Nom: Jane Scharf
Jour: mai 08, 2016
Heure: 1:00 PM
Durée: 2.0 hr
Langue: English
Départ: Shepherds of Good Hope, 233 Murray St. (NW corner of Murray & King Edward)
Fin: Terry Fox Bridge, Rideau & Sussex
Quartier: Byward Market
Distance: 3.0 km

The route follows city sidewalks.

Places of Significance to Homeless People



Photo: First walk by homeless people, Jane's Walk Ottawa, 2008.

The Byward Market area is important to homeless people because two major organizations that care for them are located here. This walk will begin at The Shepherds of Good Hope, where we will talk to someone who has used this facility. Then we will continue on to Centre 454, the Salvation Army, and visit several other places of significance to Homeless People. Along the way we will hear from street artist Stewart Poulin and see some of his work, and we will end up at the pedestrian underpass at the Terry Fox Bridge.


Beginning at Murray & King Edward, we will walk up Cumberland to George Street, then continue on to Rideau & Cumberland, and finally right on Rideau St. and along to the pedestrian underpass (Terry Fox Bridge) in front of the Rideau Centre.


Jane Scharf was part of the political process that brought improvements to the way the City of Ottawa interacts with homeless people.