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Update: Rink Will Open Monday December 17

We spoke too soon!  The weather has postponed the rink opening to December 17. Advertisements

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Rink Opening Friday December 14

There is an upside to cold weather: the return of skating!  The rink behind the Fisher Heights Community Place at 31 Sutton will be open as of Friday December 14, and should remain open for the season, weather permitting. Hours … Continue reading

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A Rat in a Restaurant in 3rd Annual Free Family Movie Night

Fisher Heights will host it’s 3rd annual Family Movie Night on Saturday November 17 starting at 6pm at the Fisher Heights Community Place. In 2016 we saw Zootopia, and in 2017 we saw Moana. This year we are going back … Continue reading

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FHACA Partnering with The Council on Aging in Ottawa for Winter Walking Audit

FHACA has agreed to participate in the 2019 ‘Snow Mole’ winter walkability audit program through the Council on Aging in Ottawa.   The program encourages seniors and other pedestrians to audit their neighbourhoods for winter walkability. Our Walking Club seemed like … Continue reading

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Ottawa Police – Public Advisory: Avoid break & enters into sheds & garages

Councillor Egli would like to share the following message received from the Ottawa Police Services: With the arrival of colder weather, the Ottawa Police Service Break & Enter Unit is anticipating an increase in the number of break & enters … Continue reading

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Cannabis Public Consultation

Councillor Egli is holding a public consultation on the legalization of cannabis with questions and answers by our Community Police Officer and Ottawa Public Health. The public consultation will be held on Wednesday, November 21 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 … Continue reading

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Additional City Compost Drop Off

The City of Ottawa have set up locations to receive any additional food waste after the power outages this weekend, in case you missed compost pickup this week. Until midnight tonight (Tuesday September 25) you can drop off food waste … Continue reading

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