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Parliament Buildings
24 Sussex Drive
Rideau Hall
Canadian War Memorial
House of Commons
Rideau Canal
Library of Parliament
Tulip Festival
Chateau Laurier
Royal Mint
Stornoway, Official Residence of the Leader of the Opposition
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Parliament Buildings

We frequently have pictures on Lost Ottawa related to the fire at Parliament's Centre Block in 1916. The West Block, however, was the scene of this spectacular fire on February 11, 1897.

We frequently have pictures on Lost Ottawa related to the fire at Parliament's Centre Block in 1916. The West Block, however, was the scene of this spectacular fire on February 11, 1897.

Canada's Parliament

Canada's Parliament

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Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

From the Peace Tower

From the Peace Tower

The Langevin Block, home to the Prime Minister's Office and designated a National Historic Site of Canada, Ottawa

The Langevin Block, home to the Prime Minister's Office and designated a National Historic Site of Canada, Ottawa

Ottawa - Tulips and Parliament by Saffron Blaze, via Flickr

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Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The Rotunda of the Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Confederation Hall Rotunda

The Rotunda of the Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa, ON, Canada - Parliament buildings from air... Been here, loved it, want to go back to explore!

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Ottawa, ON, Canada - Parliament buildings from air... Been here, loved it, want to go back to explore!

The Canadian Parliament in Autumn, Ottawa, Ontario

The Canadian Parliament in Autumn, Ottawa, Ontario

The Centennial Flame burns bright in front of the Centre Block of Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada. For more information on Ottawa visit www.ottawatourism.ca

Centennial Flame (Explore)

Parliament Hill Ottawa, Ontario The Centennial flame stands guard in front of Centre Block, House of Commons.

Ottawa, Ontario CANADA - Parliament Hill

Ottawa 2020: Best of Ottawa, Ontario Tourism - Tripadvisor

Rideau Canal, Parliament Hill and Buildings, Canadian War Museum. Been here too? Add it to your map!

.The parliment buildings in Ottawa, Canada°°

#OttawaStrong

Our nation's capital really is gorgeous, and will remain so despite an ugly Oct. 22, because of the strength of its citizens. It is, through and through, a quintessentially Canadian city.

24 Sussex Drive

Foyer and staircase, Prime Minister's House, 24 Sussex Drive

24 Sussex Drive: The PM's Residence

24 Sussex Drive: The PM's Residence

24 Sussex Drive as it appeared before 1950, before it was renovated and transformed into the prime minister's residence. The 1950-51 renovation removed much of the decoration seen in this photo, including the tower and turret. (The Ottawa Citizen) Credit: Citizen files: 24 Sussex Drive as it appeared before 1950, before it was renovated and transformed into the prime minister’s residence. The 1950-51 renovation removed much of the decoration seen in this photo, including the tower and…

How the PM’s residence became a nightmare at 24 Sussex

Imagine living with asbestos, knob-and-tube wiring, a leaky roof. Anne Kingston explains why prime ministers make terrible tenants.

Trudeau may postpone move to 24 Sussex to allow crucial repairs | Ottawa Citizen

Trudeau may postpone move to 24 Sussex to allow crucial repairs

After decades of delay and decay, is 24 Sussex Dr. finally about to get its desperately needed makeover? The possibility emerged Friday as the prime…

24 Sussex infographic

Could fixing up 24 Sussex be a reality TV series? - Macleans.ca

Canada's most famous renovation experts imagine the possibilities

24 Sussex Drive - Le 24, promenade Sussex | by NCC - CCN

24 Sussex Drive - Le 24, promenade Sussex

Dining Room Salle à manger

24 Sussex Drive - where the Prime Minister of Canada lives while in office

24 Sussex Drive - where the Prime Minister of Canada lives while in office

24 Sussex Drive - Le 24, promenade Sussex | by NCC - CCN

24 Sussex Drive - Le 24, promenade Sussex

Living Room Salon

24 Sussex Drive - the front view of the Prime Minister of Canada's house

Prime Minister Residence (24 Sussex Drive), Ottawa | cityseeker

Canada's most famous address has been the residence of successive Prime Ministers since the 1950s. Unless you have an audience with the Prime Minister himself, however, your view of the home will be limited to peeking through a wrought iron fence that is guarded 24 hours a day. The building, which dates back to 1867, is located on the north side of Sussex Drive, across from the South African Embassy and Rideau Hall.

The Canadian prime minister's residence, 24 Sussex in Ottawa, in 1951.

Opinion: Yes, 24 Sussex is bad — but just think of what it could be

The condition of the house perfectly epitomizes what all-too-often being Canadian is about: a fear of showing off.

24 Sussex Drive (Official Residence of the Prime Minister of Canada) Ottawa, Ontario CANADA | by flipkeat ... Built between 1866 and 1868 by Joseph Merrill Currier, it has been the home of almost every prime minister since Louis St. Laurent."

24 Sussex Drive (Official Residence of the Prime Minister of Canada) Ottawa, Ontario CANADA

I have posted several shots of the Prime Minister's Official residence, 24 Sussex Drive, on my stream already. I like to photograph it whenever I'm in Ottawa as the surrounding trees and woods always look so different. It still freaks me out a little that I can get a shot from across the Ottawa River, from our Hotel the Hilton Lac Leamy in Gatineau, Quebec. (google maps says I was 5.4km away) "24 Sussex Drive is the official residence of the Prime Minister of Canada, located in the New…

Prime Minister of Canada's house - 24 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Prime Minister of Canada's house - 24 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Rideau Hall

Trudeaus to call 22-room Rideau Cottage home while deciding on whether to move into 24 Sussex  (National Post 26 October 2015)

Trudeaus to call 22-room Rideau Cottage home while deciding on whether to move into 24 Sussex

The new prime minister and his family will be immediately relocated to Rideau Cottage, part of the Rideau Hall grounds in the National Capital Region

Rideau Cottage — A two-storey brick home in a wooded area at the rear of Rideau Hall, it was built in 1866-67.It has been the residence of the secretary to the governor general; the latest resident, Stephen Wallace, moved out on the weekend to clear the way for the Trudeau family.  — Originally a one-storey structure, the house has expanded over the years, gaining a second storey and a kitchen addition.Prime Minister JustinTrudeau & family will stay here while 24 Sussex is being…

Rideau Cottage — A two-storey brick home in a wooded area at the rear of Rideau Hall, it was built in 1866-67.It has been the residence of the secretary to the governor general; the latest resident, Stephen Wallace, moved out on the weekend to clear the way for the Trudeau family. — Originally a one-storey structure, the house has expanded over the years, gaining a second storey and a kitchen addition.Prime Minister JustinTrudeau & family will stay here while 24 Sussex is being…

« La partie de toboggan », Rideau Hall. Photographie multiple provenant de l'album personnel de Lady Dufferin. Vers 1872-1875.   William James Topley / Bibliothèque et Archives Canada / PA-008492.

Rideau Canal.  Spent a few weeks travelling from Ottawa to Kingston and back by boat.  There are a lot of locks... but they are all unique and very pretty.  A must see!

Rideau Canal. Spent a few weeks travelling from Ottawa to Kingston and back by boat. There are a lot of locks... but they are all unique and very pretty. A must see!

The Rideau Canal, also known as the Rideau Waterway, connects the city of Ottawa on the Ottawa River to the city of Kingston, on Lake Ontario

Rideau Canal

The Rideau Canal, also known as the Rideau Waterway, connects the city of Ottawa on the Ottawa River to the city of Kingston, on Lake Ontario. The name Rideau, French for "curtain," is derived from the curtain-like appearance of the Rideau River's twin waterfalls where they join the Ottawa River. The canal was opened in 1832 as a precaution in case of war with the United States and is still in use today, with most of its original structures intact. The canal system uses sections of major…

Canadian War Memorial

National War Memorial,                 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Vimy Ridge Anniversary

Ottawa's National War Memorial just after midnight 9 April 2007 captured with a 30 second exposure.

Lest We Forget - The National War Memorial in Confederation Square, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada | by Derek Mellon, via 500px

Lest We Forget - The National War Memorial in Confederation Square, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada | by Derek Mellon, via 500px

House of Commons

The House of Commons, Parliament Hill,  Ottawa Canada #ottawa #ontario #canada #scenic #canada's capital

The House of Commons, Parliament Hill, Ottawa Canada #ottawa #ontario #canada #scenic #canada's capital

Rideau Canal

Skating on the Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario

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bank of images of the provinces, territories and big cities of canada, banque d'images des provinces territoires et grandes villes du canada, ontario, ottawa

Rideau Canal, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada | by The National Capital Commission, via Flickr

Rideau Canal - Canal Rideau

For more great ideas about things to see and do when you visit Ottawa and Gatineau, check out www.ncc-ccn.gc.ca. Pour d’autres belles idées d’activités à voir et à faire lors de votre visite dans la région d’Ottawa et Gatineau, visitez notre site web www.ccn-ncc.gc.ca

The eight locks of the Rideau Canal. Ottawa, Ontario ~ North America's oldest operating 19th-century canal

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The eight locks of the Rideau Canal. Ottawa, Ontario ~ North America's oldest operating 19th-century canal

Alexandra Bridge / Ottawa / Ontario / Canada...I really enjoyed this area of Ottawa

Alexandra Bridge / Ottawa / Ontario / Canada

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Library of Parliament

Ottawa Library, Canada

Ottawa Library, Canada

The Library of Parliament on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada's capital city.   For more information on Ottawa visit www.ottawatourism.ca

Library of Parliament

Library of Parliament Centre Block, Parliament Hill Ottawa, Canada The Library of Parliament is the main information repository and research resource for the Parliament of Canada. The main branch of the library sits at the rear of the Centre Block, on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa, Ontario, and is the last untouched part of that larger building's original incarnation, after it burned down in 1916. The library has been augmented and renovated a number of times since its construction in 1876, the…

Tulip Festival

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Chateau Laurier

Chateau Laurier on a cold winter's night, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2011

Ottawa

This photo from Ontario, Central is titled 'Chateau Laurier'.

Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Ottawa - Chateau Laurier

Royal Mint

Royal Canadian Mint Ottawa

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Royal Canadian Mint Ottawa

Royal Mint, Ottawa, Canada

Royal Mint, Ottawa, Canada

Stornoway, Official Residence of the Leader of the Opposition

Stornoway (the house where the Leader of the Opposition lives).  541 Acacia Drive   built 1913 - 1914

Stornoway (the house where the Leader of the Opposition lives). 541 Acacia Drive built 1913 - 1914

Stornoway, the Official Residence of the Leader of the Opposition in the Canadian House of Commons

Stornoway | National Capital Commission

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Other Pins

We frequently have pictures on Lost Ottawa related to the fire at Parliament's Centre Block in 1916. The West Block, however, was the scene of this spectacular fire on February 11, 1897.

We frequently have pictures on Lost Ottawa related to the fire at Parliament's Centre Block in 1916. The West Block, however, was the scene of this spectacular fire on February 11, 1897.

in 1912

Ottawa in 1912

The Washington of the North it wasn’t. When the Château Laurier Hotel opened in 1912, Ottawa wasn’t close to realizing Sir Wilfrid Laurier’s lofty ambition for Canada’s capital.

Taken from the Post Office on the Sappers and Dufferin Bridge, the photo from 1929 shows the fire department (on the left) and part of the old City Hall (right), destroyed by fire in 1931. Where the National Arts centre is now.

This is the area southwest off the Rideau Canal where the National Arts Centre is now located

Taken from the Post Office on the Sappers and Dufferin Bridge, the photo from 1929 shows the fire department (on the left) and part of the old City Hall (right), destroyed by fire in 1931.

Rideau Canal - We live in Ottawa so of course we've been to the canal. Someday I hope to rent a boat and travel from Ottawa River to Lake Ontario down the canal.

Rideau Canal

UNESCO World Heritage Centre

Canada's Parliament

Canada's Parliament

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parliament buildings ottawa

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parliament buildings ottawa

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parliament buildings ottawa

Bytown sawmill erected by Jean Saint-Louis in 1830 on the Rideau River near Bytown. Engraving attributed to E. Benjamin, from a drawing by William Henry Bartlett (1809-1854), in Willis, N.P., Canadian Scenery, London, 1842

Lowertown’s first resident

The first resident to clear a lot in Lowertown is a French Canadian, Jean Baptiste St-Louis. The year is 1827, and the site is a poorly drained cedar swamp.

Bytown General Hospital, [1845-1850]. The complex includes three buildings: the first convent, the first boarding school, and the first Bytown hospital, all built under the auspices of Sister Élisabeth Bruyère. The Mother House of the Sisters of Charity is still to be found on this exact location.

Audacity and modesty : Élisabeth Bruyère and the Sisters of Charity

Élisabeth Bruyère comes to the capital to found the Grey Nuns of the Cross in Ottawa. She leaves a remarkable legacy of charismatic and evangelic charity.

Rochon Residence at 138 St. Patrick Street, one of the oldest houses in Ottawa, 1850

Bytown and its first French Canadians

From the very beginning, Bytown welcomes many Francophones They live almost exclusively in Lowertown. Their legacy: a few rare small wooden houses

Rideau Canal,Canada.

Rideau Canal

UNESCO World Heritage Centre

Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

The Connaught Building is a historic office building in Ottawa

The Connaught Building is a historic office building in Ottawa

Royal Canadian Mint Ottawa

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Royal Canadian Mint Ottawa

The House of Commons, Parliament Hill,  Ottawa Canada #ottawa #ontario #canada #scenic #canada's capital

The House of Commons, Parliament Hill, Ottawa Canada #ottawa #ontario #canada #scenic #canada's capital