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Some updates from the City and the NCC

While we do our best to share updates in our community, the best places to go for updates are the sources of our information such as Ottawa Public Health, the Province and the City of Ottawa. Any info that we … Continue reading

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April 2020 FHACA Newsletter is now online

Our April 2020 FHACA newsletter is online. Your paper version will be in the mail soon or might already be in your mailbox outside your front door. More here… Continue reading

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St Patrick’s Day

Hey Neighbors! Over the next few weeks, many of us will be increasing our time spent at home. If you have young children it can be hard to find things to do all day, for potentially 21 days. And not … Continue reading

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Neighbours Helping Neighbours

Time and again officials have been telling us that we don’t need to worry about food supply. But eventually, we need to go out and get some food or perhaps medication. Living in one of Canada’s electoral districts with a … Continue reading

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Nepean Gardeners: talk about the corner pollinator garden on March 19, 2020

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CITY VIEW CURLING CLUB – OPEN HOUSE

Are you a former or perhaps a new curler: try curling for FREE  on SUNDAY March 15th 2020: 11 am to 2:30 pm. at our Curling club on 50 Capilano Drive (off Merivale Road) City View is hosting an Open … Continue reading

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Ward Size Review On Its Way

The city is asking for your input for a ward size review this year. Take the poll. Continue reading

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Recap Winter Carnival Fisher Heights & Area

A recap of our winter carnival at Fisher Heights Continue reading

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Lecture: the Lost Lanark Legacy Fruit Trees

If you have enough of the winter, why not going to the Nepean Gardeners meeting and soak up the spring? This Thursday the gardeners meet at City View United Church Hall at 7:30 pm. Non members pay 4 dollars entrance … Continue reading

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Learn about living with coyotes in the city at the Wildlife Speaker Series

Ottawa – Residents are invited to learn about living with coyotes in the city at the Wildlife Speaker Series. Date: Thursday, February 6 Time: 7 pm, opening remarks and presentation at 8 pm Location: Ottawa City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West Presentation: Andrew S. Haydon … Continue reading

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