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.
The Vanier Parkway is getting a much needed new sidewalk connection. The new sidewalks will be approximately 184 metres west and 138 metres east of Meilleur Private on the southern side of the Vanier Parkway.
On March 9th we held a public Open House regarding the proposed functional design for Montreal Road.
McArthur Avenue is a main street in Vanier. It has two schools (Robert E. Wilson and Horizon Jeunesse), the Boys and Girls Club and multiple community centres.
We held Open House #2 for the Lowertown East Traffic Study on March 1st.
Recently, we have heard concerns from some residents regarding off-leash dogs around Cathcart Park.