The NCC will be naming the Ottawa River South Shore Riverfront Park that bounds the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway, and we welcome your ideas by October 23, 2018.
The Ottawa River South Shore Riverfront Park Plan creates a continuous riverfront park that contributes to environmental sustainability, is attractive and resilient, and enhances the recreational experience.
Based on extensive consultations with local residents, Indigenous communities and stakeholders, the plan will connect communities to the nine kilometres of riverfront lands between LeBreton Flats and Mud Lake Conservation Area.
The plan was approved by the NCC Board of Directors in June 2018.
The development of the park plan has been informed by Indigenous communities, and by input from stakeholders and the public, via the following workshops and public consultations: