Don’t miss this rare opportunity for the public to be guided by Reay Creek neighbours and Ian Bruce of Peninsula Streams to experience this lovely park, learn about the contaminated pond and hear how residents have worked to engage the Town and the Victoria Airport Authority to get attention and solutions. Once the contamination has been removed, what does the community want to see as a park and natural spaces?
Meet at 5:30 pm by the Reay Creek interpretive sign at the corner of Canora Road and Northbrook Drive. Click here for a map. We will end up at Mary’s Bleue Moon for a drink afterwards.
RSVP – All walks are free and open to the public, but please help us plan by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know how many people you will bring.