episode of Ontario Today, an award winning radio show hosted by Rita Celli on CBC Radio. The show focused on efforts to help bring refugees from war-torn countries to Canada.  Claude’s interview (which can be found at the 26:10 mark of the podcast link BELOW), touched on the hardships and rewards of refugee sponsorship.  Through AURA...

Remaining Active is Vital for Us…and YOU!

Date: July 14, 2015 Author: ocsco Categories: OCSCO News

By: Rob Lorusso (Communications & Program Specialist, OSSCO-SOCAO) The warmer weather seems to have finally come to stay, for now at least. While it took a little longer than normal, it’s fairly safe to say that now’s the time to get out and get more active and involved. For our GTA subscribers, even with the expected traffic jams caused by Toronto’s hosting of the Pan-Am Games as well as the residual events in the surrounding areas, getting “out there” will provide greater...

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