April 29 Event: Kanata Meeting Opportunity to provide input on #Ottcity's wildlife strategy

April 29 Event: Kanata Meeting Opportunity to provide input on #Ottcity's wildlife strategy
Posted on April 26, 2014 | Donna DuBreuil | Written on April 26, 2014
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Author's Note:

Author's Note:

I received notice yesterday of a community townhall meeting in Kanata next week, hosted by Councillor Marianne Wilkinson. Item #4 on the agenda is an opportunity for residents to provide feedback on the City's wildlife strategy in new developments.

Please attend if you're not busy Tuesday evening.

Tuesday, April 29th, 7:00p.m. – 9:00p.m.
Richcraft Recreation Complex Kanata, Minto Room Program Room

A Town Hall meeting is a great way to learn about Kanata North and what’s happening locally.  You can also share your news, views and concerns, ask questions and learn what’s happening at City Hall and around the city.

This month’s Town Hall meeting has a varied agenda:

  •        A presentation on Arcadia Park by the City’s Planning Department
  •        Information on a business subdivision next to the Tanger Outlet Mall
  •        Find out where high rise buildings are being recommended
  •        Provide your input on a wildlife strategy for areas under development
  •        Protection at rail crossings in Kanata North
  •        Installation of boxes for the Kanata North Community Garden
  •        A Heritage District for Beaverbrook
  •        Super mailbox locations in Beaverbrook to replace home delivery
  •        Public meeting on the Carp Road Landfill
  •        The new school site and tree clearing for its site
  •        Site plans for other school projects
  •        The Ministry of the Environment’s drinking water report
  •        Official opening of the RRCK skateboard park
  •        Official opening of the RRCK soccer field
  •        Status of the Community Design Plan along March Road and
  •        Other issues raised by those in attendance

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Donna DuBreuil is the co-founder and president of the Ottawa-Carleton Wildlife Centre. The Centre, founded in 1987, was established to support a better understanding and respect for wildlife in the face of rapid... More



As per the so called super mailboxes in Beaverbrook I would like it to be known that I will not be carrying home the piles of what we call junk mail to my house to be put in my recycle box. It is an imposition to expect people to transport it home and then pay to have it recycled. I have tolerated this for years but will no more. (p.s. To all people/companies using this method to market understand that this actually makes people reject their products).


Nice and informative blog post.Thanks a lot for this.The list is so well arranged !God bless you.