The Community Activities Group of Old Ottawa East (CAG) is a voluntary, not for profit, community-based organization that works in partnership with the City of Ottawa to provide the residents of Ottawa East with programming, recreation, and special event opportunities that are local, affordable, inclusive and of interest to members of the community.

Latest News!

The CAG Spring-Summer Program Guide is online and registration is open now for all Spring-Summer programs and After School 2017-18

Click here for online registration and registration policies.

Student Summer Job - Branding and Digital Media Coordinator

CAG is seeking to fill a Canada Summer Jobs student position. This is a great opportunity for post-secondary students in a creative field to gain real experience in an organisation's branding process, and to develop their portfolio.

More information here.
Applications due on April 30.
Please note that this position is dependent on funding.

Summer Camp registration OPEN NOW!

CAG is excited to announce our Summer 2017 Camp line-up - Canoe Kids, Camp Brantwood, Nature and Art Camp, Kinder Camp... Lots of great community fun in Brantwood Park for kids aged 3 - 12 years.

For full details click here...

An update with regard the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA)

The Ontario Ministry of Education has developed and passed new regulations (the Child Care and Early Years Act) that affect how child care will be offered in Ontario. Some of the regulations are already in effect, while others are still being adjusted and implemented.

We are happy to provide an update on how the changes to the CCEYA will affect CAG programming this summer and fall.

Children's Garden Update - April 5, 2017

The City’s Environmental Remediation Unit recently identified shallow soil contamination at Robert F. Legget Park and the Ottawa Children’s Garden at 321 Main St. in Old Ottawa East. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) compounds were detected at concentrations exceeding provincial standards. The City and Ottawa Public Health do not consider the current risk to be acute or immediate (please see for further information).

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