An Ontario neighbourhood no longer wants to be associated with the former President of the United States. \nResidents of Trump Avenue, located in Ottawa, are working with the city to rename the street following the president's exit. \nEditor's Choice: Canada's COVID-19 Benefits Are Still Available & Here's Exactly What You Can Get\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nFor years that I've been in office there have been movements to get the street renamed.\n\n\nRiley Brockington, City Councillor\n\n\nAccording to CBC, a motion to change the avenue's name has been on the backburner for years.\nHowever, city councillors decided to wait until Trump left office to avoid a potential backlash. \n"I was worried that there might be some ramifications against Canada if word got out that in Canada's national capital they wanted to take his name off a street sign," City Councillor Riley Brockington stated. \nNow, the city has been working with residents of the street to gauge the support for banishing Trump's name from their neighbourhood. \nIf approved the process could take up to six months, where a group will be formed to help with the renaming process. \nThe street was originally named after Donald Trump before he was involved in politics, CBC reports.