Winter 2021 Community Update

As the winter approaches, I want to take the time to share a final community update for 2021 and reflect on this past year. 

We’ve seen great progress in City infrastructure projects in our community. This includes 1.2km out of the full 2km of Montreal Road now complete. Starting December 19th, one lane will reopen in each direction and bus #15 will come back to Montreal Road.  

We’ve also celebrated the reopening of Riverain Park, with a new splash pad, horseshoe pits, play structure, tennis, basketball, and pickleball courts. Want to learn more about the second phase of improvements at Riverain ? You can read more in our complete update (link below).

Recently, we were also joined by the Governor General in renaming the Sandy Hill Park after local Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook. 

During the City’s 2022 budget consultation period, we turned our efforts into prioritizing thoughtful investments in housing, transit, social services and more. We want to see more focused investments from the City in these key areas. 

To get into the holiday spirit, we invite you to check out some of the activities starting this week, at holiday markets in our community as well as the annual Snowflake Breakfast in support of Partage Vanier.

To see the original email blast visit: https://mailchi.mp/ottawa/community-update-winter-2021-infolettre-hiver-2021-4402321

For more, including updates on the Covid-19 situation, check out the latest posts on my website here: www.mathieufleury.ca/news

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