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Kanata Seniors Council

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The Kanata Seniors’ Centre is owned and operated by the City of Ottawa. The Centre provides facilities and programs for seniors in Kanata.

Contact Info
  • Email: Council@KanataSeniors.ca
  • Phone: (613) 254-7164
  • Website: http://kanataseniors.ca/?page_id=37
  • Address: 2500 Campeau Dr, Kanata, ON K2K 2W3, Canada

Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri 8:30-4pm, Sat 10-4pm

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Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri 8:30-4pm, Sat 10-4pm

Description

Since the early eighties, Kanata Seniors had asked for a centre for seniors in the City of Kanata. Mayor Merle Nicholds opened The Kanata Seniors’ Centre in December 2000, just prior to amalgamation with the City of Ottawa. Since opening in December 2000, the Centre has continued to advance its programming for seniors. Adding a $75,000+ commercial kitchen, undertaken responsibility for the operation of The Coffee Shoppe (now called the Council Café) and the Computer Training Program, and continuing to partner with the WOCRC Kanata Seniors’ Diners Club and many other projects to help area seniors.

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Last updated: 26-11-2020
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