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Repairs to pathways and shoreline damaged by flooding

Last update: July 26, 2017 - The NCC will begin major work on its multi-use recreational pathways and shoreline assets that were significantly damaged by the recent flooding.

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Recent rising water levels caused flooding on pathways

We wish to advise pedestrians and cyclists to exercise caution along some sections of the Capital Pathway network as the recent rising water levels caused flooding and closed many sections of pathways.

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Discover the Capital’s rich Algonquin heritage at the Kabeshinân Minitig Pavilion on Victoria Island

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Reconnect with the land and nature at the Ecology and Urban Agriculture Pavilion

The National Capital Commission and the Centre d’écologie et d’agriculture urbaine de Gatineau today officially opened the Ecology and Urban Agriculture Pavilion at the Moore Farm. It is one of the NCC’s Confederation Pavilions marking Canada’s 150th anniversary.

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Finalists chosen for Nepean Point design competition

The National Capital Commission is pleased to announce the finalists in the international design competition for the redevelopment of Nepean Point, an historic and picturesque public space, and one of the Capital’s most iconic and spectacular lookouts.

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Calling All Young Entrepreneurs!

Are you interested in setting up your own business this summer? Do you want to gain a bit of entrepreneurial experience? We may have just the thing for you!

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Mackenzie Avenue newest spoke in Ottawa’s cycling network

Mayor Jim Watson, Dr. Mark Kristmanson, Chief Executive Officer of the National Capital Commission, U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires a.i. Elizabeth Moore Aubin, and Nathalie Des Rosiers, Member of Provincial Parliament for Ottawa-Vanier, officially opened the Mackenzie Avenue cycle track today.

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