Message from the President
Our association started 53 years ago on the night of November 30, 1966 and shares a very special bond with our country Barbados which gained its independence on that day.
The Barbados (Ottawa) Association Inc. aims to showcase Barbados in all its beauty, foster friendships and connect our communities locally in the National Capital Region and abroad.
Over the years the association has maintained its relationship with our homeland by supporting projects such as Camp Sunflower, the Barbados Public Library, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, The Lupus Association, wheelchairs to the Ministry of Transformation and most recently in 2012 sponsoring the Mavericks Soccer Club during a visit to Toronto.
The association continues to also support organizations in Canada such as the Canadian Diabetes Association, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Sickle Cell Parents Support Group, CHUO Community Radio, Phoenix Basketball Club and Canadian Cancer Society to name a few.
Our social activities are varied throughout the year. We encourage you to join us in celebrating 50 years of our association and of Barbados attaining nationhood.
We invite you to check out our calendar of events and we extend a warm welcome to you, your family and friends to join us.
I hope that you will enjoy your visit to our site and that you will share your experience with others.
Sandra Asgill - President
Hintonburg Community Centre- 1064 Wellington St W, Ottawa
@ 7:00 pm
The next monthly meeting (AGM) will be held: Postponed until further notice
COVID-19 Message from the Executive
The safety of you and your family is our number one priority. We know that this is a difficult and anxious time for everyone in our community and we will continue to monitor the situation and adjust our community events as needed. In the meantime, we encourage everyone to follow advice from the Government of Canada on how to curb the spread of COVID-19.https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection.html