Guides the preservation and use of Canada’s Capital Greenbelt.
Guides the planning, protection and development of federal urban lands in the Capital.
Sets out how federal lands in the downtown cores of Ottawa and Gatineau will be developed until 2025.
To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary in 2017, the NCC offered unique experiences for visitors and residents. We worked to fulfill our planning vision for Canada’s Capital Region and built a legacy for the next 50 years.
The new building is the result of several consultations with community stakeholders, heritage experts and other interested parties in the historic ByWard Market area.
The National Holocaust Monument will ensure the lessons of the Holocaust, as well as the incredible contribution Holocaust survivors made to Canada, remain within the national consciousness for generations to come.
As part of the review, the NCC conducted extensive consultations with The Ottawa Hospital, federal government departments, the Province of Ontario, the City of Ottawa, interested stakeholders and the general public.
Rideau Hall is often referred to as “Canada’s House,” because it is where our Governor General welcomes the public.
In 2016, we began major restoration and upgrading work on heritage buildings located between 445 and 465 Sussex Drive, at 13–15 Clarence Street, and in the Tin House Court.
The NCC is continually working to improve infrastructure throughout Canada’s Capital Region to ensure the safety of all users: pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.
We recently collaborated with the Ville de Gatineau to improve the waterfront area of Jacques-Cartier Street, between the Lady Aberdeen Bridge and Saint-Louis Street in Gatineau.
The National Capital Commission is the federal Crown corporation dedicated to ensuring that Canada’s Capital is a dynamic and inspiring source of pride for all Canadians, and a legacy for generations to come.
There are a number of ways to do business with the NCC.