The John G. Diefenbaker Building was Ottawas fourth city hall. Opened in 1958, it was the seat of local government until the City Council moved to its present location in 2001.
Skating on the Rideau Canal. Snow and ice are common for the region during the winter.
Kanata Research Park is home to many companies, mostly high-tech industries.
The Childrens Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) is a major childrens and teaching hospital. The health sector is another major employer in Ottawa.
ByWard Market has been a focal point for culture in Ottawa.
People on ice slides during Winterlude, an annual winter festival held in Ottawa
Completed in 1913, the Connaught Building, was constructed in a Gothic Revival style. In the following decades, buildings built for the government would abandon the style, in favour of formal and functional styles.
The Canadian Museum of Nature is a natural history and natural science museum. The institution is one of several national museums in Ottawa.
TD Place Stadium is an outdoor stadium and is home to the CFLs Ottawa Redblacks and the USLs Ottawa Fury FC.
Established in 1848, the University of Ottawa is the oldest post-secondary institution in the city.