Category Archives: News

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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Meet Peter Loveless, the Angel Among Us

For neighbourhood resident Peter Loveless, helping his neighbours is as much an afterthought as is getting dressed in the morning. And for his warm heart and helping hand, Peter has been awarded the Snow Angel Award by the City of Ottawa. … Continue reading

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Share Your Community Stories and News

As your Community Association Board, we work hard to bring you the latest news and events from our community, but we don’t know everything that does on in our neighbourhood. That’s where you come in! We would love to hear … Continue reading

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Fisher Heights resident honoured for promoting peddle power

A resident of Fisher Heights is featured on the front page of Ottawa’s website, being honoured by Mayor Jim Watson and Ward 9 Councillor Keith Egli for his group’s role in promoting bicycling and bike safety in the city.

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Loblaws Plaza land owner wants to redevelop Bank of Montreal property

The owner of the Loblaws plaza between Merivale and Baseline Roads, First Capital, has released a draft site plan to incorporate the land on Merivale occupied by the current Bank of Montreal and the former motorcycle dealership into the plaza. … Continue reading

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Illegal tree-cutter gets minimum fine of $500

Some residents were disturbed last April when the large stand of trees on the pending development site at Burris Lane and Merivale Road was reduced to sawdust without warning. Although many of the trees were doomed if and when construction … Continue reading

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Islamic School Planning To Expand Building to Sutton Place

On March 3, the FHACA board met with the principal of the Islamic School, Mohamed Sh. Ahmed, along with the architect, the project contractor, and Councillor Keith Egli, to review plans for an addition to the school to accommodate their … Continue reading

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Two Fisher Heights / Skyline residents Honoured by City Councillor

Both Receive Awards for Volunteer Work in our Community At the annual Ward 9 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony on November 28, Councillor Keith Egli honoured local residents Don Flynn & Margaret McPherson. Don Flynn received the 2013 ‘Heart of the Community’ award.  Over the past 38 years, Don has been a … Continue reading

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