Czwartek, 30 czerwca 2022

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W dzisiejszym wydaniu
 
- Pogoda dla Ottawy
- Happy Canada Day! Celebrate Canada Day!
- 9 i 16 lipca 2022,  sobota, od godz. 9:30  - Doroczne obrączkowanie jaskółek - Purple Martin Banding
- Zapisy do polskiej szkoły na nowy rok szkolny 2022/2023
- Zabawa Rodzinna "Jesienny Koralik" - bilety do nabycia
- Harcerska Akcja Letnia Kaszuby 2022
- Agnieszka Warda ponownie odznaczona za swoją pracę społeczną!
- Komunikaty Parafii Św. Jacka Odrowąża w Ottawie.


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Pogoda dla Ottawy

Canada Day, 1 July 2022
A mix of sun and cloud. 60 percent chance of showers in the afternoon with risk of a thunderstorm. Wind becoming southwest 30 km/h gusting to 50 in the morning. High 27. Humidex 33. UV index 9 or very high.
Night: Mainly cloudy with 30 percent chance of showers early in the evening and risk of a thunderstorm. Clearing in the evening. Low 16.

https://weather.gc.ca/city/pages/on-118_metric_e.html


Poniżej pogoda z innej strony internetowej:
https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/14-day-weather-trend/ontario/ottawa



Happy Canada Day !




Canada Day 2022
Friday, July 1, 2022

Take part in the nation’s biggest birthday party on July 1!
The Nation's Capital is the headquarters for Canada's birthday celebration. Each year, hundreds of thousands of people visited Parliament Hill, Major's Hill Park, Jacques-Cartier Park, and other locations in the surrounding areas to celebrate Canada. This year marks Canada's 155th birthday.

On July 1, join us in Ottawa–Gatineau to celebrate Canada’s birthday!

Canada’s Capital Region buzzes with activity, as Canadians from across the country flock to the Capital to show their national pride.

This year festivities will not take place on Parliament Hill. There are attempts made by Trudeau government to cancel The Canada Day celebrations in a future, and rename July 1st holiday to

On July 1, Parliament Hill used to draw thousands of Canadians dressed in red and white. The Canada Day festivities on the Hill used to run from morning to night—ceremonial events, shows, activities, fireworks and much more! Enjoy the good cheer as Canadians from across the country come together in the Capital to celebrate Canada’s birthday.

Parliament Hill is among our country’s most iconic landmarks. Like every other day of the year, visit the Hill on July 1!


NEW!!! Parliament Hill has been the official Canada Day site for over 50 years.  Justin Trudeau didn't allow to have Canada Day celebrations on the Hill this year. Canada Day activities are held mainly at LeBreton Flats Park (map) and Place des Festivals Zibi (map).

WARNING: There are restrictions with regard to access to the downtown area close to the Parliament Hill.
A motor vehicle control zone will be in effect from Wednesday, June 29 at 8 am until Monday, July 4 at 6 am. For all the details and for the most current road conditions, visit the City of Ottawa website.



All vehicles remaining parked in Special Event No Stopping zones in the Vehicle Control Zone will be ticketed and towed. Enforcement will begin Wednesday June 29 at 8 AM.

Park your car away from the Vehicle Control Zone or use public transportation.

Street closures are also planned for Gatineau.

The Portage Bridge is closed to traffic to only allow the public to walk between official sites from July 1 at 6 am to July 2 at 2 am, the bridge is closed to all vehicles, with the exception of emergency vehicles and buses.

The Chaudière Crossing is closed to both car traffic and pedestrians from July 1 at 6 am to July 2 at 2 am.

Exercise & celebrate your rights & freedoms!
Come to the official sites but visit also Parliament Hill on Canada Day!
Bring your Canadian flags and dress in red and white colors!

More detailed information on the Canada Day 2022 one may find at the below link:
https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/campaigns/canada-day/capital-region.html


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