Tuesday, September 02, 2014
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Naming 'Foot Guards Park' with members of the Governor General's Foot Guards and Mayor Watson.
The Governor General's Foot Guards descended on Barrhaven for the opening of Foot Guards Park
Celebrating the official naming of 'Gus Este Park' in Barrhaven after local Korean War Veteran and volunteer Gus Este
Thanks to the Xicheng District of Beijing and the Embassy of the People's Republic of China for the donation of two stone guardian lions to Water Dragon Park in Barrhaven.
Doors Open Ottawa Launch, May 28, 2013
At the announcement of Accessibility Funding for Fred Barrett Arena to ensure that all residents can have access to this community recreation facility.
With actor Adam Beech and Mayor Watson on the set of 'Crook' being filled in Ward 22.
With Governor General David Johnston celebrating the Official Opening of Diamond Jubilee Park in Findlay Creek
Laying a wreath at Brian Good Avenue in Riverside South in recognition of Trooper Good's sacrifice
Being presented by Mayor Watson with a City of Ottawa population sign reflecting the arrival of my twins!
Raising the flag of India at City Hall with India High Commissioner S.M. Gavai in honour of the Independence Day of India
With Mayor Watson presenting U.S. Ambassador David Jacobson and his family with a commemorative framed photo in honour of American Independence Day
Honoured to present a plaque commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the opening of the Chateau Laurier to Mr. Claude Sauve, the famous hotel's General Manager.
With Max Keeping at the Giant Tiger Bells Corners fundraiser for the Children's Wish Foundation
Helping out at McHappy Day at McDonalds on Fallowfield Road in Barrhaven
Signing the Olympic Flag with students from Ecole elementaire Jean-Robert-Gauthier.
With Mayor Watson trying out some of the equipment on display at the Ottawa Light Rail Transit (OLRT) Trade Show.
Dropping the puck with Mayor Watson at the Hockey Day in Canada celebrations in Riverside South.
At the 'Hail to the Chief' Charity Fundraiser in support of Project s.t.e.p. and in recognition of Chief White's service to our community.
At the groundbreaking of the new Carsons Road Development. This project will provide 26 new residential units for families in need through OCH.
Mayor Jim Watson and Deputy Mayor Steve Desroches with Giordano from St. Jerome Elementary School, winner of the annual Christmas Card contest for 2011.
With Bob Hodgins, Smart about Salt; Tony DiGiovanni, Landscape Ontario; and Dean Karakasis, BOMA after a successful Smart About Salt Summit.
Grand Opening of the new Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence.
Cutting the ribbon at the Grand Opening of the new Future Shop location in Barrhaven
At the official opening of Limebank Road, no longer one of Ontario's Worst Roads.
Home Based Business Guide Hits the Shelves
Honoured to meet Astronault Steve MacLean
At the new Ottawa Convention Centre
Celebrating the start of constructon on the Southwest Transitway
Announcing the upgrades to Earl Armstrong Road
  • CBC Interview - Friday, August 29th, 2014 CBC Interview - Friday, August 29th, 2014
    It was an honour to be on CBC this past week to discuss my experiences as a City Councillor and to give advise to those who are running for election. To listen to the entire interview, click here.  It also includes interviews with some new candidates, as well as Councillors Rainer Bloess and Peter Hume.  
    Written on Saturday, 30 August 2014 13:41 in Latest
  • City honours Freedom of City Recipients City honours Freedom of City Recipients
    Ottawa – It was my honour to join Mayor Jim Watson on Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 as he hosted the commanding officers and representatives of the 17 military units, and the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps “Falkland”, who have been granted Freedom of the City at a special ceremony at City Council.  As part of the ceremony, a unique, commemorative…
    Written on Thursday, 28 August 2014 12:50 in Latest
  • Labour Day schedule changes
    Please be advised of the following schedule changes on Labour Day, Monday, September 1.  Client services: Ottawa City Hall and all seven Client Service Centres, including the Government Service Centre located at 110 Laurier Avenue West, will be closed. Business will resume as usual on Tuesday, September 2. The City’s Provincial Offences Court, located at 100 Constellation Crescent, will also…
    Written on Thursday, 28 August 2014 11:07 in News
  • O-Train temporarily replaced by Route 107 over Labour Day weekend O-Train temporarily replaced by Route 107 over Labour Day weekend
    Please be advised that O-Train service will be replaced by bus Route 107 on Saturday, August 30, Sunday, August 31, and Monday, September 1, in order to complete signal work necessary for the O-Train Expansion Project. This work is an important part of the expansion project which is required to build and maintain a safe rail service for customers.  …
    Written on Thursday, 28 August 2014 10:59 in News
  • Fall 2014 OC Transpo Service Improvements for Ward 22 Fall 2014 OC Transpo Service Improvements for Ward 22
      I am pleased to share with you the OC Transpo service improvements coming this fall for residents in Ward 22. Residents will be happy to see that the frequency of service will be increased by adding trips to Routes 94, 99 and 144 as part of OC Transpo’s fall service improvements.  The improvements are being made in order to…
    Written on Wednesday, 27 August 2014 14:50 in Latest
  • Culvert replacement on Prince of Wales Drive Culvert replacement on Prince of Wales Drive
    I would like to advise residents that beginning in late August/early September 2014, the City of Ottawa will begin construction work along Prince of Wales adjacent to your neighbourhood.  This work is being conducted as part of a bridge culvert renewal on Prince of Wales located approximately 500m north of Crestway Drive just west of Winding Way.   WHO:       The…
    Written on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 08:36 in Latest
    I am pleased to report that the eroded shoreline of the Jock River Landing public canoe / kayak launch and picnic area is about to be restored. This popular, high profile park at the confluence of the Jock and Rideau Rivers south of urban Ottawa is showing signs of wear, erosion and degraded fish habitat. The Rideau Valley Conservation Authority,…
    Written on Friday, 22 August 2014 09:26 in Latest

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