Category Archives: Youth

Ottawa’s New Official Plan

The City is rewriting its Official Plan. That is the strategic document which describes how the city will grow over time, where we will place major infrastructure, and what policies will be in place to support economic growth. It is … Continue reading

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Official reopening Steve MacLean Park in Fisher Heights on September 22 – Everyone welcome – no need to RSVP!

INVITATION La version française suit Please join Mayor Jim Watson, Knoxdale-Merivale Councillor Keith Egli and Steve MacLean, Ottawa-born astronaut and former president of the Canadian Space Agency, for the reopening of Steve MacLean Park. Date: Sunday, September 22Time: 11:30 amPlace: … Continue reading

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Tennis Open House this Saturday

   Come and try some tennis !! Open House at Long Park Tennis Club  Saturday, June 1 ,   10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tennis games organized for adults and children Ball machine to test your skills Racquets available Free … 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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Hey students: Earn volunteer credits by helping your community

Hours volunteered helping the Fisher Heights & Area Community Association count towards the volunteer credit hours of many local schools. To spend your volunteer hours with us, fill out this short form. You can also email bob.fhaca@bell.net or leave a message at 613-226-9627. … Continue reading

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Lipstan, Meadowlands get unusual speed signs

Frequent speed complaints to the city by residents of Lipstan Avenue have led to action. In July, city crews painted two speed-limit signs (“MAX 40 KM/H”) onto the pavement of Lipstan itself. One faces east and the other, further along, … Continue reading

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‘Meteor’ climbing structure still coming, City says

It’ll be a few months later than expected, but the city is still hoping to have a new climbing structure installed in Eleanor Park by the end of October. “The Meteor” is a four-metre high climbing dome that will be … Continue reading

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