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Downtown Ottawa

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The Downtown community of Ottawa is bordered by the Ottawa River, the Rideau Canal, the 417 HWY and Bronson Avenue. Mainly a business, financial, government community and even some technology buildings. Downtown is home to many famous buildings including the Parliament Buildings, the Chateau Laurier, the Supreme Court of Canada, the National Arts Centre, and the Ottawa City Hall and the Ottawa Courthouse. The community has many apartment and condo buildings but there are some older single family homes and townhouses.

Housing Statistics (for Downtown + Golden Triangle)

Oldest house: Built in 1867.

Recreational Opportunities

The Downtown community commercial and economic center of the city and it also provides recreational opportunities for residents. The Rideau Canal runs through the community and provides boating in the summer and is famous for it's skating and beaver tails in the winter. Winterlude attracts thousands of people each year and features concerts, ice sculptures, and food. The National Arts Centre brings theatre and music to the community in a truly unique way. The Parliament Buildings are a popular tourist attraction and offer free tours of the inside and spectacular views from the outside. The National War Memorial of Canada is part of the community and attracts people who wish to pay their respects to the country's veterans. 


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