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Capital Ward Bulletin: Spring 2022 Community Update

Upcoming Consultations

In the coming weeks, our office will be hosting a number of public consultations. Please consider this an invitation to participate in any that interest you:

Clover Street Contraflow Lane, Wednesday April 20: We will be holding an online consultation on a proposed contraflow bicycle lane on Clover Street.

Town Hall on Developer Influence, Thursday April 28: Join us for a virtual town hall on developer influence in Ottawa, moderated by Laine Johnson, and featuring Somerset Ward Councillor Catherine McKenney and Horizon Ottawa member Chris Lee.

Bronson Avenue Re-Design Consultation, Wednesday May 4: We will be discussing how residents would like to see Bronson Avenue re-designed, when it comes up for re-construciton in a few years.

Older Adult Forum, Thursday May 19: As the community ages, we need to ensure that our city is built for older residents. Join us to talk about how the city can meet the needs of older adults.

A list of all upcoming consultations can be found on our Events page.

Queensway Midtown Bridge Replacement Update—April 2022

The Ministry of Transportation has offered us an update on the upcoming work taking place in 2022 as part of the Midtown Bridge Replacement project that started last year. Below is an overview of the expected construction work, highway lane and ramp closures, and city street impacts. You may find more information on the project website at http://417midtown.ca

Capital Ward Bulletin: Things to do in Capital Ward this March

Thank You to Our Outdoor Rink Volunteers!

It’s been a challenging winter, but through all the stress of the pandemic and the occupation, it has been great to have access to outdoor activity spaces, especially our local outdoor rinks. I want to say a big Thank You! to all the volunteers who spend hours maintaining these rinks for us. You make winter much more fun.

I’d like to make special mention of the Brewer Oval, maintained by volunteer Mike Rivet. Two of our recent Olympians—Isabelle Weidemann and Ivanie Blondin—trained on that oval. Congrats to all!

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