The Queensway Terrace North Community Association represents the residents of the older Britannia Heights and newer Queensway Terrace North Communities.  We’re an established residential community located in West Ottawa. Our boundaries are Carling Avenue to the north, the western transitway to our east, the 417 (Queensway) to our south and Pinecrest Avenue to the west.

Originally, the name ‘Queensway Terrace North’ and the Association only applied to the Campeau built Queensway Terrace North next to the Queensway (Highway 417).  In November 2002 the Association, and the name, was extended to include the area south of Carling Avenue that was referred to as Britannia Heights.

We represent approximately 1,300 households and over 3,000 residents.   Association membership is free and open to any resident of the community. The Board meets 8 times a year and the Annual General Meeting is held in the fall.

Neighbourhood Profile

Interested about the demographics of QTN? Take a look at our infosheet (PDF) based on Statistics Canada’s 2016 Census. For more information on the character of QTN and how the neighbourhood is evolving please visit the planning committee’s page.

Board Membership and Board Committees

Board members are elected at the Annual General Meeting to serve two-year, renewable terms. Vacant positions can be filled by the board until the next AGM.  Much of the associations work is done by committees, such as the Planning Committee, the Nature Committee, and the Community Gardens committee.  Events are planned and organized by special committees, such as the Winter Carnival Planning Committee.  If you are interested in a board or committee role, send a message to qtncommunity@gmail.com and a board member will provide more information about current activities.

To learn more about the current board members and committees, please see: Board Members.