CCCA Canada 150 Winter Family Fun Fest | ACCC Canada 150 – Journée D’amusement Familial en Hiver

CCCA Canada 150 Winter Family Fun FestACCC Canada 150 – Journée D’amusement Familial en Hiver


 

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IKO Organic Roof Shingles – Notice of Settlement Approval Hearing/Avis d’Audience pour l’Approbation d’un Règlement

IKO Roofing Shingles class action or you were identified as a potential class member in this action.

We are happy to announce that a settlement has been reached in the class action.  The settlement is subject to the approval of the Ontario Court.  A hearing to approve the settlement will be heard on May 9, 2017 in Brampton, Ontario.  We will notify you of the outcome of that hearing.

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Upcoming Maintenance Project on the Cardinal Creek Stormwater Pond

Re: Cardinal Creek Stormwater Facility Maintenance
Dear Resident,
In late January 2017, the City of Ottawa will complete scheduled maintenance on the
Cardinal Creek stormwater pond, adjacent to the Cardinal Creek Community Park, to
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Winter 2017 Newsletter | Infolettre – Hiver 2017

CCCA Newsletter Winter 2017


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Download the All Valuables Removed card to display in your vehicle | Téléchargez le carton d’avertissement « Objets de valeur retirés », que vous pourrez afficher dans votre véhicule.

The holiday season is the perfect time to remind vehicle owners that removing all valuables from view in your vehicle will reduce the chance of a break-in. Remove shopping bags, loose change and electronics; and download the All Valuables Removed card to display in your vehicle. For more crime prevention and safety tips, go to ottawapolice.ca.
 
 
 
La période des Fêtes est le moment tout indiqué de rappeler aux automobilistes que ranger à l’abri des regards tout article de valeur se trouvant dans votre véhicule aide à réduire les chances d’un vol par effraction.
Retirez donc les sacs d’emplettes, la menue monnaie et les appareils électroniques; et téléchargez le carton d’avertissement « Objets de valeur retirés », que vous pourrez afficher dans votre véhicule.
Pour d’autres conseils en matière de prévention du crime et de sûreté, consultez le  ottawapolice.ca.
Cst J.P. Vincelette
Orleans-Cumberland Community Police Centre
Centre de police communautaire d’Orleans-Cumberland

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AGENDA Cardinal Creek Public Meeting / Ordre du jour Assemblée Publique de l’Association Communautaire Cardinal Creek

meeting-iconCCCA Public Meeting, Thursday, November 17 –  South Fallingbrook Community Center, 7pm-9pm

Residents are invited to attend a CCCA public meeting on Thursday, November 17, 2016, at the Main Hall of the South Fallingbrook Community Center,
998 Valin, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

There will be a presentation by the Parks Planning Group of the City of Ottawa on the newest and last park to be built in Cardinal Creek in 2017 (park 18A) .  This park will be located adjacent to the current Cardinal Creek Community Park on Trim Road just north of East Village. Please come to learn about the concepts being discussed and share your views.

The public meeting agenda is now available.

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Looking for Student Outdoor Rink Attendants / Nous cherchons des etudiants(es) a entretenir et superviser les patinoires extérieures

Looking for Student Outdoor Rink Attendants – Cardinal Creek Outdoor Rinks
The CCCA is looking for 6 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 Continue reading
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We need your help on bicycle-related issues in your community.

To whom it may concern,

We need your help on bicycle-related issues in your community.
I am contacting your community association on behalf of the Citizens for Safe Cycling (CfSC) and its Advocacy Working Group (AWG). Among its many duties, the CfSC advises the City of Ottawa on bicycle safety, bicycle infrastructure, bike route planning, and associated issues. We are looking for the name of an individual (or individuals) within your community association, or friends of the association, who bicycle frequently in your area. This person would have two responsibilities:

  1. If the AWG is reviewing planned bike paths or road changes in your neighbourhood, we would contact your representative for local knowledge: who uses those routes, what are the alternatives, how does the community feel about the proposals, etc., and
  2. If your community is looking for advice on bicycle infrastructure or has concerns about bicycle safety, then we could get you in touch with the appropriate expert at CfSC.
Many associations have a “Traffic” or “Transportation” representative. This person’s coordinates could be useful to us, but we are seeking someone who is passionate about cycling in your neighbourhood. This may or may not be the transportation rep.
It is a great job. There are no meetings, no monthly emails, no standing requirements for this person. If the community needs help, or can provide help on an issue, then contact will be made. Most years, in most communities, there will be little need of such contact.
Please have your bicycle representative contact me directly at: donfugler@gmail.com. A phone number would be helpful as well.
Thank you for your consideration.
Don Fugler

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Geoheritage Day at the Cardinal Creek Karst – Sunday, October 16, 2016, from 10:00am to 3:00pm / Journée du patrimoine géologique au Karst de Cardinal Creek le dimanche, 16 octobre 2016, de 10h à 15h.

unnamed-2The Cardinal Creek Community Association wishes to bring awareness to the Cardinal Creek Karst (an underground cave system) in the east end of Orleans, and the work being done to protect it.

In the last 2 billion years the Ottawa Valley has been a huge mountain chain, a tropical beach, habitat for whales and buried under 2 kilometers of Ice!

Link to map: the Cardinal Creek Karst

Our community enjoys a rich natural environment and boasts a remarkable underground cave system. In 2009 the Province designated the southern portion of the Cardinal Creek Karst as an Earth Sciences Area of Natural Scientific Interest (ANSI). On October 16, join volunteers from Carleton University’s Earth Science Department and the Ottawa Gatineau Geoheritage Project to learn learn more about the karst and how geological processes have shaped our local landscape and provided resources for our use! The surroundings of the Karst will be open to the public for this event.

Once again this year, we invite you to come out and see where the rocks in your backyard fit in!

Traveling east on 174 towards Orleans/Rockland, turn right/south on Trim Road and continue up to the top of the hill (to the first set of traffic lights). Turn left on Watters Road and continue just past where the road turns to gravel.

The Carleton University Earth Science Department also invites you to visit the other participating locations.

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Journée d’exploration du patrimoine géologique au Karst de Cardinal Creek le dimanche, 16 octobre 2016, de 10h à 15h.

unnamed-2L’Association Communautaire de Cardinal Creek voudrait vous faire part du travail fait pour protéger le Karst de Cardinal Creek (un système de grottes souterraines) situé dans l’est d’Orléans.

Pendant 2 milliards d’années, la vallée de l’Outaouais a subi plusieurs changements: une chaine de montagnes transformée en une plage tropicale puis en un habitat de baleines, tout cela étant maintenant enterré sous 2 kilomètres de glace!

Notre communauté jouit du riche environnement naturel qui l’entoure en possédant un système de grottes souterraines impressionnant. En 2009, la portion sud du Karst de Cardinal Creek a été nommée par la province une Zone d’Intérêt Naturel et Scientifique pour les Sciences de la Terre. Le 16 octobre vous êtes invités à rejoindre les bénévoles du département des Sciences de la Terre de l’Université Carleton ainsi que l’équipe du projet Géopatrimoine d’Ottawa Gatineau, pour prendre connaissance du Karst et les processus géologiques qui ont formé ce paysage local. Les environs du Karst seront ouverts au public à l’ occasion de cet évènement.

Nous vous invitons, encore une fois cette année, à la découverte et à connaitre l’origine des roches dans votre jardin!

Lien vers la carte du Karst de Cardinal Creek

Prennez la direction Est sur l’autoroute 174 vers Orléans/Rockland, tournez à droite/vers le sud sur le chemin Trim et continuez tout en haut de la colline (au premiere feu de circulation). Tournez à gauche sur le chemin Watters. La grotte est située au sud du chemin Watters juste après être arrivé à la partie de la route en gravier.

Le département des Sciences de la Terre de l’Université Carleton vous invite aussi à visiter d’autres sites participant à la journée du Géopatrimoine.

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YAC Recruitment | Deadline is October 14th 2016

On behalf of our Youth Section. Please share widely. 

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Deadline is October 14thYAC Recruitment

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