Reimagining the LeBreton Flats Park District

Students were invited to propose innovative planning and design ideas for the LeBreton Flats Parks District. The challenge aimed to bring fresh design perspectives to this unique area, building upon its importance to the Algonquin people, historical significance and future potential.

The jury is in, and the winning design ideas are…

  • First place – Queen's University
  • Second place – Laurentian University's McEwen School of Architecture
  • Honourable mention – Most thought provoking: University of British Columbia

11 schools from across Canada participated in this year’s challenge and we received proposals from 24 teams. The jury has finished deliberating and it’s time to see their designs, which are at once thought-provoking and ingenuous, connected, convivial and inclusive.

Join us for the unveiling of the winning student ideas for the LeBreton Flats Park District in the National Capital Region.


May 23, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm


NCC Urbanism Lab
40 Elgin Street, room 202, Ottawa, Ontario

Meet the jury

A jury of interdisciplinary planning, urbanism, landscape architecture, design and site management professionals reviewed the submissions and selected the competition winners:

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