Confederation Heights: Next Steps

Canada Lands Company and Public Services and Procurement Canada have been working hard on the next steps of the Confederation Heights master planning process. Here’s what we’ve been up to:

We’ve created our Public Advisory Committee.

We received many excellent submissions last fall to participate in our Public Advisory Committee — thank you to everyone and every organization that applied!

We are pleased to advise that we’ve completed our selection process for our Public Advisory Committee. The group includes diverse members with a range of knowledge and expertise. We look forward to working with them and benefitting from their perspectives as we move forward toward a new vision for Confederation Heights. Scroll to the bottom of this post to see the PAC Members List.

Our As We Heard It report is now available.

Our first As We Heard It report is now available in the Resource Library.

The report is a summary of all the feedback and input we’ve received so far from you and other stakeholders.

Your comments will help us develop a vision and guiding principles for the site, and shape the emerging ideas for the master plan.

We’ve set dates for our next public meeting.

We're getting ready for our next public event, which will be a workshop. So, get ready to roll up your sleeves! During this workshop, we'll present our vision and guiding principles for this site, and we'll be asking for your feedback on emerging ideas we’ve been working on.

We’ll be hosting two bilingual sessions and the same information will be shared at both meetings.

You will be able to register for the workshop here. We'll send you a note when registration opens. To allow as many people as possible to participate, please register for one session only. Space will be limited, so be sure to register early. If you can’t make either workshop, not to worry – you’ll have the opportunity to participate online.

In the meantime...

Read about the goals of the Confederation Heights Master Plan.

View our public meeting materials from our first meeting in November 2021.

Discover the history and how the site has evolved.

Learn about the project timeline and next steps.

Tell us your story about the site and how you foresee the future of Confederation Heights evolving over the coming decades.

Subscribe to our newsletter so that we can notify you when registration opens! We look forward to seeing you soon!

Confederation Heights Master Plan Team

PAC Members List

Name Title Affiliation

Riley Brockington


Ward 16 - River

Shawn Menard


Ward 17 - Capital

Kate Cathrae


Riverside Park Community Association (Ward 16)

Linda Gama-Pinto


Heron Park Community Association (Ward 17)

Michele Brenning

Chair, Health Issues Committee

The Council on Aging of Ottawa

Jerry Fiori

Ottawa Disability Coalition

Volunteer Chair

Dave Robertson Bike Ottawa

Connor Renouf

Community Representative

Pat Buckley

Community Representative

Robert Lendvai

Community Representative

Xavier Bradbury-Jost

Student in Urban & Regional Planning

Community Representative

Michel Haddad

Community Representative

Sheila Jamieson

Community Representative

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