Eyes on Vanier Walkabout
Special editions of the Eyes on Vanier WalkaboutEyes on Vanier Walkabout is a group of area residents who gather to walk Vanier's neighbourhoods. The Walkabout serves many purposes, not the least of which is to ensure that Vanier remains a safe place to live & play. Eyes on Vanier Walkabout aims to build our community, generating a sense of belonging, sharing common concerns & finding resolutions, and promoting Vanier events to residents greeted along the way.
Visit of Vanier Murals
Presented by Yvon Dubé (Muséoparc)
Saturday October 1 (rain date October 8) At 3 p.m.
Marier Park (corner of Marier & Carillon)
Monday October 31
6:30 - 8 p.m.
Marier Park (corner of Marier & Carillon) *Dress-up!
Eyes on Vanier Walkabout’s contribution to improving the safety of our residents helped Vanier to receive the Ontario Chiefs of Police Association “Community Mobilization Award” in 2009. In addition, Eyes on Vanier was runner-up for the Crime Prevention Ottawa “Community Safety Award” in 2009. Eyes on Vanier assisted the Together for Vanier Working Group on Beautification win the 2010 United Way “Community Builder of the Year – Turning Lives Around Award”. These awards are granted to groups who exhibit exemplary on-going efforts designed to make their neighbourhood a safer, more secure place to live and who strive tirelessly, passionately and collectively to help make their community a better place in which to live.
If you would like us to visit a particular area that is causing some concern, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
Everyone is welcome!
Eyes on Vanier Walkabout- Octobre 31 2011
June 4 2011
Lucie Marleau, Stéphanie Plante, Kim Yull, Madeleine Meilleur-MPP, Marguerite Beaulieu
Back row: Ann Stephen, Geoff Derry. Dogs: Charlie & Cannelle.
June 8 2011
Front row: Marguerite Beaulieu, Councillor Mathieu Fleury, Kim Yull, Lucie Marleau, Marcel Tousigant.
Back row: Maurice Glaude, Geoff Derry, Debbie St-Aubin, Jeannette Churchill, John Hocking
May 28 2011
Robb Barnes (and Georges the dog), Debbie St. Aubin, Mauril Bélanger-MP, Lucie Marleau.