Do you have or did you have IKO/CRC/Canroof organic roofing shingles in Canada?
If so, you could be affected by a proposed class action settlement.
WHAT IS THE CLASS ACTION ABOUT?
The class action relates to the alleged negligent design and manufacture of IKO/CRC/Canroof asphalt organic shingles (collectively, “IKO Organic Shingles”). Specifically, the representative plaintiff alleges that IKO Organic Shingles were negligently designed and manufactured in a manner that, under normal conditions and usage, would result in premature failure.
IKO Industries Ltd., Canroof Corporation Inc., or I.G. Machine (collectively “IKO”) are the defendants in the class action. IKO denies all of these allegations and asserts that IKO Organic Shingles are free of any defect, and in fact, are good quality roofing materials. However, in order to avoid the significant costs of this litigation and achieve finality in terms of its ongoing obligations, IKO has agreed to a settlement that will resolve the class action. The settlement represents a voluntary resolution of claims. IKO does not admit any wrongdoing or liability.
Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind is a registered charity, located in Manotick. We have trained and provided guide dogs to Canadians who are visually impaired since 1984.
In December, we will host a holiday gift wrapping kiosk at Place d’ Orléans. The space has been donated by the mall, and 100% of the revenue from this fundraiser will be directed to Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind. Continue reading
Looking for Student Outdoor Rink Attendants – Cardinal Creek Outdoor Rinks
The CCCA is looking for 4 responsible students (16 to 18 years of age) to manage and supervise the Cardinal Creek Community Park outdoor rinks on a part-time basis for an 8-week period starting the end of December-early January (weather dependent). Rink attendants will earn $14/hour (January 1/18) and the rink manager will earn Continue reading
Attention Cardinal Creek Residents residents ( Trim rd and Springridge area ) there are gangs targeting our kids/teenagers in the bike paths and parks beating them badly and robbing their belongings. These offenders even rob the shoes off their feet. Becoming a bit of a trend lately. Talk to your kids and as a community let’s take some action here and get involved in your Neighbourhood Watch and report incidents to 911. None of us want our kids living in fear and if we bring attention to this hopefully it will have a positive effect. Police are aware but can’t do much without any positive I.D’s on these offenders so if your kids know or hear anything it should be reported to the police ASAP. You can also send in tips anonymously. Please lets help keep our community a safe place.
You are cordially invited to a Cardinal Creek Community Association (CCCA) public meeting that will be held on Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the South Fallingbrook Community Center, 998 Valin, adjacent to the Maple Ridge Elementary school.
The focus of this meeting will be the presentation of the final plan for Park 18A and its pathway – the final park to be completed in Cardinal Creek – by October 2018.
The meeting agenda is attached for your information. Please note that we are also seeking new Board members to continue with the on going operations of the CCCA. If you are interested in helping make your community a better place to live, work and play, please join us on November 16. Continue reading
The CCCA will be hosting a Public Meeting on Thursday, November 16 from 7 to 9 pm at the South Fallingbrook Community Centre, 998 Valin Street with special guests from the City of Ottawa who will present the final plan for Park 18A – the last park to be built in Cardinal Creek. Other good news is that construction of the Park 18 A Pathway will start next week (October 10) thanks to federal-provincial and municipal funding of $1.3 M dollars. Elected officials will be invited to this meeting to provide updates on their priorities for our community. This will be our last public meeting for 2017 prior to our December 2, 2017 CCCA Christmas Party for CCCA volunteers, sponsors and elected officials.
Our next public meeting will be the CCCA Annual General Meeting (AGM) and it will be held on Thursday, May 3, 2018 where we plan on electing a new Board of Directors. I will be stepping down after 25 years of community leadership and I hope that members of the public will step forward to maintain the active and vibrant community association that we have built over the years. We encourage members of the Cardinal Creek public to participate in these meetings to provide their views and to make our community a better place to live, work and play. Thank you-Merci