Kanata North 04 June 2017, 1-4pm

Planning for the second annual Kanata North Pedal Play Mobile Bike Rodeo is well underway. Last year’s event was a big success with approx participants. Pedal Play is a free mobile bike rodeo where participants of all ages; adults and children (primary and secondary school), will cycle a pre-determined route and participate in a number of fun interactive ‘safety activity’ stations located along the way. Pedal Play participants will learn, practice, and demonstrate their bicycle handling skills in a fun, non-competitive atmosphere.
Participants will learn and practice simple bike maintenance, checking helmets for correct fit, how and when to signal, where they should be on the road, how to share multi-use paths, how to change their gears when climbing, and how to navigating turns and round-abouts. Children must be accompanied by a parent or designated adult (also on a bike). 
Volunteers are also needed to help in a variety of capacities.

Please visit the website, which will be updated as more information becomes available, for details:
Pedal Play

Nominate a deserving individual/couple or organization for a Community Recognition Award.  Nominees must either reside in and/or have done volunteer or charitable efforts to benefit Kanata North.


    Citizen of the Year
    Senior Citizen of the Year
    Youth of the Year
    Organization of the Year

For more information: Kanata North Recognition Award Nominations

The Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association will hold its annual general meeting, Tuesday May 9th at 7:00 p.m. in the community centre at the Beaverbrook Mall - 2 Beaverbrook Road

  • Report on achievements of the past year and elect officers for the coming year.
  • Discuss plans for this coming year, including renovations, sign repairs, outdoor initiatives
  • Introduce our updated mandate and revised bylaws
  • Get feedback on what you would like to see in Beaverbrook. What would you like to see the KBCA do for you?

All residents of Beaverbrook are eligible for election to the KBCA Board.

All residents of Beaverbrook are welcome to attend

Call for Volunteers!

One of the greatest assets that Beaverbrook has is its abundant green space.

Our Tree Canopy is aging and over the years we continue to experience problems like ice and wind storms and disease such as the Ash Borer problem.

While the City of Ottawa puts considerable resources into the City's green space through their Forestry dept., they have limited time and funds. The KBCA believes the community has a vested interest in getting involved.

As a first step to helping our selves, the Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association is launching a Tree Inventory project for residents in our community.

This is a volunteer effort that is looking for interested Beaverbrook Residents to participate – including a weekend course from June 16 to 18, 2017. The KBCA will subsidize interested residents, but you must register.

To register or questions, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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