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New registration system for City of Ottawa programs

Creating your account ahead of registration dates is recommended
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It’s the time of year to be thinking about signing up for winter registration and once again the City of Ottawa has a great selection of programs.

However, when you go to view this season’s offerings, you’ll notice something a little different as the City has launched a new registration system.

Go to register.ottawa.ca today to start searching for programs that interest you.

With this new system you view the activities offered in one place and filter by keyword, time, location or age. If you see something you like, you can create a wish list by selecting on the heart button, making it easier to find your desired courses on registration night.

Create your account now by following the online instructions. Setting up your account ahead of time will get you ready for registration night on December 5 for aquatics and December 7 for all other programs.

One important thing to remember is there is still a certain amount of classes and lots of people registering, so it’s still best to be online and logged in for when registration opens at 9 pm.

The winter 2023 programming has a wide variety of activities for you and your family – including:

  • Learn to swim (Swim City)
  • specialty swim and aquatic certifications
  • learn to skate
  • sports and fitness (such as martial arts)
  • soccer
  • cross-country skiing
  • general interest (such as playgroups, dog obedience, dance and art)
  • instructional creative and performing arts, such as painting, music and dance
  • inclusive recreation
  • and virtual programming for real-time online activities

Get started today by sitting down with your family and deciding what courses you would like to register for. ‘Tis the season for something new!

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