Author Archives: FHACA-board

Lost lottery tickets

Have you lost something? A bundle of lottery tickets were found on Warbonnet Drive on Friday 20 November. If they are yours please contact Marjorie Lay at and describe what you have lost. (if you win the lottery, we … Continue reading

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City View Curling Club Annual (Virtual) Craft Fair

The City View Curling Club is holding its annual Craft Fair, this year, it will be a virtual Craft Fair from Dec. 6 till Dec. 12, 2020. If you are an Artisan wishing to showcase your talent and crafts, or … Continue reading

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Cross Country Skiing For Fisher Heights and Area Seniors

In spite of the  recent summer-like weather we’ve been having, snow and colder weather will be arriving shortly and a  renewed interest in winter activities. 

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Halloween 2020 in Fisher Heights and Area

Halloween is not going to be the same this year. So we went out for a bike ride and checked out some of the Halloween front yards in Fisher Heights. Continue reading

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Sign up for the Fisher Heights & Area CA Annual General Meeting: Tuesday November 24th at 7:30 pm

It won’t surprise you: we will have our AGM on line this year. As our membership runs from September 1, and most members renew at the AGM, the board has decided that everyone’s membership will be extended until December 31 … Continue reading

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An 8 km loop across the Farm without using busy roads

We live so close to the Farm and yet it is not easy to get there. Here is a safe route that avoids the busy arterial roads entirely. Continue reading

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A Short Bike Ride for the Thanksgiving Weekend

With so much being shut down and or closed, cycling with the kids offers a great alternative. But where to go. Here is a suggestion. Continue reading

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Long Park Tennis Club in Fisher Heights saw increased interest

Long Park Tennis Club has enjoyed a successful season in spite of the COVID-19 virus. Or maybe because of it–after a few months of lockdown, people itching to get outside and enjoy the beautiful summer weather decided tennis was one … Continue reading

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A pocket map of connected multi use pathways inside the Greenbelt

There has been a serious uptick in cycling. We have seen many more Fisher Heights residents taking to a bike to get some much needed exercise, do something with the kids or simply to get out of the house and … Continue reading

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Watch for Pedestrians and Children in our Streets

We are fortunate that Fisher Heights and Area is generally a very quiet neighbourhood. Many of us have access to spacious backyards to spend time outside. Unlike our fellow citizens downtown who often live in dense quarters, we can go … Continue reading

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