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The human history of the Ottawa region spans some 10,000 years, from the arrival of the earliest peoples to the present day. Archaeological sites include aboriginal encampments and travelways, settler farmsteads and communities, industrial sites and marine heritage sites along the Ottawa River (Kichi Sibi), its tributaries and the Rideau Canal. The City of Ottawa,Read more →
The Poets’ Pathway is a walking and biking trail approximately 35 kilometres long, much of it on already-existing walking paths through Ottawa. It runs from Britannia Bay beach along Pinecrest Creek and Nepean Creek, crosses the Rideau River and ends north of the Ottawa River in Beechwood Cemetery, where some of the poets lie. TheRead more →
Les Monuments de la francophonie d’Ottawa was begun in 2005 by the Ottawa francophone community to commemorate its contribution in the development and well-being of the City of Ottawa. Thousands of francophone Ottawans, young and old, rallied around the project to create monuments featuring women and men, organizations and institutions that contributed to the social,Read more →