Canada’s Capital Region includes 13 municipalities, the largest of which are Ottawa and Gatineau. As one of the largest owners and managers of land in Canada’s Capital Region, the NCC collaborates with the region’s municipalities on many issues, including urban planning, safe and active transportation, and property and land stewardship.
The NCC works closely with indigenous communities in Canada’s Capital Region, in particular the Algonquin First Nation. Major Algonquin communities include:
In addition to collaboration on archeology and cultural heritage projects, the NCC engages in regular dialogue with indigenous communities on major development projects in the region.
Canada's Capital Cities Organization (CCCO) includes representatives from Canada’s national, provincial and territorial capitals. Its goal is to foster an exchange of ideas among participants from different parts of the country. The CCCO provides opportunities for representatives — and capitals — to share their skills and to combine efforts to promote capital cities, both culturally and economically.
The Capitals Alliance is a global forum for planners and urban designers in capital cities around the world. Through Capitals Alliance, planners exchange ideas and solutions with international colleagues on the unique challenges facing national capitals.
Ottawa Tourism is a private, not-for-profit, membership-based organization that promotes tourism in Ottawa and the region.
Outaouais Tourism is a private, not-for-profit organization that encourages tourism in Gatineau, the Outaouais and the region.
In addition to these key partners, the NCC also collaborates with other Government of Canada departments and agencies, as well as with national and international organizations and associations.
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