Refugee 613, in partnership with the Coalition in Ottawa for Refugees will be presenting at a joint Rideau-Vanier/Rideau-Rockcliffe neighbourhood workshop on the basics of refugee sponsorship.
Today Ottawa 2017 along with Mayor Jim Watson, Councillor Jean Cloutier and I announced that CIBC will be the lead partner as the city hosts a year of celebrations to mark Canada’s 150th birthday.
Residents of Stewart Street are being asked for their opinions on the upcoming greening of Stewart Street between King Edward Avenue and Friel Street.
I am happy to officially announce that the new pedestrian bridge over the Rideau River between Somerset and Donald streets opened to the public two seasons ahead of schedule on December 4th, 2015.
With the New Year quickly approaching, I thought that this community update in Perspectives Vanier would be a wonderful opportunity to provide you with a summary of all the efforts and hard work that my team has undertaken this year.
In early October, I had the opportunity to meet with residents in my community to discuss the City budget at the 2016 Budget Speak consultation.
After months of hard work and many community inquiries, I am happy to officially announce that the new pedestrian bridge over the Rideau River between Somerset and Donald streets will open to the public two seasons ahead of schedule on December 4th at 1 pm.
Have you noticed the newest art addition to Lowertown?
On October 7th, our office, in collaboration with the urban Councillors and Citizens Academy, hosted Budget Speak, an innovative community workshop on the City of Ottawa 2016 budget priorities.
The city inducted 14 of Ottawa’s most outstanding residents into the Order of Ottawa during a ceremony last week at Ottawa City Hall.