Holiday lights at FHACA community centre

Now it is December and the CBC officially started to play December Christmas music, we have lit up the trees in front of the community centre on Sutton Place.

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Fisher Heights construction to continue first week of December

The design of the school with a cladding of brick and vinyl and an attractive integration of niches (these are not windows)

Good news for the residents in the immediate vicinity of the Ottawa Islamic School and of course for the teachers and students of the school! After many setbacks, from financers pulling out to COVID to finding contractors, Ms. Mona Egeh announced at the 2020 Fisher Heights & Area CA AGM that the school is finally ready to move forward. Ms. Egeh showed a contract to show the school is serious in moving forward after several years of inactivity.

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Doug Yonson receives 2020 Annual Recognition for Ward 9 Volunteers

Doug Yonson Ward 9 volunteer of the year

Last week, during our COVID Virtual AGM, Doug received the good news that he was selected as one of the Ward 9 volunteers for his work as a volunteer in Fisher Heights.

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City View Curling Club Annual (Virtual) Craft Fair

The City View Curling Club is holding its annual Craft Fair, this year, it will be a virtual Craft Fair from Dec. 6 till Dec. 12, 2020.

If you are an Artisan wishing to showcase your talent and crafts, or if you know an artisan that makes amazing crafts, here is an opportunity for you or them to offer crafts or products safely and capture the attention of over 1,000 potential clients.

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Cross Country Skiing For Fisher Heights and Area Seniors

In spite of the  recent summer-like weather we’ve been having, snow and colder weather will be arriving shortly and a  renewed interest in winter activities. 

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Halloween 2020 in Fisher Heights and Area

Unfortunately, Halloween 2020 will not be like any other Halloweens. The city strongly discourages us to go out with the kids. That is a real bummer for our kids.

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An 8 km loop across the Farm without using busy roads

Experimental Farm Pathway

This week, we are going to take a look at how to get to the Farm in this nearly 8 kilometer loop. Despite being so close to the Farm, it is not easy to get there due to the large arterial roads surrounding us. However, there is a safe route to get to the Experimental Farm Pathway. Today we are going to show you how. As usual we are going to start at our community centre on 31 Sutton Place. See map below the article.

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A Short Bike Ride for the Thanksgiving Weekend

If you are looking for something to do with the (grand)kids, here is a tip to enjoy the Thanksgiving weekend weather. The forecast is still a bit iffy and changing, but it looks like we will have at least some sun eventually.

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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 of their safest choices.

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A pocket map of connected multi use pathways inside the Greenbelt

lady on trike
A safe and connected cycling network makes all the difference in promoting cycling in our city.

There has been a serious uptick in cycling. We have seen many more Fisher Heights residents taking to a bike to get some much needed exercise, do something with the kids or simply to get out of the house and get some alone time.

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