$3.4-million repairs to NCC flood-damaged paths won't begin until fall - Ottawa - CBC News

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By Kimberley Molina, CBC News Ottawa, July 29, 2017

Construction isn't expected to begin until the fall on the downtown recreation paths closed from flooding. The National Capital Commission said requests for tenders for the projects are going out soon.

The price tag is $3.4 million for the flood-related clean up, which includes repairs to the Ottawa River pathway, Lac-des-Fées pathway, the Voyageurs pathways, the Champlain Bridge parking lot, and the electrical system for Leamy Lake's facilities – although the park and beach remain open.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/national-capital-commission-pathways-ottawa-river-cleanup-1.4226499