The KBCA is supporting the "Big Kanata" garage sale in Beaverbrook June 1 8 AM to 1 PM (June 2 rain date)

Register your Garage Sale on the 'Big Kanata Garage Sale Map' with your address/some items/types of items available at your sale: Registration Link

The Beaverbrook Community Centre is a "community hub" for local sales as well as residents registering for sales at their home.

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Your Kanata Community Associations have joined forces to bring you the 'BIG KANATA' Community Garage Sale - June 1st 8am - 1pm ( rain date on June 2nd)

Our community associations encourage participating households to voluntarily donate some of your proceeds to a local charity of your choice. Some suggestions for local charities incl: Kanata Food Cupboard, Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre - Chrysalis House for abused women, Rotary Club of Kanata, Kanata-Hazeldean Lions Club or QuickStart - Early Intervention for Autism(founder in Kanata).

 

KBCA Annual General Meeting Monday 7 PM April 15 2019

7 May 2019: Meeting Minutes

Topics for the meeting, we live in interesting times.

  • The ClubLink/Kanata Golf Course is going in the right direction, but it's far from over...
  • Hydro One shows signs of changing back to aggressive trimming and removal on Penfield, which could impact properties across Beaverbrook in 2022
  • The City has designated a number of homes in Ward 4, including Beaverbrook to be included in the City "Heritage Registry" - What does that mean?
  • Thefts via break-ins during the day are on the upswing in Kanata North and elsewhere in Ottawa.
Documents for the meeting:

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Beaverbrook Tree Inventory Course

Do you love the trees of Beaverbrook and have an interest in their well-being? Consider volunteering with NeighbourWoods© in Beaverbrook, a community forest stewardship project.

Join  in the Beaverbrook tree inventory training session on Saturday May 25 and Sunday May 26, organized by the KBCA. Developed by University of Toronto Forestry professors, the training is for anyone interested in Beaverbrook’s valuable natural resource: our trees. You will learn how to identify tree species and to assess tree health and condition. After the course, you will be placed on teams to inventory trees on Beaverbrook streets. Data from the inventory will be used to assess the health of existing trees and to support decisions about future needs.

High school students are welcome. Course is free for residents.  Join us and bring a friend!

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Hydro One is holding a public meeting on March 21 on the planned Vegetation Management for the 220KV/110KV Hydro Corridor that runs beside March Road and continuing along Steacie as shown below:

Meeting Details:

Thursday, March 21, 2019
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Richcraft Recreation Complex, Minto Room
4101 Innovation Drive, Kanata

While the precise timing of the work is dependent on completion of other vegetation management projects, the work is planned for completion during Spring 2019.

If your property will be affected you should have received an email and/or mail from Hydro One and they will be in touch with you to survey your property and consult with you on the work they are planning. As per the work done on the West side of Beaverbrook, in consulting with you they will discuss trimming and removal that you wish to complete yourself vs. be done by Hydro One.

For more details or for contact information for Hydro One click here

The following article will be published on Jan 24th in the Kanata/Stittsville Voice.

It provides and interview with Clublink VP of Investment - Robert Visentin, plus a review of Jenna Sudds response to the Clublink positions and activities in Kanata North since Jan 1.

The KBCA notes that Robert V.s statements provide any additional arguments compared to their original press release and statements on the kanatapossibilities.ca web site. It seems Clublink is also waiting to see what the City's Legal position will be.

Link to PDF of the article here