Glen Cairn is a neighbourhood in Kanata South Ward in the west end of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is also the name of a public school in the area. Prior to amalgamation in 2001, it was located in the City of Kanata. It is located in South Kanata, about 22 km (14 mi) west of Downtown Ottawa. It was one of the original neighbourhoods in Kanata. The community was built in the 1960s. As of the Canada 2011 Census, there were 9,406 people living in Glen Cairn.
Glen Cairn Wikipedia
Glen Cairn is located north of the Trans-Canada Trail, south of Hazeldean Road, west of Eagleson Road, and east of Terry Fox Drive.
Castlefrank Road is the principle arterial road travelling through the community. Other main roads include Abbeyhill Drive, Winchester Drive, and Rothesay Drive.
Glen Cairn is home to one of Kanata's oldest high schools, [[A. Y. Jackson Secondary School (Ottawa, Ontario) and is the only public high school in Kanata South. Elementary Schools in Glen Cairn include Glen Cairn Public School, John Young Public School, and St. Martin de Porres Catholic School. An outdoor swimming pool, Jack Charron Arena, Glen Cairn Tennis Courts, the Hazeldean Mall, and the Ottawa Public Library's Hazeldean branch are also located in the neighbourhood. The community churches include Holy Redeemer Catholic, Glen Cairn United, and the Kanata Community Christian Reform. The Jack Charron Arena also houses the Kanata Sports Club; the Kanata Hazeldean Lions Club building is located on Castlefrank Road.
OC Transpo is the provider of public service in the community. Express route 62 provides peak period service downtown. Route 161 and route 164 provide direct access to Kanata Centrum at Terry Fox Station (route 161 during the day on weekdays; route 164 during evenings and on weekends). Route 96 and route 118 are available on nearby Hazeldean Road.Allan Hubley - councillor of Kanata South