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OCH wants to thank tenants for their resiliency during the pandemic

Ottawa Community Housing tenants have done their part to flatten the curve and stop the spread of COVID-19 by listening to advice from Ottawa Public Health and the province.  

Changes to the way we provide service

Tenants have shown care and consideration that maintenance workers and safety staff could not enter your homes as they may have previously. Residents showed staff compassion and understanding during these difficult times. Thank you for being safe and keeping others safe.

– Guy Arseneau, OCH’s Chief Operating Officer.   

Helping each other

The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging, but OCH staff have seen tenants come together to help their neighbours and stay connected during this period of physical distancing.  

Brian Gilligan, Vice-President of Community and Tenant Support, says he wants to thank tenants.   

From pitching in to make sure food bank programs keep running for those in need, to making masks – hundreds of engaged tenants have stepped up.  

Tenants are being good neighbours and looking out for one another during these challenging times. 

– Brian Gilligan, Vice-President of Community and Tenant Support

 Chantal, a tenant at 500 St. Laurent distributes a donation of masks to her neighbours.

Chantal, a tenant at 500 St. Laurent distributes a donation of masks to her neighbours.

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