Local Pols ‘Torn’ On New Shelter Site


These are statements from east-end downtown politicians concerning a new location for the Salvation Army shelter:




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4 thoughts on “Local Pols ‘Torn’ On New Shelter Site

  1. First, Fleury complains about the number of such support services in the market area…now he complains when one has come forth with a plan to relocate. Why is the Sally Ann’s proposal objectionable?

    The Sally Ann has stated that they have had meetings with residents in the proposed region…Fleury say’s they have not. I believe the Sally Ann…they have a much better record than anyone from our Municipal Government.

    Could it be that there is a problem because the City did diddly squat on this issue and they/he cannot take credit? Hmmmm.

    Anne Marie

  2. The Salvation Army knows what is needed. If the various levels of government were doing their job, the Salvation Army wouldn’t need to build shelters.

    Let them build.

    I guess that some people would prefer that the shelter be built elsewhere so that the fine citizens of Ottawa could ship the problem out of town.

  3. Fleury states: ‘it is imperative that the Salvation Army engage us in an open, transparent and accountable public consultation process held in good faith’.
    When all municipal politicians lead by example, perhaps then they can make should grand statements.


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