Katimavik-Hazeldean Community Association 

President: Rod MacLean

E-mail: president@khca.on.ca



“KHCA became a legal, not-for-profit, corporation on July 16, 1980 when the incorporating Letters Patent were formally issued.

Association’s Purpose

Because it is a channel to elected and appointed officials which welcomes all Katimavik Hazeldean residents, the Katimavik Hazeldean Community Association keeps neighbourliness easy by undertaking projects which enhance and safeguard the quality of life of the Katimavik Hazeldean community including in regard to:

a. promoting and protecting the interests of Katimavik Hazeldean citizens, property owners, tenants and municipal taxpayers; and

b. both initiating and/or fostering either alone or together with civic and public or community organizations (i) responsible community planning and development and also (ii) activities that promote good citizenship and fellowship

Join the association and/or volunteer for events.   Do remember to keep the Association advised of your views as issues arise.   Contact KHCA by emailing president 



The constitution and supporting by-law of the Katimavik Hazeldean Community Association were updated into BY-LAW NO. 1 effective December 1, 2012.

KHCA holds general meetings open to all residents of Katimavik Hazeldean on the first Monday of the month except during January, July and August.

General meetings are held at the Kanata Recreation Complex, 100 Charlie Rogers Place in Kanata’s Walter Baker Park which on Terry Fox Drive between Hazeldean Road and Maple Grove Road.

The general meetings begin at 7:30 pm


Association Board of Directors

The Association is led by by a board of directors elected for one year beginning on November 1st at the annual general meeting held each October

Dennis Hearn is past president.

The following directors were -nominated at the April, 2015  General Meeting:

  • President: Rod MacLean
  • Treasurer: Harjit Hothi
  • Secretary: Steve Anderson
  • Director: Nilay Ertemur-Bhatti
  • Director: Kul Kapoor


Volunteers Invited 

Positions available for anyone interested in helping out.

If you would like to be a street representative or are interested in volunteering with the KHCA please contact Rod at 613-599-1634 and leave a message.
Thank you.

Students – we have opportunities for community service volunteer hours, including attending monthly meetings and leaflet delivery.”