Ward 13 Candidate Interviews

The Community Association Presidents from Manor Park, New Edinburgh, Lindenlea, Overbrook, Rockcliffe Park and Cardinal Glen met with declared candidates as of February 14 in the by-election for the Councillor for Rideau – Rockcliffe Ward.

The purpose of the February 15 interviews was help our residents understand who the candidates are, what drives them to run, and what skills they bring to the table. There is no intent to endorse or support any of the candidates. Rather, the intent is to provide information to our Association residents so they can make more informed choices among the candidates.

Candidates were given five identical questions one hour before their allotted interview time. Each could answer any or all of the questions in any order they chose, and to the depth they deemed appropriate. What follows is a summation of each candidate’s answers. The order of interviews and answers is based on when they registered with the City and does not indicate a rating.

Manor Park Chronicle

MP Community Council website

Community resources

Neighbourhood News

[March 1, 2019] L’amélioration de la Sécurité Routiére /Road Safety Improvement

La ville d’Ottawa cherche à connaître l’opinion des résidents à propos de la sécurité routière, et plus précisement ce qu’ils pensent être les questions les plus importantes. Le sondage (en lien çi dessous) ne vous demandera que 10 minutes et sera disponible jusqu’au 19 mars 2019 ici: https://ottawa.ca/en/city-hall/public-engagement/projects/road-safety-action-plan.

MPCA milite activement pour l’amélioration de la sécurité routiére et incite ses résidents à participer à l’enquête afin de faire connaître leur point de vue.

The City of Ottawa is seeking the insight and opinions of residents concerning road safety, and specifically what citizens believe are the most important issues.The survey will  take approximately 10 minutes and will be available until March 19, 2019 at https://ottawa.ca/en/city-hall/public-engagement/projects/road-safety-action-plan.

The MPCA is active in advocating for safety improvements on or roads and urges residents to take the survey and make their views known.

[January 8, 2019] The January edition of the Manor Park Chronicle is posted.

[December 18, 2018] The MPCA is planning an edible trees initiative – for more information and to apply, click here. The deadline for applications is February 5, 2019.

[December 13, 2018] We’ve posted an updated map of Manor Park that reflects the boundaries as defined by the MPCA in consultation with the city and neighbouring community associations. Accurate boundaries are critical to ensure resources including funding are properly allocated. Check it out here – it’s bigger than you think!

[December 5, 2018] The mayor has announced the new City council will focus on poverty and homelessness. For more information please see this CBC article.

MPCA Mission

The MPCA’s mission is to create a healthy, inclusive and safe environment in which to work and live by giving a voice to all Manor Park Community Members. We partner with our sister organizations in Manor Park, governments, East End Community Associations and other organizations.

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