Community Update by your City Councillor Mathieu Fleury
You may have seen a sign announcing a new development proposed at St-Charles Church at 135 Barrette.
Come and check out how I voted in previous council meeting.
The Lowertown Community Association, the Public Art Program and I invite you to the Bingham Park Community Celebration, Saturday June 4.
We are very lucky to have many beautiful parks in Vanier, and in the coming months two of them are set to be revitalized.
The Sports Services department at the University of Ottawa is giving a gift to our community: they are covering the costs of the registration fees for 40 youths to participate in a weeklong Gee-Gees camp this summer!
As a member of Ottawa City Council and the Ottawa Board of Health, I applaud the work of the province to standardize the approach to public smoking through the modernization of legislation.
I am pleased to announce that today Council passed a motion in favour of stricter regulations for payday loan businesses.
Councillor Fleury introduced a motion today seeking to create additional requirements for Payday Loan establishments in the City of Ottawa.
The success of the Town and Gown committee has created opportunities to facilitate dialogue and collaboration amongst the residents and students in Sandy Hill.