Park News September 2022

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September Updates from KRP

We can’t believe how fast the summer has gone and are excitedly looking forward to the fall. It’s not too late to enjoy the weather and book some space at the Community Hub for your next team-building event. 

KRP Properties sincerely thanks all who participated in this year’s Red Dragon Golf Classic and are happy to share that it was a great success. Thanks to everyone’s generous support, we are excited to share we have raised over $60,000 for local charities, including our main charity Camp Quality (Eastern Ontario)!

A HUGE thank you goes out to our sponsors and contractors; without their generous support, we couldn’t have made this event happen.  

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Thank you to our Platinum Sponsors! 

In the News

October 9 – 15 marks the National Fire Protection Association’s 100th anniversary of Fire Prevention Week. KRP is pleased to announce we’ll be resuming our in-person Town Hall and fire warden information session for all tenants on September 15th in preparation for our annual fire drills in the weeks leading up to Fire Prevention Week. KRP tenants can register online for the information session

KRP’s new volleyball court is almost ready, and it’s not too late to enjoy the beautiful weather Kanata has to offer. Located at 373 Legget drive and available for all KRP tenants, this is just one of the many reasons KRP is more than just space. Contact the KNBA to reserve your spot today! 

Ottawa-based chip engineering firm XTREMEEDA, founded in 2002, has officially closed an agreement to be acquired by global professional services giant Accenture.

When a local initiative like The Kanata North Business Association’s (KNBA) Hub350 joins forces with a Canadian start-up accelerator like Connection Silicon Valley (CSV), you know big things are about to happen.

Summer isn’t over yet, don’t miss your chance to join KNBA and Power Muscle Fitness for a free stretching session at lunch at the outdoor community hub at 400 March Road. 

SOLINK has made the top ten of Ottawa’s best places to work in 2022. 

L-SPARK and BLACKBERRY welcome the third cohort of Canadian tech companies into the Connected Car Accelerator Program they co-founded in 2018. 

Ottawa-based ProntoForms said its ramped-up marketing efforts paid off in the second quarter as the revenues increased eight percent year-over-year.

Don’t miss the KNBA x Hub350 Community Survey! They want to hear more about your plans for hybrid work to help plan their future events. 

ALPHAWAVE IP, a Toronto-based tech firm that helps speed data flow across wireless networks, is building a research hub in Kanata North at 495 March Road that expects to employ hundreds of workers.

The KNBA understands Kanata North has the Country’s largest density of technology companies ranging from promising start-ups to leading global giants, and that’s why their job board is the place to be when looking for the next candidate for your job openings. 

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