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2015 OSSCO-SOCAO "Living Your Way" Conference & Fair a Huge Success

Date: December 1, 2015 Author: ocsco@ocsco.ca Categories: OCSCO News

As seen in our December 2015 Newsletter HERE: OSSCO was pleased to welcome almost 200 seniors, as well as representatives from 25 seniors’ product and service providers, to their 5th Annual Information Day and Conference Fair.  The conference began with an introduction by OSSCO Executive Director Elizabeth Macnab and greetings from special guest Giorgio Mammoliti (Councillor, City of Toronto). Once the formalities concluded, Natasha Bridgmohan (The Bridg Group) kicked off the educational...

OSSCO Education Conference & Fair THIS MONTH!

Date: November 4, 2015 Author: ocsco@ocsco.ca Categories: OCSCO News

As seen in our November 2015 E-Newsletter: Click HERE Rob Lorusso (Communications & Program Specialist, OSSCO-SOCAO) OSSCO’s Annual Education Conference and Information Fair is only 2 weeks away (November 17th, Jamaican Canadian Centre 995 Arrow Road) and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome hundreds of seniors from across the GTA for our 2015 event.  This year’s theme is “Living Your Way”. Thanks to our sponsors and speakers, the 2015 theme introduces seniors to ideas and...

OSSCO Civic Dialogue Educational Series Kicks Off

Date: October 5, 2015 Author: ocsco@ocsco.ca Categories: OCSCO News

As seen in our October 2015 E-Newsletter: Click HERE: Tuesdays WITH OSSCO’s introductory Civic Dialogue to Civic Action Educational Series kicked off with a motivating workshop on September 22nd. The first part gave 20+ participants the opportunity to learn just how civic dialogue can be broached by regular citizens thanks to the efforts of Herb John, workshop leader for the morning session. Herb’s vast experience with environmental organizations and the C.A.W. was in full display as he...

Remaining Active is Vital for Us…and YOU!

Date: July 14, 2015 Author: ocsco@ocsco.ca Categories: OCSCO News

By: Rob Lorusso (Communications & Program Specialist, OSSCO-SOCAO) The warmer weather seems to have finally come to stay, for now at least. While it took a little longer than normal, it’s fairly safe to say that now’s the time to get out and get more active and involved. For our GTA subscribers, even with the expected traffic jams caused by Toronto’s hosting of the Pan-Am Games as well as the residual events in the surrounding areas, getting “out there” will provide greater...


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