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NCC looks to public to name new riverfront park

Your suggestions have to be sent to the NCC by Thursday, Oct. 18. Then, a 13-member committee will whittle the list down to three suggestions that will be submitted to the NCC's Board of Directors for approval.
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The National Capital Commission is looking for your help naming a new park along the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway. 

The park is a nine kilometre stretch of Ottawa riverfront green space between LeBreton Flats and Mud Lake. 

The NCC says the name should be inspired by a national figure who contributed to the building of Canada, an aspect of our culture like an event which has historical or cultural significance, or a local person who has contributed to Ottawa in a major way.  

Your suggestions have to be sent to the NCC by Thursday, Oct. 18. Then, a 13-member committee will whittle the list down to three suggestions that will be submitted to the NCC's Board of Directors for approval.

Click here to submit your suggestions. 

 




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