Westboro Big Book Study, normally held at 9:00 a.m. and Saturday Morning Westboro, normally held at 11:00 a.m. are both cancelled on Saturday, November 16th due to a church function at All Saints Church, 347 Richmond Road.
Share and Care, normally held on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion at 4026 Richmond Road, Bells Corners will be cancelled Sunday, October 13th.
Alkathon Committee Meetings are held at the Bronson Centre, Room 109 from 1:30 to 2:30 PM on the dates listed below. All positions are open!
Schedule: Sep. 29th, Oct. 6th & 27th, Nov. 3rd, 10th & 24th, Dec. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 28th
Please contact Gene M, Alkathon Chair, email@example.com for more information.
The full event schedule is now available and we still need volunteers!
Food donations would also be much appreciated.
Click here to view the conference web page. Questions or to volunteer? Complete the form below and a member of our committee will get back to you shortly.
Are you interested in being part of the committee that carries the message to the general public and the professional community? If you are, come to the next meeting of the CPC/PI Committee which meets every third Monday of the month at the Bronson Centre at 6:30 pm.
See you there!
Ottawa AA Archives presents it’s
Saturday, November 16, 2019
11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Overbrook Community Centre
33 Quill Street, Ottawa
Tickets $10 – cash only
Available at the Intergroup Office and from DCMs, GSRs and Intergroup Reps
Click here for a printable poster to use for your home group announcements.
Join us for the 72nd Annual Cornwall & Area AA Conference
November 8th & 9th, 2019
Ramada Inn Conference Centre
805 Brookdale Ave., Cornwall, ON
Registration Fee: $15
Banquet Ticket: $55 (includes registration fee)
Click here to download a printable poster with registration to use for your home group announcements.
New ‘AA Promises’ Discussion Meeting!
Beginning the first Tuesday (3rd) in September, New Life-New Hope (normally an Open Speaker meeting held at 8:00 PM at the Korean Community Church – 241 Bell Street North), is going to have a Closed Discussion meeting centered on the Promises. This will only be held the first Tuesday of each following month. The 9th step promises will be read out loud at the start of the meeting, and then the floor will be opened up for discussion of one or more of them.
Would you like to discuss the Rewards of Recovery? The AA promises provide inspiration and something to look forward to in sobriety, especially for struggling newcomers. “Being fulfilled among us – sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly.” Because everyone’s experience is unique, the 9th step promises can occur in different ways and at different times. They make an excellent topic for discussion.
*Reissued to update the link to the latest document – the last announcement linked to the old document*
To all members of Home Groups hosting AA Meetings at the Ottawa Withdrawal Management Centre this announcement is for you!
It is very important that the meeting guidelines are followed carefully and we’d like to advise you that an updated document has been posted here (click link to open).
Please print it for distribution and discussion at your business meetings.
For more information, or how you or your group can get involved, contact the OWMC Coordinator via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention TAS Volunteers,
If you are already trained on the current remote forwarding system, updated instructions and a training video are now available in the Service Login area of the website.
Here is a direct link to the page: https://interactive.ottawaaa.org/support/ (use the existing volunteer password – it has not changed).
Please check out the instructions as soon as possible so you’re ready to answer calls from home when we change the system mid-June. Until then, keep using the current instructions also available for download on the support page.
If you have any questions, send an email to email@example.com. the exact date for the change will be communicated shortly.
Note to Intergroup Reps for regular shift commitments: Please pass this along to people in your group who are already trained on remote forwarding and ask them to please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the internal TAS distribution list.
If you are trained and see an opening on the calendar please feel free to take the shift. Please email email@example.com to let our coordinator know and so they can add you to the calender.
You can view the calendar at https://interactive.ottawaaa.org/tas/
Thank you for your service!
District 90-05 (Ottawa-Hull-Aylmer) holds seven weekly French meetings in the Ottawa Region:
Dimanche – 10 :00 AM – Groupe Fraternité
250, rue Somerset Est, Centre communautaire, Côte-de-Sable, Ottawa
Dimanche – 12 :00 PM – Groupe Midi-Vanier
242, rue Cantin, Maison Fraternité, Ottawa (Vanier)
Lundi – 8 :00 PM – Groupe Orléans
4831, chemin Innes, Paroisse Sainte Marie, Ottawa (Orléans)
Mercredi- 8 :00 PM -Groupe Renaissance
33, rue Quill, Centre communautaire Overbrook, Ottawa (Overbrook)
Jeudi – 7 :00 PM – Groupe Voyageur
1900, boulevard St-Joseph, Terrasses Montfort, Ottawa (Orléans)
Samedi -12 :00 PM – Groupe Midi-Vanier
242, rue Cantin, Maison Fraternité Ottawa (Vanier)
Samedi – 8 :00 PM – Groupe Je suis responsable
250, rue Somerset Est, Centre communautaire, Côte-de-Sable, Ottawa
Groups and individuals can order literature, wallet cards, chips medallions and other merchandise from Intergroup. Click here to access our online order form.
You will receive an email confirmation and receipt for your purchase and someone from the office will contact you when your order is ready for pick-up.
If you have any questions please use the contact form to email the Literature Coordinator and the Office Administrator.
For technical questions about the actual form, please include the Webmaster on the contact form distribution.
To make an Individual or Group Contribution via credit card to the Ottawa Area Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous please click “Contribute” below to make a secure credit card contribution enabled through Paypal.
Your contributions support the following Intergroup Functions:
- maintain a central office with a postal address, and a telephone listing in the Ottawa-Hull telephone directory
- maintain a telephone answering service
- publish a meeting list
- publish a newsletter
- stock and sell medallions and A.A. conference approved literature
- sponsor a Spring Conference
- sponsor a Fall Conference known as the Eastern Ontario Conference of Alcoholics Anonymous
- sponsor a Sunday morning open meeting (McNabb)
- maintain a website
- assist and advise in the formation of new groups or meetings
Information about Contributions:
- Paypal will provide the option to pay with your Paypal account or with a credit card.
- There is a yearly maximum donation limit of $3000.00
- We do not accept donations from non-members.
Ottawa Area Intergroup has negotiated the renewal of this valuable program for our groups. If you had to purchase a similar policy for your group on an individual basis, the minimum premium would be $540.
Please note, that the $100 premium for $2,000,000 Liability is an annual minimum premium and cannot be pro-rated. The Master Policy runs from November to November, and certificates are issued for that term.
FOR THIS YEAR ONLY, if a group needs coverage between now and November, the insurer has agreed to charge only $50 plus tax to issue a certificate of insurance.
Insurance premiums are GST exempt, but PST is still charged. When writing your cheque, please make it out for $108, including the 8% PST, or $54 if you are taking a short-term policy.
PLEASE DO NOT SEND THE APPLICATION TO THE INTERGROUP OFFICE! The address is to be found on the attached form. Click here to download it.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Harry B at firstname.lastname@example.org