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Patro d’Ottawa

Central Ottawa$

Patro d'Ottawa is a community center which offers social, recreational and cultural programs and activities as well as training and support for Francophone communities in Ottawa in order to contribute to their development.

Contact Info
  • Email: info@patro-ottawa.com
  • Phone: (613) 789-7733
  • Website: https://www.patro-ottawa.com/
  • Address: Patro d'Ottawa, 40 Cobourg St, Ottawa, ON K1N 8Z6, Canada

Hours of Operation
Weekdays 8am-10pm, closed Saturday, Sunday 9am-3pm

Verified Dementia-Inclusive Features

  • Accessible bathrooms, Accessible entrance, Accessible parking, French
Dementia-Inclusive Trained Staff
  • No
Contact Info

Hours of Operation: Weekdays 8am-10pm, closed Saturday, Sunday 9am-3pm


Patro d’Ottawa is a francophone community centre that focuses on the social integration of elderly persons through social recreational activities to break isolation and social support services to favour autonomy and healthful habits. Their Club de l’amitié includes activities like bingo, meals and outings, yoga, etc.


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Last updated: 26-11-2020
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