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New art along LeBreton Flats Pathway made of recycled tires (it's a dead crow)

“When the Rubber Meets the Road”, a new art piece by Gerald Beaulieu. (Photo via NCC)

The National Capital Commission has installed a new work of public art along the LeBreton Flats Pathway.

“When the Rubber Meets the Road” was created by PEI artist Gerald Beaulieu, and depicts a roadkill crow using only recycled tires. (You can read more about the work in this 2018 CBC article).

The artwork will be on display for a year.