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.
Explore the Capital’s green spaces. Visit the many parks and enjoy nature, sports or major events within the city.
The Garden of the Provinces and Territories is located at the western end of Confederation Boulevard, at the corner of Wellington and Bay streets, in the heart of Canada’s Capital.
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Confederation Park in Ottawa is one of the Capital’s main parks for public events.
Senior Manager, NCC’s Capital Planning Branch
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.
Rideau Falls Park provides an impressive view of the waterfalls for which the park is named.
Sets out how federal lands in the downtown cores of Ottawa and Gatineau will be developed until 2025.
From October 3 to 25, 2020
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.
Dutch Elm Disease is a fungus that infects and causes mortality in native elm trees throughout Canada's Capital Region and North America in general.