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PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Ottawa South Conservatives were out in force this afternoon as part of the City of Ottawa’s Cleaning the Capital Campaign. OSCA’s volunteers took part in the campaign for the third time since 2012 as … Continue reading
Dear Friends, We are incredibly grateful for those of you who packed the St. Elias Centre on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 for our evening with The Hon. Jason Kenney, especially considering the blizzard-like conditions that evening! For photos from our … Continue reading
We’d like to thank everyone who attended our January 30th fundraiser with The Hon. John Baird. We packed the room and had a delicious dinner followed by a speech and Q&A from John. Photos are available here.
Thank you to our volunteers who came out for OSCA’s first ever Adopt-a-Road Clean-up on Alta Vista Drive! Ottawa South, OSCA, and the City of Ottawa appreciate your efforts in keeping our streets clean and safe. We will be continuing … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OTTAWA SOUTH CONSERVATIVES CLEAN UP ALTA VISTA DRIVE, PARTICIPATE IN CITY-WIDE EFFORTS The Ottawa South Conservative Association (OSCA) has adopted a two-and-a-half kilometre stretch of Alta Vista Drive to participate in city-wide efforts to keep Canada’s capital … Continue reading