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City to celebrate historic Aberdeen Pavilion milestone with community festival

On Saturday, July 2, the City of Ottawa, in collaboration with the Central Canada Exhibition Association, will host a community festival at Lansdowne Park to celebrate 30 years since Ottawa City Council resolved to restore the Aberdeen Pavilion.The Aberdeen Heritage Festival will kick off at 9:30 am with an opening ceremony in the Aberdeen Pavilion, followed by exciting activities throughout the day. This includes:For more information on the festival’s activities and site information, visit the ...

On Saturday, July 2, the City of Ottawa, in collaboration with the Central Canada Exhibition Association, will host a community festival at Lansdowne Park to celebrate 30 years since Ottawa City Council resolved to restore the Aberdeen Pavilion.

The Aberdeen Heritage Festival will kick off at 9:30 am with an opening ceremony in the Aberdeen Pavilion, followed by exciting activities throughout the day. This includes:

For more information on the festival’s activities and site information, visit the Aberdeen Heritage Festival webpage on ottawa.ca.

The Aberdeen Pavilion was built in 1898 and served as the central exhibition hall for the Central Canada Exhibition until it closed for public use in 1987. On July 2, 1992, Ottawa City Council passed a resolution, put forth by then Councillor Jim Watson and former Councillor Peter Hume, to invest in the building’s restoration and reopen it to public use.

Since the passing of the resolution, the Aberdeen Pavilion and Lansdowne Park have been revitalized and transformed into an integral part of the city where residents and visitors go to live, work and play.

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“The Aberdeen Pavilion is an integral part of our city’s history, and I am thrilled to be celebrating this important milestone in its continued legacy. Since putting forth the resolution to restore the Aberdeen Pavilion 30 years ago, I have seen the building and surrounding area transform into a vibrant community hub where residents and visitors alike can enjoy arts and culture, sports, food and entertainment.”

Mayor Jim Watson

“The Aberdeen Heritage Festival is an exciting opportunity for our community to come together and honour an important part of Ottawa’s history. Thanks to City Council’s commitment to restoring the Aberdeen Pavilion, this significant building will continue to be a gathering place for residents and visitors to enjoy for many more years to come.”

Councillor Shawn Menard, Capital

For more information on City programs and services, visit ottawa.ca, call 3-1-1 (TTY: 613-580-2401) or 613-580-2400 to contact the City using Canada Video Relay Service. You can also connect with us through Facebook (link is external), Twitter (link is external) and Instagram (link is external).

Elk Grove City Council strengthens city code to discourage unlawful camping, encampments

ELK GROVE, Calif. —The Elk Grove City Council voted Wednesday night to add a chapter to the Elk Grove Municipal Code strengthening the rules regarding unlawful camping in the city.It was a unanimous decision, but one that came after nearly an hour of discussion among the council members."We know most of their names. We know who they are," said Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen. "We want to be helping transition out of that situation."Singh-Allen called for compassion and...

ELK GROVE, Calif. —

The Elk Grove City Council voted Wednesday night to add a chapter to the Elk Grove Municipal Code strengthening the rules regarding unlawful camping in the city.

It was a unanimous decision, but one that came after nearly an hour of discussion among the council members.

"We know most of their names. We know who they are," said Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen. "We want to be helping transition out of that situation."

Singh-Allen called for compassion and urged the council to consider the unique barriers people experiencing homelessness face on any given day.

The council created an ad hoc committee in March to research concerns related to homelessness and come up with new ways to look at the issue, to get ahead of what they called Wednesday a "manageable" current situation. The committee's recommended changes to the city code were included on Wednesday's agenda.

However, it took about an hour of discussion for the council to reach a unanimous decision on the matter.

The issues raised were largely connected back to a suggested $100 fine for people who are not in compliance with the rules and questions surrounding the role organizations that serve people experiencing homelessness should have in the process.

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The council decided to amend the proposed changes, removing the fine and approved the new rules which include:

"The encampment process is getting out of hand in other cities, and we need to take action," said Council member Stephanie Nguyen.

Nguyen and Council member Pat Hume served on the committee that helped create the proposed changes.

"There is an urgency to this piece of it," Hume said, encouraging the council to vote and remain open to continuing to work on the issue.

According to Alicia Tutt, a Housing and Grant specialist for the city, about 150 people in the city are experiencing homelessness in the city at any given time. Tutt said that research showed many of the individuals had ties to the city and reported they felt safer staying in Elk Grove than in other parts of Sacramento County.

"Frankly, there are not enough services," she said.

Tutt told the council that securing housing has become increasingly difficult due to the pandemic, property owners selling rental properties and a competitive application pool. Problems, she said, are compounded for people with bad credit or a past eviction.

Whitecaps FC announce expansion of Network Partner Program and staffing in Southern Ontario

VANCOUVER, BC – Vancouver Whitecaps FC is pleased to announce the addition of Woodstock FC as an official Network Partner in Southern Ontario, the expansion of the current partnership with Byron Soccer Club in London, and the addition of a full-time head coach to work exclusively with Network Partner clubs in the area.As part of the partnerships, Whitecaps FC will support Byron SC and Woodstock FC through technical services and insider access to the club's team, staff, curriculum and training programs, as part o...

VANCOUVER, BC – Vancouver Whitecaps FC is pleased to announce the addition of Woodstock FC as an official Network Partner in Southern Ontario, the expansion of the current partnership with Byron Soccer Club in London, and the addition of a full-time head coach to work exclusively with Network Partner clubs in the area.

As part of the partnerships, Whitecaps FC will support Byron SC and Woodstock FC through technical services and insider access to the club's team, staff, curriculum and training programs, as part of a larger development network.

Jhon Ardila will be the technical lead for the partnerships, providing consistent on-field presence to oversee player and coach development, including session delivery and program planning.

"The Network Partner Program is growing in Southern Ontario and with Jhon taking on this role we now have the capacity to dedicate a full-time coach to work with our partner clubs in the area," said Mike Ayyash, Whitecaps FC BMO Academy Centre director. "Jhon is very experienced as a coach, learning facilitator and technical lead, having worked in the club system in Ontario for many years and spending time in BC in his most recent role with Whitecaps FC."

Woodstock FC provides competitive and recreational soccer programs under the technical direction of club head coach Iain Hume, a Woodstock native and former professional and Canadian men's national team player. Whitecaps FC staff will work directly with Hume on curriculum and technical planning with weekly visits to work together and oversee programs.

"Woodstock FC is excited about the prospect of working alongside the Whitecaps organization," said club president Sharon Docherty. "Our players will benefit greatly from their curriculum and the expertise of their coaching staff. This affiliation will open up pathways for our players and we couldn't be more thrilled to see that happen."

Byron SC is expanding the Whitecaps FC partnership that was launched in the summer of 2021 to a more comprehensive annual partnership that includes more visits from Whitecaps FC staff to the club and more collaboration on technical planning, coach and player development, and club engagement.

"We had a successful launch last summer piloting the partnership with the Whitecaps and tapping into their resources and staffing expertise," said Byron SC president David Brulé. "This year we are expanding the services with a dedicated Whitecaps coach on the ground to meet the needs of our club, coaches and players."

Ardila, a native of Colombia, previously held the role of Whitecaps FC Okanagan BMO Academy Centre head coach and has relocated to Ontario where he will assume his new role as Whitecaps FC Network Partner Program, Southern Ontario head coach.

He holds a Canadian A License, a Professional Coaching Degree from the Football Coaches Association of Argentina-South American Football Confederation, and a Bachelor of Education in Health and Physical Education.

Ardila’s most recent coaching experience in Ontario includes time with the Solo Talentos Soccer Program, and Ontario Soccer as a learning facilitator and coach developer. He also spent over 15 years with the North Mississauga Soccer Club, most recently as a technical head coach.

For information on the Network Partner program, visit camps.whitecapsfcyouth.com/networkpartner.

For information on the Whitecaps FC BMO Academy System, visit whitecapsfc.com/academy.

17 projects recommended for development freeze exemption

Round of interim control bylaw exemption requests mostly included projects requiring one single-dwelling unit's worth of capacitySome smaller-scale development projects in Collingwood are one step closer to being built after gaining committee approval for an exemption from the town’s development freeze on Monday.Seventeen development projects were recommended for an exemption to the town’s interim control bylaw during this week’s (June 13) special strategic initiatives standing committee meeting, while one is ...

Round of interim control bylaw exemption requests mostly included projects requiring one single-dwelling unit's worth of capacity

Some smaller-scale development projects in Collingwood are one step closer to being built after gaining committee approval for an exemption from the town’s development freeze on Monday.

Seventeen development projects were recommended for an exemption to the town’s interim control bylaw during this week’s (June 13) special strategic initiatives standing committee meeting, while one is on hold for a decision pending the town seeking legal advice.

“This is meant to further expedite these requests,” said the town’s community planner Nathan Wukasch. “The majority of these are minor residential in nature.”

The 17 projects represent a total municipal servicing capacity commitment of about 76 SDUs (single detached unit equivalents). The town is defining them as minor residential development, which includes new dwellings on existing lots and accessory residential units.

The projects given initial approval by the committee on Monday are:

Preliminary approval for one project, at 500 Hume Street, is being deferred to a council meeting later this month pending legal advice. The project requires a change of use from a three-storey office building to a four-storey hotel and requires 58 SDUs and an amendment to an existing site plan agreement to proceed.

Back in May, council provided approval for six interim control bylaw requests made by local businesses. At that time, a new process was approved for ICBL exemption requests that will be in effect until Dec. 2022, at which time it will be reconsidered.

According to most recent estimates by town staff, the town has approximately 430 SDUs of water capacity it can distribute annually from 2022 through 2024. About 100 SDUs of the 430 have been allocated for development that does not require any Planning Act approvals.

Town council passed the ICBL in April 2021 after staff announced the current water treatment plant could not produce enough water to meet the demand of projected growth over the next five years leading up to the planned expansion of the plant.

At the time of the vote, the town indicated it was a one-year moratorium with the possibility of another year's extension while the town worked on new policies for allocating water to development.

Among those new policies is a three-part framework for allocating town services to new development as part of the application process.

One of those parts, the zoning bylaw amendment, will provide the town with an ultimate safeguard where building permits cannot be issued unless adequate availability of water and wastewater capacity is confirmed by the municipality.

Three appeals to the zoning bylaw amendment at the Ontario Land Tribunal have now put a halt on lifting the development freeze. The Planning Act dictates that the control bylaw (and therefore the development freeze) will continue to be in effect until the appeals are handled. Town officials have indicated it has become clear that the three appeals are not immediately resolvable in the short-term, and are unlikely to be resolved until 2023.

Between December 2021 and March 2022, council granted 18 ICBL exemptions for development changes of use that did not require any additional water.

On Monday, the committee voted unanimously in favour of the recommendation to allow exemptions for the 17 properties. Coun. Yvonne Hamlin recused herself from the vote on 10 Golfview Drive, as she noted she lives nearby.

In regards to 500 Hume St., the committee voted 6-2 in favour of the staff recommendation to defer the exemption pending legal advice, with Coun. Chris Carrier and Coun. Bob Madigan opposed.

Decisions made at the meeting will need to be ratified at the June 20 council meeting before going into effect.

IES Ingrédients hume l’air de la croissance

Plus de 650 matières premières pour les parfums, les cosmétiques et les arômes transitent par la PME d’Allauch. IES Ingrédients vient d’inaugurer un nouveau site de 3 000 m2 pour un investissement de 5 M€.« Nous avons investi dans un bâtiment et des stocks. C’est un vrai choix stratégique », explique ...

Plus de 650 matières premières pour les parfums, les cosmétiques et les arômes transitent par la PME d’Allauch. IES Ingrédients vient d’inaugurer un nouveau site de 3 000 m2 pour un investissement de 5 M€.

« Nous avons investi dans un bâtiment et des stocks. C’est un vrai choix stratégique », explique Noël Poinsignon, directeur général adjoint d’IES Ingrédients, qui en tire aujourd’hui les bénéfices. La PME fondée en 1993 par François-Patrick Sabater peut continuer à fournir ses clients de la cosmétique, de la parfumerie et des arômes alimentaires alors que ses fournisseurs rallongent les délais de livraison en raison des tensions internationales. Ce site de 3 000 m2, inauguré le 10 juin à Allauch, a permis, avec 1 350 m2 dédiés, de quintupler la capacité d’entreposage par rapport aux anciens locaux. Le jeune dirigeant admet que stocker par anticipation pèse sur la trésorerie, mais que les marques, les façonniers, les laboratoires de composition que l’entreprise sert en Europe, au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique, apprécient cette fiabilité de relation. Elle doit d’autant plus se montrer à la hauteur que ses fournisseurs s’appuient sur elle à titre de distributeur exclusif. « Nous avons toujours voulu cette spécificité pour proposer du sur-mesure », dit-il. « C’est une valeur ajoutée, une force pour maîtriser la connaissance de toutes les gammes de nos partenaires », ajoute le PDG, François-Patrick Sabater.

Ce qui n’empêche pas IES Ingrédients d’être confrontée à des dilemmes : les coûts des matières premières augmentent, ceux de l’énergie explosent, la guerre entre l’Ukraine et la Russie alourdit les risques de batailles sur la sauge sclarée et certains délais affichés dépassent ce qu’un entrepreneur raisonnable peut anticiper. « Sur certains bouchons ou emballages, on nous parle de 52 semaines… », glisse Noël Poinsignon. IES emploie 23 personnes pour un chiffre d’affaires (CA) de 33 M€ réalisé à 70 % en France et 30 % à l’export. « Pour 2022, nous tablons notre CA sur 36 M€ », confie le PDG.

Nouveaux déploiements en vue

Dessiné par Didier Becchetti Architectes, le nouvel édifice "éco-conçu", avec sa façade végétalisée et très lumineux, doit respecter une multitude de contraintes d’aménagement afin d’éviter que les odeurs s'entremêlent et se percutent. Les espaces sont donc strictement segmentés entre les différents secteurs de destination (parfumerie, cosmétique, alimentaire) et entre matières premières naturelles (plus de 200 références sur 650) et les produits de synthèse. « Ce nouveau bâtiment nous a permis d’accentuer cet aspect très "industrie pharmaceutique". Nous avons installé des sas matières, des sas pour les personnels… », explique Noël Poinsignon. Il abrite également trois laboratoires visant à valoriser les applications possibles des matières premières : crèmes solaires, actifs cosmétiques, vitamines, gels douche, shampooings… Sur les 5 M€ d'investissement, 150 000 euros ont été affectés à de la R&D. Un ingénieur R&D a été recruté à l’occasion de ce projet et encore trois à cinq collaborateurs devraient être embauchés. Un renforcement de la digitalisation est également au programme et à l’international, une implantation à Dubaï démarrera avec deux personnes mais pourrait en compter sept dans les trois ans, en raison des attentes inventoriées sur l’Arabie Saoudite, l’Afrique... Environ 500 000 euros sont consacrés à ce déploiement.

Répondre aux exigences

Sur le plan commercial, les évolutions de ses marchés ont conduit IES à remodeler son approche : « Nous analysons le besoin de nos clients. Aujourd’hui, de plus en plus de marques tendent à vouloir du 100 % bio, du 100 % naturel », indique le dirigeant. Nombre de ses fournisseurs planchent déjà sur des biotechnologies, sur l’upcycling… « Et nous avons toujours beaucoup de matières premières issues de notre région » rappelle Noël Poinsignon. « Si j’ai appelé la société IES (International Express Services), c’est parce qu’il y a "Yes". Un distributeur doit toujours savoir dire oui et agir vite », rappelle François-Patrick Sabater, en saluant le grassois Givaudan, à l’origine de la demande qui a engendré la création de la société.

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