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 the 'NeighbourWoods in Beaverbrook' tree inventory training session on Saturday June 9 and Sunday June 10, 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.

For further information about NeighbourWoods© in Beaverbrook or to register for the June 9-10 course, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Registration details should include:

First and last name, address, postal code, phone number and email address

For additional information see the following:


The Kanata-Stittsville Ottawa Voice newspaper is now available online:

The Western Ottawa Resource Centre is looking for volunteer Directors

For more information (English):
Pour plus d'information (Francais): 

Beaverbrook Together! A vibrant, inclusive, safe and healthy community.

Hearts and Hands

A representative from the Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association (KBCA) will be visiting your home in 2018 as part of a public relations pilot program to connect Beaverbrook community members with their KBCA and enhance the flow of two-way communication opportunities. The door-to-door visits will begin with Penfield Drive in early 2018.

The visit will take approximately 10 minutes of your time:

  • To collect the full name of one communication point person per home.
  • To collect an email address per home.
  • To collect a phone number per home.
  • To collect pertinent market research information related to potential volunteers and suggestions.
  • To develop a database for the information collected.
  • To invite residents to join the KBCA Facebook page.
  •  To provide residents with a contact person for the KBCA Public Relations program.

We will keep you updated throughout 2018 about the initiative through our online channels. You can help us and complete the survey online here:

Communities united are communities who flourish! See you in 2018.

Program contact: Karen Bennett, Volunteer, Board Director – Public Relations, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Hydro One is starting work this week and will be contacting individual home owners/residents for exact date/time for their properties starting today, Monday, Jan 29th

Actual maintenance is due to start on Jan 31st and proceed mostly on a street by street basis, but individual properties will be scheduled to accommodate home owners/residents, so expect to see Hydro One in your area for much of February. 

The following is the planned order

  • Week Jan 31st – Carr, Tiffany
  • Week Feb 5th – Pentland, Borduas, Cody Way


  • Work on Penfield and the “North West” Hydro One corridor is not yet in the planning stages. An update will be available on the plans by the end of March 2018
  • Work on City of Ottawa land in the "West" Hydro One corridor is still being negotiated with the City and no work will be done until agreement is reached

If there are questions or concerns the Hydro One contact is Ani Bekmezian – 1-877-345-6799