Category: Closures

Closure of the Queen Elizabeth Driveway, December 16

The Queen Elizabeth Driveway, from Laurier Avenue to Preston Street, will be closed for a special event.

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Do not venture onto the Rideau Canal ice surface

The public is asked to remain off the Rideau Canal surface, as the ice is dangerously thin.

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Watts Creek Pathway closed from Corkstown to the Greenbelt Pathway West, December 11 to 22

The Watts Creek pathway from Corkstown to the Greenbelt Pathway West will be closed effective December 11 to December 22.

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Multiple closures in Gatineau Park following the recent heavy rainfall

Last update: November 17, 2017 - The rehabilitation of Gatineau Park's trail system and infrastructure is almost complete. The following sites, however, remain closed:

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Gatineau Park parkway network to close to motorists

The NCC's Gatineau Park parkway network (Gatineau, Champlain, and Fortune Lake parkways) will close gradually to motorists for the season on Sunday, October 22, 2017, as of 5 pm. We ask cyclists, roller skaters and pedestrians to exercise caution.

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Section of Leamy Lake pathway closed until fall 2018

The Leamy Lake pathway section between Fournier Boulevard and Leamy Lake will be closed due to construction work until fall 2018.

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Section closures of #10 trail in Shirleys Bay

2 sections of the #10 trail in Shirleys Bay (Greenbelt West side), located between Davidson’s Side Road and the Trailhead at the P2 parking lot on Carling Avenue, are closed.

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Repairs to pathways and shoreline damaged by flooding

Last update: July 26, 2017 - The NCC will begin major work on its multi-use recreational pathways and shoreline assets that were significantly damaged by the recent flooding.

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Recent rising water levels caused flooding on pathways

We wish to advise pedestrians and cyclists to exercise caution along some sections of the Capital Pathway network as the recent rising water levels caused flooding and closed many sections of pathways.

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