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Local MP Pierre Poilievre and Nepean-Carleton Conservative Assn host BBQ for supporters – June 24

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Help fight for the Findlay Creek school

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The FCCA is very concerned about a possible delay in the construction of the elementary school. You may also have heard Mark Fisher, our OCDSB trustee, in the news advocating for the school

We are working hard to advocate for the school in Findlay Creek.

 

  1. We have put in a formal request to the Board of Education asking for the FC accommodation review to start this year. MPP Lisa Mcleod and Mark Fisher have also send a letter to that effect and support our request for the review.
  2. We are inviting parents, FCCA members and local school supporters to sign a petition and complete a survey so that we can get a more accurate picture of how many children will benefit from a school in Findlay Creek.

Show your support - fill out a survey and sign the petition!

  • Friday, May 11, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
    Fred Barrett Arena, Lions Hall
    or
  • Answer the door when volunteers go door-to-door to connect with the people who couldn’t make it on May 11

We are also looking for volunteers to help canvas the neighbourhood.

For info, to volunteer to canvas or to ask a question, contact schools@FindlayCreek.ca.

Pool Enclosure By-law information

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The City of Ottawa is reviewing the Pool Enclosure By-law, 2001-259 and would like to inform residents of Findlay Creek that the proposals are available for review and comment by February 20, 2012.

This review addresses a number of issues intended to strengthen safety regulations aimed at preventing drowning incidents involving young children. This includes a proposal to require four-sided pool enclosures around all new private pools, which includes a fence between the dwelling and the pool. At the same time, the City will be proposing special provisions for above ground pools, which reduces the size of the required pool enclosure, and exempting hot tubs, if they have a substantial cover that is lockable and kept locked when the hot tub is not in use.

Candidate Survey Results

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The Federation of Citizens’ Associations (FCA) created a candidate survey on local, community based issues.

Check out the results for the Nepean–Carleton riding. Prepare yourself to vote! Read More →

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