Canada's Capital Greenbelt is the most ecologically diverse area in Eastern Ontario.
Guides the preservation and use of Canada’s Capital Greenbelt.
The Mer Bleue Bog in Ottawa is one of the most outstanding natural features of the Greenbelt. The 3,500-hectare conservation area has a northern ecosystem that is more typical of the Arctic than of the Ottawa Valley.
One of the best ways to explore Ottawa and the Greenbelt is by bike.
Farms in the Greenbelt are a symbol of Canada’s rural traditions, and they provide an example of how to practise viable and diverse agriculture in a near-urban setting. The Greenbelt also ensures that there is a space in Ottawa where farming can supply part of local food needs.