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A time lapse video shot heading into Ottawa on a hot and humid summer day.
The Oscar Peterson memorial, in front of the National Arts Centre located at Albert and Elgin. That’s pretty much smack in the middle of downtown Ottawa.
At first I thought that these totems poles were out of place in Ottawa – not so, especially given that the Odawa or Ottawa, said to mean "traders," are a Native American and First Nations people.
The Baldwin – Lafonaine monument was created by Walter Seymour Allward, best known for his design of the very imposing Canadian Battlefields Memorial in Vimy, France. Erected in 1914, it is the only monument on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario … Continue reading
Constructed of Peterhead granite, this fountain in the center of Confederation park in Ottawa honors Colonel John By. The fountain was relocated from Trafalgar Square, London, where it had played from 1845 to 1948. and now you know… © 2013 … Continue reading
This totem totem pole in Confederation Park was donated to the City of Ottawa to commemorate British Columbia’s 1971 centennial. © 2013 CKB
Mellos is one of Ottawa’s oldest surviving restaurants – I just happened to think the sign was awesome. © 2013 CKB