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The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI) is committed to maintaining good relations with users and residents during the Champlain Bridge deconstruction project, which will take place until 2023.

For example, JCCBI hold public information meetings to inform residents of Brossard and L’Île-des-Sœurs about the:

  • Nature of the work;

  • Work timetable;

  • Mitigation measures for managing noise levels, air quality and traffic during the work.

JCCBI’s Public Participation Approach

The Corporation has been recognized across Canada and received in October 2020 an honorable mention in the International Association of Public Participation – Canada (IAP2 Canada) ‘’Core Values Awards’’.

This rewards JCCBI’s public participation approach implemented as part of the original Champlain Bridge deconstruction project, which notably enabled nearly 5,000 people to participate in the consultation activities held in 2019.

VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING – ÎLE DES SŒURS

 

The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI) presented its first-ever virtual public meeting on the project to deconstruct the original Champlain Bridge. This meeting was held on Tuesday, October 20 and was led by the JCCBI team and Nouvel Horizon Saint-Laurent (NHSL) group.

 

Presentation

 

Meeting agenda

  • Introduction of the teams

  • Progress update on the project components

  • General timetable

  • Deconstruction methods

  • Upcoming work

 

At the meeting, JCCBI and NHSL spokespeople took the opportunity to answer citizen questions about the Champlain Bridge deconstruction project.

Thank you for your participation!

VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING – BROSSARD

 

The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI) is pleased to invite you to its first-ever virtual public meeting on the project to deconstruct the original Champlain Bridge. This meeting will be held on Thursday, October 29 at 7:00 p.m. and will be led by the JCCBI team and Nouvel Horizon Saint-Laurent (NHSL) group.

 

Presentation

 

Meeting agenda

  • Introduction of the teams

  • Progress update on the project components

  • General timetable

  • Deconstruction methods

  • Upcoming work

 

At the meeting, JCCBI and NHSL spokespeople took the opportunity to answer citizen questions about the Champlain Bridge deconstruction project.

Thank you for your participation!