On May 30th, I coordinated a public information session with Chalk River Laboratories specialists to inform citizens about the project activities taking place at their facilities. Due to misinformation or a lack of information, citizens are worried about the dangers that the [...]
We must improve public transit, but it must respond to needs of actual and projected ridership – without removing existing car lanes (which 2/3 motorists will always use), it cannot damage heritage areas and buildings, and it must fall within our financial means given [...]
This year I have been working to maintain the closure of a section of Robert-Stewart Road between Jockey Street and Denise-Pelletier Street for the long term. This section of Robert-Stewart Street has already been closed for several years. This green space is a safe corridor [...]
The Spring of 2019 brought river levels even higher than in 2017. Damage claims are still being processed by the provincial government and the city is working on plans for how to protect each Gatineau neighbourhood in the event of future floods. To promote more rigorous [...]
Speed reduction measures continue to be an expensive burden – there’s a minority of drivers that do not respect our rules and it creates costs, anxiety and accidents. We continue to implement measures such as lowering limits, installing speed bumps, narrowing road spaces, [...]
The Gatineau-Ottawa area serves as a drainage point for a huge watershed that stretches all the way to Timiskaming. Due to this, our river valley is at risk for flooding and high water tables. After a busy past weeks and months, the City is helping to coordinate citizens’ [...]
WHEREAS this section of Robert-Stewart Street has already been closed for several years : WHEREAS Rivermead Road, already built and with few residences, provides a sufficient nearby north-south corridor...
As I have said many times, I am strongly opposed to a tramway project on Alexandre-Taché and Aylmer Road. Here are some of the reasons: