Category Archives: News

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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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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Local Restaurant Business Open for Take Out and Deliveries

Local Ward 9 businesses open for take out and delivery (on line list maintained by councillor Egli’s staff). 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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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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Update on Islamic School building

There has been no construction activity at the Islamic School for the past two years.  The School evidently embarked on this major expansion in 2014 without having all the required funds in hand.  Fundraising efforts have faltered over the past … Continue reading

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Dymon Submits Revised Plans for Baseline and Clyde Property

Coun. Egli announced that Dymon Storage has submitted a revised application for its site at the corner of Baseline Road and Clyde Avenue.  As referenced in the newsletter, this article includes some of the new plans (site plan, landscaping plan, … Continue reading

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Rapid Bus Corridor Coming to Baseline Rd

As we reported in October on our website and in the newsletter, the city is planning major improvements to the bus transit service along Baseline Road. The first phase will involve the eastern section of Baseline, from Woodroffe to Heron and on to Billings Bridge. … Continue reading

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Local Resident to be Recognized for Many Years of Volunteer Work

Lyn McCaw has been an active volunteer with this Community Association for close to 20 years, both as a Board member and an organizer, providing the “spark” behind many of the Association’s programs and events. This Thursday she will be … Continue reading

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Minto, Eleanor Park, & Community Collaboration

Last month we reported on a new, small enclosed dog run, built by Minto Properties, in the south-west corner of Eleanor Park.  We raised questions related to such private use of public land.  In subsequent discussions with the City it … Continue reading

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