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Welcome to one of the most historic residential neighbourhoods in Ottawa! The Village of Rockcliffe Park is like no other, offering not just abundant green space and beautiful homes, each with their own intrinsic character, but also a very special sense of community. It offers excellent schools within walking distance and recreational activities to fit almost every taste and stage in life – from walking, cycling, swimming, tennis, rowing and sailing, skating, cross country skiing and snowshoeing to a variety of indoor activities scheduled at the community centre. And all this just minutes from shopping along Beechwood Avenue and downtown Ottawa!

The Rockcliffe Park Residents Association (RPRA) is comprised of dedicated volunteers who help foster a spirit of community within the Village of Rockcliffe Park, preserve and enhance its special heritage character and unique natural environment. It also represents the interests of Rockcliffe Park residents and works to benefit future generations. Through this website, a bi-monthly newsletter and email updates, RPRA members are kept informed of issues facing the community, local events and activities. We encourage you to join our association, to find an activity or event that interests you and to get involved!  Please send your comments and questions to secretary@rockcliffepark.ca.


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Apr
28
Wed
Speakers Program: Mark Carney “Value(s): Building a Better World for All” @ Via ZOOM - see link below
Apr 28 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Speakers Program: Mark Carney “Value(s): Building a Better World for All” @ Via ZOOM - see link below

Speakers Program

We had decided to suspend our Speakers Program until we could get together again for our enjoyable evenings at the Community Hall. This is an exception given the high interest in Mark Carney’s new book and the fact that we do not know how long it will be until we can resume our usual evenings together.

Our neighbour and former Governor of the Bank of England and the Bank of Canada, Mark Carney, will speak to us on his new book which asks the question “What do we value and why is it that often the things we value the most seem of little importance to economic markets?’  By one of the great economic thinkers of our time, his book is described as a fantastic read for anyone interested in the most pressing issues facing the world.  Join us on ZOOM to hear what he has to say and to engage in questions.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/95213867619?pwd=eHFVNXJRSlV1N1p1aENnVkViL3RPQT09

Meeting ID: 952 1386 7619

Passcode: 084486

 

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