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THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Old Stone House – To Be Saved or Destroyed

There is an old stone house in what was once a rural area and now is within the Emerald Meadows portion of Bridlewood in Kanata. A few weeks ago I biked by it and noticed that, while still standing, it was surrounded by construction and all the doors and windows were missing looking like no . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Old Stone House – To Be Saved or Destroyed

THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Old Stone House – To Be Saved or Destroyed

There is an old stone house in what was once a rural area and now is within the Emerald Meadows portion of Bridlewood in Kanata. A few weeks ago I biked by it and noticed that, while still standing, it was surrounded by construction and all the doors a… . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Old Stone House – To Be Saved or Destroyed

THE FIFTH COLUMN: Kanata’s Secret Segregated Bike Lane

Yes, Kanata has a secret, or at least unpublicized, segregated bike lane on Huntmar Drive from Maple Grove Road to the Canadian Tire Centre parking lot, even if, for some strange reason, it is only on one side of the road. This is not like the high … . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: Kanata’s Secret Segregated Bike Lane

THE FIFTH COLUMN: Kanata’s Secret Segregated Bike Lane

Yes, Kanata has a secret, or at least unpublicized, segregated bike lane on Huntmar Drive from Maple Grove Road to the Canadian Tire Centre parking lot, even if, for some strange reason, it is only on one side of the road.

This is not like the high profile (and more costly) Laurier Street Segregated Bike . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: Kanata’s Secret Segregated Bike Lane

THE FIFTH COLUMN: Martha Webber on the Destruction of the Beaver Pond Forest

Martha Webber, renowned Kanata/Ottawa botanist, naturalist and educator, wrote the following in response to the news of the final complete clear-cutting of the Beaver Pond Forest in the South March Highlands. It is posted here with her permission.

Is there no way to end the destruction? This old growth forest is not only a . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: Martha Webber on the Destruction of the Beaver Pond Forest

Trashy's World: Kanata… O the surprises

We dropped our daughter #2 off at a Brownie camp yesterday north of Kanata close to Dunrobin. We took March Road off the Queensway and I completely expected that, shortly after exiting, we’d be zooming past farms and trailer parks as we traveled toward the river. Boy, was I wrong! Much to my amazement, there . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: Kanata… O the surprises

THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Truth About The Kanata Lakes 60% Plus Agreement

So, what of the so-called 40% agreement to protect environmental lands in the Kanata Lakes development in the South March Highlands. Is it really a myth. Apparently so.

The more I examine and analysis the facts and reality around that so-called agreement the more I realize it was just spin.

What is guaranteed is that . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: The Truth About The Kanata Lakes 60% Plus Agreement