Program Manager, Heritage and Urban Design
Pindigen Park Highlights Indigenous Culture and Heritage
Stornoway is the official residence of Canada’s leader of the Opposition, and a recognized federal heritage building.
The new building is the result of several consultations with community stakeholders, heritage experts and other interested parties in the historic ByWard Market area.
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.
Each winter, the historic Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, becomes the Rideau Canal Skateway, the world’s largest skating rink.
The National Capital Commission (NCC) manages more than 200 residential homes and apartments for rent in the National Capital Region, including several heritage homes.
Explore the Capital’s green spaces. Visit the many parks and enjoy nature, sports or major events within the city.
Built in 1950, this road leads to the Kingswood cottage, a recognized federal heritage building. Work was required on the service road leading to the pumphouse.
The NCC’s Urbanism Lab is an innovative space where Canadians and leaders in urbanism, design, heritage and conservation, sustainability, and placemaking get together to inspire the future of Canada’s Capital Region.
To build a capital that is a source of Canadian pride, the NCC undertakes many development and rehabilitation projects.
A successful commemorative monument communicates the importance of the subject and enhances the physical setting, helping to create a sense of place.
Confederation Boulevard is the Capital’s ceremonial and discovery route, which encircles the downtown areas of Ottawa and Gatineau. It is the route that foreign dignitaries and the royal family take for processions and state visits.
Fleck Fountain Plaza, a symbol of the regeneration of LeBreton Flats, is located at the southwest intersection of Wellington and Booth streets.