Canada's Largest Playground to be Built at Mooney's Bay Park

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Mooney's Bay 270 borderThe Tim Hortons Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival is in discussion with our partners at the city to minimize the impact of construction on the event in 2016. The Festival will also work to create a spectacular new site in 2017 that will integrate the play structure for many years to come.

 

 

 

 

Articles on the Mooney's Bay Playground:

Ottawa South MP asked to invoke the Navigation Protection Act in defence of the Rideau River - June 2nd

Opponents to Mooney's Bay playground to seek injunction - May 30th

Public support needed to help Ottawa’s dragon boat festival absorb changes - May 27th

Partial consultation was an option for Mooney's Bay playground, mayor says -May 27th

Ottawa councillors shut down bid to halt Mooney's Bay playground - May 25th

City of Ottawa leaned on consultations from year 2000 for Mooney's Bay mega-playground - May 19th

Protesters stage rally to stop construction of Mooney's Bay playground - May 19th 

Monster playground will scar Mooney's Bay waterfront, protesters say - May 18th

Everything you need to know about the Mooney's Bay Park mega playground - May 16th

Mega-playground planned for Mooney's Bay draws criticism - May 16th

Canada's largest playground to be built at Mooney's Bay Park - May 13th

New playground in Mooney’s Bay Park to be biggest in Canada - May 13th

 

Ottawa Community News: Tree work at Mooney’s Bay Park begins ahead of fitness park overhaul

Thursday, May 12, 2016

City workers will soon be removing trees and shrubs at the north end of the beach at Mooney’s Bay Park, clearing the way for some major changes, including the construction of a brand new play structure.

In a memo sent to residents May 9, River Coun. Riley Brockington said the city has been given the green light to take out 16 trees. All of them will be replaced and five existing trees will be relocated — all at the north end.

The city is also planning to remove three cordoned-off footbridges this spring from the same area as well as take out the existing Sue Holloway Park, an outdoor fitness area that will be rebuilt next year.

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Tree work at Mooney’s Bay Park begins ahead of fitness park overhaul - May 10th

 

 

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