Author Archives: AGMS

Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2019-04-08

This week’s topics:

  • STEP in April – Unsafe vehicles, heavy trucks and cycling safety.

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Kitchissippi Ward Forum – April 15

From Jeff Leiper, city councillor,

We are excited to announce our first Kitchissippi Ward Forum for Jeff’s second term of Council is coming up in a few weeks.

[Forum Poster - Lists themes and times]
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Wildlife Speaker Series – April 26

Heather Pearl writes:

I highly recommend the City’s Wildlife Speaker Series. Of note to many in Champlain Park is this invitation in the write-up:

If you have any questions about pollinating insects (or photos) feel free to bring them to share with Jeff and Jessica before or after the presentation. Jeff also has a passion for gardening with native plants to encourage native wildlife (including pollinators) so feel free to also come armed with questions about growing native plants.

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Easter Egg Decorating Workshop – April 13

Come and stretch your creative muscles by decorating eggs for Easter at the Champlain Park field house on Saturday April 13 from 10 am until noon.

[A circle of painted and otherwise decorated eggs]
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Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin for 2019-04-01

This week’s topics:

  • Overdose update – Signs of an overdose.
  • Front desk hours of operation

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Neighbourhood House Rental Wanted

Hello Champlain Park,

My husband and I are currently tenants in a home in Daniel Avenue. Our landlords have decided to sell their property and so we are on the lookout for a new home.

We absolutely love Champlain Park and hope to find another long-term rental (2+ years) in the area if possible.
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Earth Hour 2019 – March 30

[60+ Earth Hour]

Take the challenge!

On March 30th at 8:30 pm, join hundreds of millions of people, businesses and governments around the world as they unite to support Earth Hour.

Earth Hour is a global initiative in which communities turn off their lights for one hour to symbolize their leadership and commitment to finding solutions for environmental issues.

Things to do in the dark

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