Family Fun Day in the Park by Lisa Geraghty

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Last Saturday, our neighbourhood “Family Fun Day in the Park” was a great success! Over 30 kids on bikes, trikes and in strollers were escorted to Echo Park by Ottawa Fire Services.  “Bri The Cowguy” thrilled the audience with his daring magic tricks and zany antics. Kids young and old participated in sack races, a tug of war, face painting and tattoo station. Hot dogs and hamburgers with all the fixings were served up along with snacks and refreshments, sponsored by Councillor Moffatt.

Thanks to all who donated their time, services and resources: Michael, Gareth, Lisa, Darlene, Tammy, Cassandra, Sean, Angelo, Karen, Marv, Jimmy, Bruce, M.J, Andrew and more! The event would not have been possible without the help of our neighbours and the efforts of our Events Coordinator, Darlene Mercer.



Ladies’ Nine & Dine by Nancy Mandigo

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Ladies Nine & Dine - Dinner Ladies Nine & Dine

The Carleton Golf and Yacht Club invited ladies in the neighbourhood to a “Nine & Dine”on Tuesday, June 3. There was no golf experience necessary and Club Members volunteered to play in each foursome. Chef Peter produced an amazing Italian Meal and, judging by the volume of chatter in the Dining Room, the neighbourhood was having a great time. wins!

Posted on will be our primary domain name. will still be active because it received enough interest to justify it’s existence. .org and .net have been disable. Thanks to godaddy’s liberal 48 hour refund policy the total cost to the association is zero. Thanks to those who voted from Japan and the Netherlands!

Should be .ca or something else? by Jimmy Kim

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This is a topic that comes up every time our website is discussed.  Should be .ca or .org?  The reasons are simple for both sides.  Back in 2005 when was registered we did not qualify to get  At that time you had to be a national organization to get .ca domain names.  Does anyone remember ie. would have been ours back then.  So the choice was between or  Due to the cost of buying and maintaining multiple domain names was chosen.

Fast forward to 2014.  The national requirement for .ca domains names is no longer required and domain names now cost about $9/year to register.

The argument for keeping is simple.  People are used to it.  We don’t want to confuse people by changing anything!  The argument for changing to a .ca name is that it is Canadian and changing to .org because most non-profit groups use it.  Or is there another choice out there?,,, and are all pointing to this website.  Try them out and vote for your favorite!