Don't Pave Our Park!

The MPCA would like to thank all who attended the meeting on Monday October 7th at Manor Park School to discuss the proposed changes to the school playing field. It was wonderful to see such broad support for an important community hub from residents, parents, our neighbouring communities in Cardinal Glen, Vanier, Overbrook, and Rockcliffe, and Councillor King.

The OCDSB received clear feedback that Manor Park cares about the school and its greenspace and is willing and eager to work to develop appropriate solutions that work for the school and the community and keep students safe.

Jurgen Hoth prepared an excellent photo essay of the event which captures the spirit of the event – thank you to Jurgen for his work.

Watch this space for further updates.

Edible Trees at Rock the Block

The MPCA was present at the MPCC’s excellent Rock the Block event this year with a big thank-you display for the Edible Trees initiative. Metro, Farm Boy, and Orleans Orchard generously donated items for the display. Environment Chair Sheilagh McLean will be tracking the performance of the trees and assisting any tree recipients with questions.

MPCA at Rock the Block 2019

MPCA visitors sample apple juice next to Edible Trees board

MPCA with Tree Canada and FedEx display


September/October Manor Park Chronicle

The latest version of the Chronicle has been printed and will be delivered by this weekend. The current paper and all previous versions are available through our archive.

This issue contains an important article about proposed changes to the greenspace around Manor Park Public School. Click here to read the article or browse it in the paper using the link above.

Let's Solve Cross River Congestion

John Forsey, the chair of the MPCA’s transportation and safety committee, has written an article for the upcoming September Manor Park Chronicle about solving the cross-river congestion problem. A longer version of the Chronicle article with additional information can be viewed here.

Manor Park Edible Trees

On June 8th, 2019 the MPCA with generous support from Tree Canada and FedEx helped to deliver and plant edible trees throughout Manor Park at private residences and the Yule Manor Co-op. Tree Canada provided staff who brought expertise in tree planting and care, and FedEx staff provided delivery and planting help. Sheilagh McLean of the MPCA was the co-ordinator and she will be following up to ensure that recipients understand how to care for their tree during this first year.

There will be a celebration of the event which will be held during Manor Park Rock the Block on September 8th. Photos of the event can be viewed by clicking here.

MPCA Annual General Meeting

The MPCA’s Annual General Meeting was held on Wednesday May 29, 2019 at the Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre, 1805 De Gaspé Ave. Materials from the AGM are linked below:

Manor Park Chronicle

MP Community Council website

Community resources

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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