Minto Communities commemorates former Ottawa Justice of the Peace with honorary street naming in Quinn’s Pointe community

August 28, 2019 – Former Ottawa Justice of the Peace, Lynn Coulter, was honoured at a street naming ceremony in Minto Communities’ Quinn’s Pointe neighbourhood on Tuesday, August 27 in recognition of her contribution to Barrhaven and the City of Ottawa over the past 40 years. Coulter was joined by honoured guests including the City of Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson, local Councillor Jan Harder, retired Nepean Police Deputy Chief Devon Fermoyle, Member of Provincial Parliament Lisa MacLeod, Minto Communities’ Hugo Lalonde, nominator Darrell Bartraw, and her family for the unveiling of Lynn Coulter Street that will welcome new homeowners in early 2021.

Mayor Jim Watson, local Councillor Jan Harder, retired Nepean Police Deputy Chief Devon Fermoyle, Member of Provincial Parliament Lisa MacLeod, Minto Communities’ Hugo Lalonde, nominator Darrell Bartraw with former Justice of the Peace, Lynn Coulter and her family.

Mayor Jim Watson, local Councillor Jan Harder, retired Nepean Police Deputy Chief Devon Fermoyle, Member of Provincial Parliament Lisa MacLeod, Minto Communities’ Hugo Lalonde, nominator Darrell Bartraw with former Justice of the Peace, Lynn Coulter and her family. 

“Lynn Coulter’s commitment to strengthening the fabric of this community is admirable,” said Brent Strachan, Division President, Minto Communities Ottawa. “Playing an integral role in the development of this area since the 1970s, we’re proud of this opportunity to recognize the steadfast resolve and dedication of this highly esteemed member of the community.” 

Located in Quinn’s Pointe phase three, Lynn Coulter Street is as an extension of Robin Easey Street. It is the fourth commemorative street name in the Quinn’s Pointe community with Alex Polowin Avenue, Ralph Erfle Street and Robin Easey Street preceding this most recent honour. 

Connecting 483 established homes in Quinn’s Pointe phase one, Minto Communities is building on its legacy in the area with 1,100 single family homes and townhomes planned over the next three phases. Attractive to new and growing families alike, the community boasts natural green space, parks, walking paths and the Minto Recreation Complex within close proximity. 

Sworn in as a Justice of the Peace on February 26, 1959, Her Worship Lynn Coulter retired as East Region’s Regional Senior Justice of the Peace. Responsible for hearing cases and training fellow Justices of the Peace, Coulter is recognized for her knowledge of the law and is a well-respected former Justice of the Peace in the Provincial Courts of Ontario.

Visit minto.com to learn more about the Quinn’s Pointe community. 

About Minto Communities Canada

Minto Communities Canada, a division of the Minto Group established in 1955, is one of the premier real estate companies in Canada with a fully integrated real estate investment, development and management platform. Minto Communities has built more than 85,000 new homes, and is well recognized by the Canadian real estate industry as four-time winner of Building Industry and Land Development Association’s Green Builder of the Year, four-time winner of EnerQuality’s Ontario Green Builder of the Year award and two-time winner of the Ontario Home Builder Association’s Home Builder of the Year award. The company was recently named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2019.

For further information please contact:
Anne Murphy
Senior Communications Manager
Minto Group
Tel: 613.782.2328
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