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Annual General Meeting Monday, October 2, 2017 Registration & Refreshments at 6:45 pm    Meeting starts at 7:15 pm Fisher Heights Community Place@ 31 Sutton Agenda will include: – Conversion of Homes to ‘Rooming Houses’ – City’s plans for Traffic … Continue reading

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CITY VIEW CURLING CLUB IS BUILDING!!!!

City View Curling Club is excited to announce that a new 4-sheet curling facility will commence May 1, 2015, with expected completion by January, 2016. The new curling facility will include:  Four sheets of ice A spacious member and spectator … Continue reading

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Ottawa Islamic School Expansion Begins

(Updated December 4, 2014) The Ottawa Islamic School officially launched its building expansion on Monday Nov. 3 with a brief ceremony. In attendance representing the Association were Bob McCaw and Doug Yonson. The construction involves an extension to the main two-storey wing … Continue reading

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Is Intensification A Sound Investment?

Whether we like it or not, the city is growing. The question is, what is the most efficient and seamless method for that growth? The City of Ottawa seems to believe that the answer lies in the intensification of our existing … Continue reading

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New Zoning, Increased Density for Merivale Road

Open House Wed. June 18 at Centrepointe What is your vision for the future of the commercial areas on Merivale Road?  How could traffic be improved? How would the City accommodate more residents or more employment along the strip? What should happen in … Continue reading

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How much development is too much?

Three Large Homes Will Be Squeezed Onto A Lot That Formerly Held Just One Bungalow at 3 Trillium Avenue. The City Says We Must Accept Change. But Not All Change Is Good. By Malcolm Morrison At a Committee of Adjustments … Continue reading

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Curling Club’s Redevelopment Plans

The City View Curling Club Wants To Sell A Portion of its Land on Capilano Drive To Finance the Construction of a New Facility. What Do You Think of This Proposal? As you may know, the City View Curling Club … Continue reading

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