Q2 - Will you commit to no more extensions of the urban boundary, and support building more 15-minute neighborhoods throughout the City of Ottawa, not just in the urban core?

Glen Gower

Yes. Council's decision on urban boundary expansion from last fall gives us enough land for anticipated housing supply in the coming years; no further expansion is required. Our policies, design, and investment should be focused on ensuring that all future and existing neighbourhoods evolve to become 15-minute walkable communities.

Mathew Duchesne

Yes. At some point the city will keep expanding past its urban boundary and it’s not as clear as a yes no. I 100% support the mixed used neighbourhood and 15 min walk but we have to mandate new communities to be built with this model.

Kevin Hua

Yes. Ensuring services and amenities are nearby in convenient 15-minute neighbourhoods that are built with safe and accessible active transportation infrastructure will help to reverse car-dependency in Ottawa and Stittsville by promoting and empowering residents to walk, bike, or take public transit through their daily routines in making errands, and accessing services. It is especially important to ensuring there are no service deserts in our community that leave residents stranded from important services and amenities and making the life of residents more convenient and accessible.

Tanya Hein

Did not participate. 

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