Notre Dame needs to get serious about event management following their first Archbishop's Cup football game proves chaotic.
School Fundraising Campaign -"Welcome Home" The Notre Dame Alumni Association, a registered charity, has started a new campaign to raise $10.8 million to finish paying for the school's redevelopment. The association's website says the total cost of the project, including the buildings, the new field and parking lot is $35 million, with $24.2 million raised … Continue reading Hey Buddy, Can You Spare $10.8 Million?
Kaslo Poplars May Be The First Impacted Notre Dame Regional Secondary School announced today that work is about to begin on McCarthy Stadium. In an emailed statement, the school says work crews will arrive this coming week (8 June), with "City approved tree work forming part of the initial stages of work to be addressed … Continue reading McCarthy Stadium Work Begins
Ottawa & Toronto Hold Lessons for Our Neighbourhood Sports facilities at two Ontario schools should raise red flags for Notre Dame’s neighbours and Vancouver City Council. Residents who live near these facilities are complaining of high levels of noise and increased traffic and of once peaceful neighbourhoods becoming unpleasant places to live. There have been … Continue reading School Fields Fuel Conflict in Ontario
The Vancouver Development Permit Board will decide on Notre Dame's McCarthy Stadium on June 10, 2019.
Georgia Straight reporter Carlito Pablo has written about McCarthy Stadium in a piece titled "East Vancouver residents hit “flawed” city hall process for proposed Notre Dame school stadium." You can read it here. We're looking forward to reading more, as the Straight was not able to get any information from the City or the school: … Continue reading Notre Dame Story In Straight
A 2006 letter from a key City of Vancouver staff member proves that bleachers were never part of Notre Dame’s original permit. It also confirms that building McCarthy Stadium must involve a completely new permit application. The letter, written by then Project Facilitator, Scott Barker, was recently discovered in a file folder when a local … Continue reading No Bleachers at Notre Dame: City Letter 2006
New Traffic Study Announced! We just received an “auto-response” email from the City of Vancouver’s Andrew Wroblewski. He’s the project facilitator for the Notre Dame Open House. We wrote to ask him when the Open House might happen. It turns out it’s postponed until sometime in April. One reason for the delay is that the … Continue reading Open House Postponed