High-tech sector of Kanata could be in jeopardy if development occurs at golf course property
Development will stymie growth: entrepreneur
April 28, 2022 By Turf & Rec
If development is allowed to occur at the existing Kanata Golf & Country Club property, it will adversely affect the area’s position as a growing high-tech sector of the Ottawa area, attendees at a Speak Up for Greenspace gathering were told Tuesday. The event, put on by the Kanata Greenspace Protection Coalition and Kanata North Business Association, featured an address by tech entrepreneur Terry Matthews, who said the tech park is on the verge of the “next big things,” but that could be in jeopardy if development is given the green light.
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