Explore the Capital’s green spaces. Visit the many parks and enjoy nature, sports or major events within the city.
The Richmond Landing shoreline access improvements are a key component of the Portage corridor, offering a new way to discover and experience the Ottawa River shoreline.
To build a capital that is a source of Canadian pride, the NCC undertakes many development and rehabilitation projects.
Explore the Greenbelt on the Watts Creek Pathway!
One of the best ways to explore Ottawa and the Greenbelt is by bike.
Commissioners Park in Ottawa is home to the Capital’s most dazzling display of tulips.
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.
Grab your skis and head out to the Greenbelt this winter!
Enjoy many scenic trails with your dog in the Greenbelt.
Our communications team is ready to help the media with information about the NCC, interview requests or story ideas.
To protect this heritage building — a historic landmark — and to make it universally accessible for all Canadians to enjoy year-round, several elements will be restored.