We encourage you to keep your comments coming.Thank you to those of you who wrote to the City. The Coalition was copied on over 200 letters and I understand that the City planning department has received hundreds more. Just to clarify, we have confirmed that City planning will accept public comments at anytime in this process.Continue reading
This is another important week in our campaign to fight the redevelopment plans of ClubLink and its Ottawa based partners Richcraft and Minto Communities and we are reminding you to step up and help us protect our green and open spaces.Continue reading
“I don’t understand why it’s so hard in this town for citizens to defend green spaces from developers. Exactly why are home builders so influential and powerful in Ottawa?” ~ Brigitte Pellerin, Ottawa writerContinue reading
Our lawyers attended the case management conference on November 14, 2019, the purpose of which was to schedule the City of Ottawa’s application. We have details of what transpired here.Continue reading
At the outset, I would like to thank the 650 or so residents who came out to our STOP CLUBLINK Community Meeting at Earl of March on November 5 and the more than 500 who have watched the video online since.Continue reading
A warning to ClubLink: Ottawa’s current city government is far more responsive to Kanata’s concerns than were previous regimes.
We want to get the community involved effectively in our fight against Clublink. Our November 5 meeting attracted over 600 people. Continue reading
Barbara Ramsay is the chair of the Kanata Greenspace Protection Coalition. She says the city is ‘doing what it should be doing’ by demanding ClubLink honour a 38-year-old agreement with the former City of Kanata.Continue reading