ELTOC Grand Opening!

May 27th, 2014 – ELTOC Grand Opening on May 27th was a great success! Thank you to everyone who came!    

Great Glebe Garage Sale 2014

May 24th, 2014 – A heartfelt thank you goes to those who donated baked goods and  volunteered at the Great Glebe Garage Sale!    

ELTOC at the Great Glebe Garage Sale

The ELTOC fundraiser at the Great  Glebe Garage Sale on Saturday, May 25th, turned out a great success. The day was bright and sunny, and crowds of people were out and about bargain-hunting. Practically everything we had out sold, and we are already receiving turtor applications from people who learned about us …

Grand Opening Coming Up!

HOLD THIS DATE! Heartwood House Grand Opening “Best Wishes for Heartwood” A CELEBRATION Tuesday May 27th 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm 404 McArthur Avenue In the presence of MAYOR JIM WATSON and special guests Live music and refreshments Tours of the building More information to follow!  

We’ve Moved!

November 4, 2013 – We have finally moved to our new location at 404 McArthur! Our new adress is as follows: English Language Tutoring for the Ottawa Community (ELTOC) Heartwood House 108-404 McArthur Avenue Ottawa, Ontario K1K 1G8

ELTOC in the News

June 24, 2013 – Here is a link to the article about our tutor Sheila Rorke, which was featured in the Kitchissippi Times this last week.  

ELTOC at the Great Glebe Garage Sale

June 18, 2013 – The ELTOC fundraiser at the Great  Glebe Garage Sale on Saturday, May 25th, turned out to be a great success. The day was bright and sunny, and crowds of people were out and about bargain-hunting.  A good portion of what we had collected was sold and …

New language rules for would-be Canadian citizens to begin in November

Ottawa, September 29, 2012 — Would-be Canadians will be required to submit tangible proof of how well they speak English or French beginning this November. The new requirements were unveiled last year and will see citizenship applicants given three ways to prove their proficiency. Applicants will have to submit results …

CIC proposes changes to improve citizenship program

Ottawa, October 15, 2011 –Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney is proposing changes to the way the government assesses the language abilities of prospective new citizens. Under the proposal, published today in the Canada Gazette for public input, adult citizenship applicants would be required to provide objective evidence of …

ELTOC in the News

February 12, 2012 – Here is a link to an article that was featured in Metro in January regarding the Federal budget cuts which took place. http://www.metronews.ca/ottawa/local/article/747540–feds-cuts-squeeze-esl-tutors