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where we live

Calling Kanata North home Ample recreation opportunities, short commute draws tech workers to Kanata’s residential communities

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anata North may be best known as Canada’s largest technology park, but it’s also home to several thriving residential communities that provide tech workers with short commutes, plenty of green space and abundant amenities. Morgan’s Grant, Kanata Lakes and Beaverbrook are home to thousands of families and professionals attracted by the variety of housing types, easy access to woodlands as well as schools, a library, community centre and new recreational complex. The convenience of living and working in the same community makes Kanata North a no-brainer for many tech workers. For Beaverbrook resident Bojana Kolbah – who’s worked at Nokia for some 20 years – this means she and her husband can leave their car at home when they head out for work. “Compared

LEFT: Bojana Kolbah, her husband Chris Berry and sons, from left, Owen, Trevor and Markus walk through Beaverbrook Park in mid-December.

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The Kanata Networker Winter 2019  

The Kanata Networker is a publication available in both print and online, that highlights news and events from the Kanata North business com...

The Kanata Networker Winter 2019  

The Kanata Networker is a publication available in both print and online, that highlights news and events from the Kanata North business com...

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