Daily Changing the Guard parade through downtown Ottawa in summer.
See the life of century pioneers in an authentically recreated historic village setting. This is an image of McDiarmid Home in the village.
Fulton's Pancake House & Sugar Bush. 400 tranquil forested acres nestled between the picturesque towns of Almonte and Pakenham, Fulton's is one of the best-loved and well-known sugar camps in Lanark County (west of Ottawa). For more information on capital sites and Canadian heritage visit www.ottawatourism.ca/en/visitors/what-to-do/capital-heritage
Parliament Hill overlooking the Rideau Canal locks, Ottawa.
A beautiful view of the Rideau Canal locks and the Bytown Museum, Ottawa.
set in the Gatineau Hills, this country estate was his summer home and inspiration for almost 50 years. William Lyon Mackenzie King was the prime minister.
Aboriginal Experiences in downtown Ottawa offers groups of 25 or more a unique look at First Nations culture in a native village. For more information on capital sites and Canadian heritage visit http://www.ottawatourism.ca/en/visitors/what-to-do/capital-heritage
Rideau Canal Skateway - The World's Largest Skating Rink
The Anishinabe Scout statue by Hamilton MacCarthy created in 1918. The figure of this scout is located in Major’s Hill Park and highlights the contributions of First Nations peoples to the development of Canada. For more information on Ottawa visit www.ottawatourism.ca
A Musical Taste of Our Canadian Heritage. Over 50 performers come together into one integrated, historical narrative showcasing the roots and development of our Canadian musical heritage in this unique and exciting, ninety-minute, bilingual musical production. For more information on capital sites and Canadian heritage visit http://www.ottawatourism.ca/en/visitors/what-to-do/capital-heritage
The Supreme Court Eviscerates Voluntary Disclosure, Part Comparing Spencer With the Govt's Claims - Michael Geist