By CBC News Ottawa, June 22, 2018
The National Capital Commission has approved plans for the Ottawa River South Shore Riverfront Park, an expansive corridor spanning more than 200 hectares of riverfront land between Mud Lake and LeBreton Flats.
The NCC has stewardship over the entire nine-kilometer stretch, which includes three sets of rapids, the Trans Canada Trail and multi-use pathways along both sides of the Sir John A. Macdonald Parkway.
Highlights from the plan include:
- Improved recreational opportunities along the shoreline.