City of Ottawa Council to Vote on Salvation Army Controversial Shelter in Vanier

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The City of Ottawa council will vote on Wednesday, November 22nd on the controversial plan to build a large complex that will house the Salvation Army on Montreal Rd in Ottawa's Vanier neighbourhood.

More than 140 people from the community came last week to speak about their concerns and disapproval of the Salvation Army's move to the City's Vanier area. Despite the large turn out the planning committee approved the plan on Friday night in a 6-3 vote. 

The decision must now be approved by the City of Ottawa council at Wednesday's meeting. 

The proposed facility located at 333 Montreal Rd if approved would have a total of 350 beds and another 140 beds for their emergency shelter and emergency medical facility.

If you are looking to sell your home or condo in the Vanier area trust the services of Roch St-Georges, real estate broker located in the City's east end. Cal 613-889-7732 to discuss your real estate needs.

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