Calling QTN youth volunteers! Have some spooky fun and get some volunteer hours!

The QTN Community Association is excited to announce our 1st Annual Pumpkin Carving Contest and we are inviting QTN youth to join the selection committee to determine the winners as well as help us with a Spooky Forest Walk! This time can be used toward your community service hours. If you are interesting in judging … Continue reading Calling QTN youth volunteers! Have some spooky fun and get some volunteer hours!

Reminder: QTNca Annual General Meeting (October 20 @ 7:00 PM)

QTNca's Annual General Meeting has been set for October 20th at 7:00PM. We invite you to join us virtually! -> Click here to register for the AGM (taking place on Zoom) <- We are also pleased to share the AGM's agenda: Welcome Looking Back and Looking Forward: Board Reports Councillor Theresa Kavanaugh Questions from Members … Continue reading Reminder: QTNca Annual General Meeting (October 20 @ 7:00 PM)

Funding available for Ash Tree Replacement on private properties

Funding is still available for 2021 and interested applicants are encouraged to visit the City's program website at nation.on.ca/eab. Additional details on this program were shared recently on Coun. Kavanagh's Bay Ward Bulletin: The City of Ottawa has lost thousands of ash trees due to the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). This invasive beetle, native to Asia was … Continue reading Funding available for Ash Tree Replacement on private properties

LRT in Connaught Park: Updated landscape plan, opportunity for feedback

re: Noise and Visual Mitigation in Landscape Plans for Connaught Park QTNca has continued its advocacy for improvements in the LRT plans through Connaught Park, including paths and measures to reduce noise and visual impacts. Residents have an opportunity to provide feedback on a revised landscape plan now and a revised plan for connectivity is … Continue reading LRT in Connaught Park: Updated landscape plan, opportunity for feedback