Three questions about the central library's proposed site

Published by the Ottawa Citizen December 16, 2016

The prospect of a new central public library in our city is an exciting one. Successful central libraries offer citizens a one-stop shop of diverse civic and cultural life. Across the country, new libraries have breathed additional life into downtown cores, from Vancouver to Halifax. In that context, the recommendation to move Ottawa’s new Central Library from the downtown core to the edge of LeBreton Flats raises important questions that Ottawa residents need to consider before the Ottawa Library Board convenes at the end of January. Here are three questions worth asking. Read more >>

Source: Ottawa Citizen, Councillors Catherine McKenney and Tobi Nussbaum, Dec. 16, 2016