The nation’s capital belongs to all Canadians, from coast to coast to coast.
That is why the Government of Canada has opened the conversation to all Canadians regarding the future use of the former US embassy building, 100 Wellington.
The heritage building – owned by the Federal government, located directly across from Parliament Hill in the heart of Canada’s capital – is to be transformed into a key Canadian institution and the federal government wants your opinion on just how to do that.
The building should be a location for all Canadians and international visitors alike.
This is a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate our insight as constituents of this great capital City to have our voices heard. This is a significant project which has been waiting on the sidelines for approximately 20 years. I would like to invite all residents to participate in this consultation session before the September 9th deadline.
An in-person public information session was webcast live across Canada on August 18 to kick off the public consultations at the Sir John A. Macdonald Building but you may still complete an online survey before September 9th or tweet using the hashtag #100Wellington.
For more information, please be sure to visit the Government of Canada website here.