Ottawa, Canada's captial city.
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The average house price in Ottawa in June 2015 was $383,000.
In 2016 MoneySense named Ottawa as the top city to live in Canada and the top place to new Canadians to live. It was also named 2nd top city to retire and the 9th top city in Canada to raise kids.
The 2015 ASQ Award winners for Best Airport in North America, named the Ottawa airport as the 2nd best airport along with 4 U.S. city airport.
Ottawa has a great transportation system, and a strong arts and culture community.
The current population estimation as at the end of 2010 was 917,000. According to the 2006 Census, about 38% of the workforce works in the public sector, with the majority employed by the Canadian Federal Government. Average income at that time was $43,600.
Ottawa is the Capital of Canada. Situated on the banks of the Ottawa river, Ottawa resides in the Province of Ontario, across the Ottawa river from the Quebec borde, with Ottawa on one side of the river and Gatineau, Quebec on the other. Ottawa is a beautiful city and tourist destination, known for its parliament buildings, the Rideau Canal (during the winter months, the canal becomes the world's longest skating rink with 7.8 kilometres of skating fun) , museums, art galleries, it's national hockey team and much more.
Home to Carleton University, the University of Ottawa and numerous colleges, Ottawa is a great place to live and learn. Situated across the river from Quebec, it is also a great place to enjoy the Quebec culture.
With over 170 kilometers of pathways, many of which are along scenic rivers and canals, Ottawa boasts one of the highest percentage of bike commuters in the country. What a great place to call home!
The Glebe is a trendy neighbourhood just south of the downtown area in Ottawa. The Glebe is a popular arts district with many specialty shops. It is a popular family neighbourhood and was once of Ottawa's first suburbs. It is very community-minded and an attractive place to live.
Areas and Communities of Ottawa
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Ottawa River, divides Ottawa, Ontario
and Gatineau, Quebec
Gates of China Town in Ottawa
Fruit Stand at the Ottawa Byward Market
The 'Market' (Marché) is a very lively and trendy district in downtown Ottawa. It is filled with a fresh outdoor farmers market, restaurants, coffee shops and specialty food stores. This is one of Canada's
oldest public markets.