I don’t know about you but I seem to ask the same question every year… where did the Summer go? We’ve been busy at ourkanatagreenspace.ca and do want to bring you up to date on some changes we’ve made and a new announcement or two! But first off, as always….Continue reading
The City is proposing to make a number of significant policy changes through the Official Plan to make Ottawa the most liveable mid sized city in North America. You can provide your feedback until September 16.Continue reading
Summer has indeed crept up on us… we hope you are enjoying some of these long, lazy, hazy days with your family and friends!
We have been busy since the December announcement by ClubLink of its plan to redevelop our shared Kanata Golf Club land and we want to bring you up to date on what we have been doing.Continue reading
We have reached a milestone today. The City of Ottawa has indicated they will to move quickly to court should ClubLink come forward with a development and/or rezoning application. Continue reading
Beaverbrook and Kanata Lakes streets are awash in SAVE OUR KANATA GREENSPACE lawn signs as the community begins its push back against the ClubLink proposal to redevelop the Kanata Golf Club. Continue reading
The City of Ottawa would stick up for the “40 per cent agreement” protecting green space in the Kanata Lakes area, according to the city’s legal department.Continue reading
A decades-old agreement between the City of Ottawa and a golf course might be the only thing stopping a development proposal from replacing holes with homes.
An article by Adam Stanley, special to the Globe and Mail.Continue reading
Residents living around the Kanata Lakes Golf and Country Club are asking what is happening to the golf course, after witnessing Clublink chopping down trees and digging up soil.Continue reading
Nearly 500 people braved the frigid cold to fight for the Kanata Golf and Country Club. Kanata-North Councillor Jenna Sudds held a community meeting Monday evening at the John Mlacak Centre. “This has come as a big shock to the community,” said Sudds.