The Kanata Lakes community was built around the Kanata Golf and Country Club. The vision for our community included preserving 40 percent green space. This was solidified by the signing of the 40 percent agreement in 1981. This document survives today and has been the instrumental in the shaping of our community.
In an effort to ensure the community is up to date and has full transparency of the work I am doing, I will post updates here as new information is available.
Please know that I am working with you, and for you to prevent the loss of this space.
Golf Course Update #7
In keeping with my commitment to transparency, I am sharing the most recent updates relating to the Kanata Lakes GolfRead more.
Golf Course Update #6
Sharing a golf course update to provide reassurance that nothing has changed. On the contrary, a lot of great workRead more.
Kanata Greenspace Update #5
In an effort to ensure full transparency, I am sharing a copy of the letter that the city sent toRead more.
Kanata Greenspace Update #4
Latest golf course update: The city’s legal team has sent a letter to the legal representatives of ClubLink, Minto, andRead more.
Kanata Greenspace Update #3
Kanata Greenspace Update: The city is considering all options, including taking over the golf course.Read more.
Honouring Commitments. Protecting our Greenspace.
The Kanata Greenspace debate is not about protecting and preserving a golf course. This debate is about honouring the legalRead more.
Kanata Golf and Country Club Update – Legal Agreements
Sharing the 1981 Forty Percent Agreement and the 1988 amendment from the City of Ottawa legal team.Read more.
Kanata Golf & Country Club Update
Update on the steps taken since ClubLink announced their plans for development of the Kanata Golf and Country Club lands.Read more.
Kanata Golf & Country Club Statement
My statement following ClubLink's announcement to pursue development of the Kanata Golf & Country Club lands.Read more.