The East Block Interim Open Space Landscape is ready for Canada’s 150th with visually exciting landforms interpreting fish and waves, showcasing a balance between people, sky, land and water. The final design is a result of a collaboration between the NCC, PCH and Algonquian community representatives, reflecting harmony (Engadjitonanan aki).

These landforms are visually stimulating at all times of the year, whether the landforms are covered in snow, in bloom, or fall colours.