Champlain Park’s Annual General Meeting – January 27

Champlain Park Community Association (CPCA)
Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Wednesday January 27, 2021, 7:30pm
via Zoom Video Conferencing

Please register in advance for this Zoom meeting:
An e-mail with a link to the actual video conference will be sent to you (virtual doors open 7:25), along with the location of meeting related documents.

Champlain Park Community Association (CPCA)
Current Nominations for Executive Officers and Directors

Executive Officers (5)

Co-Chair CC LB
Co-Chair Heather Pearl
Vice-chair Dan Wilcock
Secretary Secretary1 Secretary1
Treasurer Dave Harding

Board Members

Civic Engagement Roland Dorsay
Communications Adrian Bradley
Co-Environment Daniel Buckles
Co-Environment Adrian Bradley
Fieldhouse Laurie Fagan
Membership Services Jennie Hornosty
Planning and Zoning Heather Pearl
Social Convenor Nick Xenos
Member at Large Michael Cheng
Member at Large Carol Arnason
Member at Large IanAtLarge1
Member at Large Kris Phillips


Chair: Nick Xenos

Report from City Councillor: Jeff Lieper

  • Update on the Cash-in-lieu for parkland funds for the Champlain Park including timing and process for park improvements
  • Update on IPD/Clearview Crossing and Carleton/Scott intersection plans
  • Update from City staff on the status of the Pontiac storm sewers, and effectiveness for flood prevention
  • Tunney’s Pasture updates. Current ongoing work / construction and future vision for that area (Master Plan).
  • Safety issues related to SJAM motor vehicle accidents, in light of recent accidents including one at the Carleton/SJAM overpass, affecting not only motor vehicles, but also pedestrian and cyclist safety

Report from CPCA Finance Committee: CC LB

Election of Board for 2021: Nick Xenos

Guest Speaker: (30 minutes)

Champlain Park’s AGM Guest Speakers this year are Érinn Cunningham, President, and William van Geest, Advocacy Working Group, from Bike Ottawa (Citizens for Safe Cycling Since 1984). Bike Ottawa volunteers work with Community Associations, Councillors and City Staff to advocate for enhanced safety measures that keep pedestrians and cyclists safe. Recently they partnered with CPCA and other local communities to advocate for improvements to the pedestrian and cycling plans for Scott Street, which are scheduled for implementation in the fall. On January 13, Jeff Leiper hosted a meeting to firm up our recommendations.

You can read an outline of the Scott Street project here:

Business Items:

  1. Approval of minutes of previous AGM 29 Oct 2019 – Liz Gyalokay (2 minutes)
  2. Reports from the Board (5 minutes each)
    1. Civic Engagement – Roland Dorsay
    2. Social – Nick Xenos
    3. Planning and Zoning – Heather Pearl
    4. Environment – Daniel Buckles
    5. Rink – Dan Wilcock
  3. Other Business
  4. Adjournment