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While some Ottawa residents bring their income tax records to an accountant – a service that can cost hundreds of dollars – others who can’t afford to are turning to a different method.
The local branch of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, located at 404 McArthur Ave. in Vanier, is holding free tax clinics at its office for low- to moderate-income Ottawa residents.
Ottawa ACORN says the Ontario government's new rebate program for electricty bills will not benefit many families.
Ottawa ACORN has been helping low-income Ottawa residents fill out their taxes for seven years.
Ottawa ACORN does EVERYONE’S Taxes!
Group highlights speeds are too fast, crosswalk needed
Members of Ottawa ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) protested Monday afternoon at the intersection of St. Laurent Boulevard and Karen Way, calling for a crosswalk to be built in the area that houses a church, daycare, convenience store and other businesses.
ACORN members gathered on the corner of St. Laurent Boulevard and Karen Way on Monday afternoon chanting “Easy on the Speed” to slow traffic in advance of the 2015 reconstruction to reduce the number of lanes on St. Laurent, which will slow the pace of reckless traffic permanently.
Ottawa ACORN is working with the Healthy Transportation Coalition to push for better transit.