Mon équipe et moi-même suivons de près la situation du COVID-19 et partageons les ressources et les informations ici, sur le site web de la Commission européenne Facebooket via ma newsletter (click here to sign up).  Notre objectif est de vous aider à disposer des dernières informations à portée de main.

 Si vous pensez avoir les symptômes du COVID-19 ou si vous avez été en contact étroit avec une personne qui en est atteinte, utilisez les moyens suivants COVID-19 Self Assessment Tool pour déterminer comment obtenir d'autres soins.

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PRINCIPALES SOURCES D'INFORMATION
Il existe une grande quantité d'informations. Les ressources ci-dessous sont fiables et dignes de confiance.

OTTAWA PUBLIC HEALTH 

ONTARIO MINISTRY OF HEALTH

HEALTH CANADA / PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA 

 

Programme gouvernemental de soutien au COVID-19

CITY OF OTTAWA

PROVINCE DE L'ONTARIO

• Pour un aperçu complet des programmes, click here
Small business recovery resources (fewer than 100 employees)

Ontario COVID-19 Small Business Relief Grant

• Le programme offre aux petites entreprises admissibles sujettes à une fermeture complète une subvention de 10 000$.

Ontario Business Costs Rebate Program: applications opening January 18, 2022

• Le programme prévoit le versement de remises aux entreprises admissibles pour une partie de la taxe foncière et des coûts énergétiques.

Improving cash flows for Ontario businesses 

• Le programme offre une période de paiement sans intérêt ni pénalité de six mois pour la plupart des taxes administrées par les provinces.

GOUVERNEMENT DU CANADA
• Pour un aperçu complet des programmes, click here
Business Benefits Finder

COVID-19 wage and hiring support for businesses
• Le programme fournit aux entreprises éligibles une subvention destinée à couvrir une partie des salaires des employés.

Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program (THRP)
• Le programme offre aux entreprises, aux organismes de bienfaisance et aux organisations sans but lucratif admissibles une subvention salariale et/ou une subvention au loyer.

Hardest-Hit Business Recovery Program (HHBRP)
• Le programme offre aux entreprises et organisations éligibles une aide salariale et une aide au loyer commercial.

Local Lockdown Program
• Le programme offre aux entreprises et organisations éligibles une aide salariale et une aide au loyer commercial.

Canada Recovery Hiring Program (CRHP)
• Le programme fournit aux employeurs éligibles une subvention pour couvrir une partie des salaires des nouveaux employés et augmenter les salaires ou les heures des employés existants.

Government extends loan forgiveness repayment deadline for the Canada Emergency Business Account
• Le programme du Compte d'urgence d'entreprise du Canada (CEBA) a permis d'accorder des prêts sans intérêt et partiellement annulables à près de 900 000 petites entreprises et organismes à but non lucratif. La date limite d'admissibilité à la remise partielle des prêts a été reportée du 31 décembre 2022 au 31 décembre 2023 pour les emprunteurs admissibles en règle.

 

LES INSTALLATIONS ET SERVICES DE LA VILLE IMPACTÉS

Click here for information on closures, changes to hours of operation, paying your bills and more.
 

SOUTIEN FINANCIER AUX RÉSIDENTS ET AUX ENTREPRISES

Our federal, provincial, and municipal governments have all launched programs to support residents and businesses struggling during COVID-19. It can be hard to sift through all the information and figure out your next move. Below is a summary of the different supports available.

 

SOUTIEN DU GOUVERNEMENT FÉDÉRAL

For Individuals

For businesses

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SOUTIEN DU GOUVERNEMENT DE L'ONTARIO

For individuals

For businesses

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SOUTIEN DE LA VILLE D'OTTAWA

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RESSOURCES COMMUNAUTAIRES OSGOODE

  • NROCRC (Nepean, Rideau and Osgoode Community Resource Centre) is still responding to intake calls. Please contact their centre at 613 596-5626 or info@nrocrc.org
    Services from NROCRC:
    • Food Box Relief Kits: delivery will be twice per week (Monday and Thursday) - Please call 613 596-5626 x 244 or e-mail info@nrocrc.org. This free service is available to seniors, those living with a disability, and those caring for an elderly person.
    • Food Vouchers: are available for pick up/delivery. Clients are being asked to please call ahead for any pick-ups. Call 613-596-5626 or email info@nrocrc.org. This service is available to any vulnerable, isolated community members (no age restrictions).
    • Emergency Baby Cupboard: services are still available. Clients are being ask to please call ahead for any pick-ups. Please call 613-596-5626 or email info@nrocrc.org.
    • Mental Health Support: Counsellors are here to help if you need mental health support to help you cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.  Call 613-596-5626 ext 249
    • Intake Services: will be available through telephone – Please call 613-596-5626 ext 249.
    • The EarlyOn Program is sending out weekly online activities participants through distribution lists. Please email rawni@nrocrc.org for more information.
    • Virtual Zumba Class Every Tuesday evening from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm on ‘Zoom’. Please e-mail lziebell@nrocrc.org for details. This is available for adults and seniors.
    • OESP inquiries, please contact 613-596-5626 and leave a voice-mail. We will be returning calls. Due to high call volume please be patient
  • The Trinity Bible Church volunteers are available to help seniors 65+ in need of groceries or help with errands and/or medical appointments . You can contact Elizabeth at 613-826-2444; Greg at 613-826-4695 or Shirley/Richard at 613 826-2444 for more details.
  • ROSSS (Rural Ottawa Senior Support Services) has partnered with local grocery stores to offer free grocery delivery if you are 55+ or an adult living with a disability. Call 613-692-4697 or 613-821-1101
  • A Friendly Voice is available to those who are 55+. The free service is available from 8am-12am 7 days a week. Call 613-692-9992 or 1-855-892-9992.
  • Findlay Creek Community Association has launched an online platform for those requesting assistance.
  • Vitality Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre is offering free 10-min virtual consultations via telehealth for anybody that may have musculoskeletal or orthopedic injuries. Clients can call 613-425-7700 or email mina@vitalitypt.ca to schedule a 10-minute session with one of the Physiotherapists who can help determine your best course of action.
  • Osgoode Care Centre is offering a special way to connect with families while keeping everyone healthy. If you would like to Facetime with your loved one, please call 613-821-1034 ext 248 to arrange.
  • Manotick Village Community Association has set up a Facebook group to connect residents who need assistance with those available to help. If you need help getting supplies, you can post a request. If you are able to help out, you can post your offer to help and outline what you can do. The group also features updates on what local businesses are doing to help. If you are not on Facebook, you can email president@manotickvca.org.
  • The Osgoode Youth Association (O-YA) building has started a Virtual Youth Centre so we can continue to offer support, resources and a sense of connection to Osgoode Ward youth during this crisis. ​
  • Greely Lions can be reached at COVID-19@greelylions.ca  primary telephone: Lion David Eggett (613) 862-7692, Secondary telephone: Lion Heather Chilvers (613) 435-0035  if anyone is needs assistance during this time of need.  
  • Seniors-only shopping hours: All Independent Grocery stores are open 7am to 8 am for seniors (65+) shopping only; Shoppers Drug marts have opened their doors from 7 am – 8 am for seniors (65+) shopping only; Sobey’s Grocery Stores have opened their doors from 7am – 8 am for seniors (65+) shopping only.

 

 

AIDE À LA SANTÉ MENTALE PENDANT LE COVID-19

  •  La situation du COVID-19 est stressante pour tout le monde. 
    Santé publique Ottawa veut que les résidents d'Ottawa sachent que " c'est normal de ne pas être bien ".
    Le service a mis en place un website about Mental Health and COVID-19.