The National Capital Commission (NCC) manages more than 200 residential homes and apartments for rent in the National Capital Region, including several heritage homes. From the forests of Gatineau Park to the heart of the city, these unique properties are located in areas of importance to Canada’s Capital. Each one offers a different living experience to enjoy.
The NCC conducts market research before putting a property up for rent. The market rate is established, and we competitively list the property. In general, the tenant is also responsible for all utilities and for supplying appliances. However, please inquire, as certain exceptions apply for specific properties.
Any member of the public can rent from the NCC. Employees of the NCC and employees’ relatives cannot rent a residential home.
The tenant is expected to comply with all statutes, by-laws, rules and regulations and other requirements of any federal, provincial, municipal or other competent authority having jurisdiction over the leased premises. In addition, tenants are expected to abide by the National Capital Commission Traffic and Property Regulations, the National Capital Commission Animal Regulations, and City of Ottawa by-laws. Finally, The NCC follows the recommendations set out by the Ontario Landlord and Tenant Board, and we expect our tenants to do the same.