Public Meeting on Lincoln Fields Redevelopment and the new City Official Plan

Redevelopment of the Lincoln Fields mall and area around the mall from Carling to Richmond will have significant impacts for residents of QTN.   You can learn more at a public meeting on March 6 (click for more information).  The QTN planning committee will be actively engaged throughout the planning process to ensure QTN residents are … Continue reading Public Meeting on Lincoln Fields Redevelopment and the new City Official Plan

Reminder: Carnival this Sunday & we want your feedback on what makes QTN unique!

We are looking forward to seeing you this weekend at the QTNca's Winter Carnival! The weather looks good and the horses are ready. There will be games for everyone whether you come with your boots, skates, or sled. Bring your toonies if you would like to enjoy maple taffy, popcorn, or a hot dog. Don't … Continue reading Reminder: Carnival this Sunday & we want your feedback on what makes QTN unique!

Maison de la Francophonie: CEPEO Update 2019-01

As previously mentioned, the Conseil des écoles publiques de l'Est de l'Ontario (CEPEO) will be providing regular updates on the Maison de la Francophonie Project (Grant School Redevelopment). Here is this month's update as well as the presentation given to residents earlier this month: 2019-01 CEPEO Monthly Update (PDF) 2019-01 Landscape Plan (JPG) 2019-01-08 CEPEO Presentation … Continue reading Maison de la Francophonie: CEPEO Update 2019-01

Winter Carnival is three weeks away!

The Winter Carnival is quickly approaching and we're excited to see our neighbours and friends join us in the celebration. Bring your skates, sled, boots, and appetite. When? February 10th, 2019 @ 2:00 PM Where? Frank Ryan Park What? Sleigh rides, broomball, popcorn, and more! Want to keep up to date with all of QTNca's … Continue reading Winter Carnival is three weeks away!

Grant School: Upcoming Community Meeting

Community Discussion: Construction at Maison de la francophonie d'Ottawa Date: Tuesday, January 8 at 7:30 PM Location: Olde Forge Community Resource Centre Representatives from CEPEO (French school board), City of Ottawa (Forestry Officials), Councilor Kavanagh, and others will attend to share information on the project and discuss concerns with QTN residents.