• Millennium Park
  • LRT
  • HWY 174
  • I Stop You Stop
  • Smoking

Blais Delivers Major Cycling & Pedestrian Project

Written by Stephen Blais on Wednesday, May 27, 2015. Posted in Latest News, News

Trans Orléans Cycling and Pedestrian Pathway Included in Council Priorities

Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce that a major commitment, the Trans Orléans Cycling and Pedestrian Pathway, has been included in the City of Ottawa’s strategic initiatives for this term of council.

“The Trans Orléans Cycling and Pedestrian Pathway is the most important pedestrian and cycling project for Orléans and Cumberland residents,” says Councillor Blais. “The Trans Orléans Cycling and Pedestrian Pathway will complement the millions of dollars invested to build new parks and recreational facilities in Orléans by connecting the community with a completely segregated and safe corridor for residents to cycle, jog, walk, rollerblade and cross country ski.”

Blais Delivers on Environmental Stewardship Pledge

Written by Stephen Blais on Wednesday, May 27, 2015. Posted in Latest News, News

Blais Delivers on Environmental Stewardship Pledge
New trees being planted across Cumberland Ward

Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to deliver on another commitment by securing additional tree planting in Orléans and throughout Cumberland Ward. This includes tree planting in parks, at City facilities, and along streets.

“I’m proud to continue to deliver on my commitment on improving the natural environment in Orléans and Cumberland,” says Councillor Blais. “With suburban lots sizes decreasing, trees continue to bring some privacy and fresh air into our everyday lives,” adds Blais.

Blais Pushes for Road Safety and Resurfacing

Written by Stephen Blais on Tuesday, May 05, 2015. Posted in Latest News, News

Blais Pushes for Road Safety and Resurfacing
Treacherous east end roadways to be improved with $3.2M investment

Cumberland City Councillor Stephen Blais is proud to announce the upgrade of several highly used roads in the east end.

“There are some very dangerous sections of roadway that many of our neighbours use on a daily basis in Orléans and the east end,” says Councillor Blais. “I’ve pushed hard for these improvements to help prevent accidents and possibly save someone’s life.”

High Friction Asphalt will replace the standard and deteriorating asphalt along the very sharp “S” curve on Innes road, east of Frank Kenny, and on the dangerous curves on Renaud Road east of Anderson.

BLAIS CALLS FOR HYDRO FAIRNESS

Written by Stephen Blais on Sunday, April 19, 2015. Posted in Latest News, News

BLAIS CALLS FOR HYDRO FAIRNESS
Cumberland Councillor wants One City–One Hydro

Cumberland Councillor Stephen Blais is calling on the province of Ontario to allow Hydro Ottawa to purchase Hydro One customers who fall within the boundaries of the City of Ottawa.

“This is about fairness,” says Councillor Blais. “We’ve been one city for more than a decade we should have one hydro company for all Ottawa residents.”