The City is now cautiously reopening and resuming some programs and services with safety being the top priority. The phased reopening plan prioritizes programs and services that promote a safe and strategic expansion of Ottawa’s economy, with ongoing support for Ottawa’s vulnerable communities. It also focuses on the ability to be flexible based on health advice and a potentially changing environment.
To advance anti-racism and race relations initiatives, Council appointed Rideau-Rockcliffe Councillor Rawlson King as the Council Liaison for Anti-Racism and Ethnocultural Relations Initiatives.
On June 2, the Finance Committee recommended City Council appoint Councillor King as the Council Liaison for Anti-Racism and Ethnocultural Relations Initiatives.
Ontario to collect race-based and socioeconomic data on COVID-19 after advocacy by community groups, health experts and Councillor Rawlson King.
Proposed Multi-use Pathway for Stanley Avenue "missing link".