Statement by Ottawa City Councillor Mathieu Fleury in response to the Salvation Army’s proposal to establish their emergency shelter at 333 Montreal Rd in Vanier June 22, 2017. Ottawa, ON. “I am deeply concerned with the Salvation Army’s proposal to establish a new facility at 333 Montreal Road in Vanier. While we’ve worked together constructively … Continued
Ottawa – Statement from Mona Fortier, Member of Parliament, Ottawa-Vanier, Nathalie DesRosiers, Member of Provincial Parliament, Ottawa-Vanier, and Mathieu Fleury, Ottawa City Councillor (Rideau-Vanier). Today the Salvation Army announced its intention to relocate its present facility at 171 George St. to a newly built modern facility at 333 Montreal Rd. As elected officials from all … Continued
On June 27, come out and welcome our neighborhood’s newest maple grove! Our sesquicentennial anniversary creates an incredible opportunity for special legacy projects. One of these special ventures is to plant 150 native Canadian maple trees in each of Ottawa’s 23 wards. The trees are sugar, red, and silver maples, and are about 5-7 feet … Continued
Improving transit network connections in our community has been our long-standing priority. Over the last several months, OC Transpo staff has been developing strategies to optimize the local network for transit users, more specifically those who live in our community, east of the Rideau River. On June 6th we hosted the third of a series … Continued
All transit users are invited to a discussion with OC Transpo about transit services including changes to the bus routes East of the Rideau River that will come in preparation for the opening of the O-Train Confederation Line. If you want to register, click here.
With school coming to an end in a few weeks, the time for summer camps registrations has come. Since 2012, the University of Ottawa offers summer camps to children and youth. The Gee-Gees unique camps give them the opportunity to participate in a variety of sports and activities. Each camp is specialized by sport, which is … Continued
Community Update by your City Councillor Mathieu Fleury
The new Municipal Services Corporation (MSC), managing the ByWard and Parkdale Markets, is seeking nine experienced, energetic and dynamic leaders to sit on the inaugural Board of Directors.
On April 2nd, my team and I participated, as we do every year, in the Sugar Festival at Richelieu Park. The festival is a must attend annual event, which takes place all month long.
As part of the Heritage Inventory Project, staff has identified several properties in Sandy Hill and Lowertown as contributing to Ottawa’s heritage and will recommend that these properties are added to the City’s Heritage Register under Section 27 (1.2) of the Ontario Heritage Act.