Around four years ago, I wrote a short piece about the Elphin Apartments, at the corner of Gladstone and Metcalfe in Ottawa’s Centretown. Given the parameters, I was generally pleased with the results but one thing really bothered me: just who was behind the apartment?
The Dieppe Raid took place on Aug. 19, 1942 and ended with over 900 Canadian soldiers dead.
The building that houses the Prime Minister’s Office is getting...
OC Transpo route two has been running for decades and, over the generations, ingrained itself into the nostalgia of old Ottawa and the memories of its regular riders.
Featuring artifacts, photographs and documents from the collections of both institutions, Moments From 150 Years Ago is the inaugural exhibition in the new Treasures From Library and Archives Canada gallery at the Canadian Museum of History.
Hundreds gathered at the National War Memorial this weekend to remember the 3,598 Canadians who died in the battle for the ridge.
“In 1966 the last train pulled out of Union Station...
On Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016, Ottawa author David Mulholland will...
The NCC is responsible for the lands adjacent to the convent in Jacques-Cartier Park, and this new asset is expected to help bring a new dynamism to these waterfront lands.
Here’s a story from the Oct. 7, 1985 edition of the Ottawa Citizen, about a proposed nudist bar in Hull.
The prime minister who brought Canada into the 20th century, Sir Wilfred Laurier, turns 175 this Sunday and commemorations will be held in the capital.
Private Price died at 10:58 a.m. on November 11, 1918 — two minutes before the armistice went into effect.
This man has the finest mill in the province.
It certainly is!
Andrew King writes about Ottawa’s little known and quickly disappearing sand dunes
The museum says Brandon’s work has been “instrumental in shaping Canadians’ perceptions of war through art and artistic interpretation.”
The Canada Goose Arctic Gallery will immerse visitors in a region that many will never visit in person, helping them explore the natural landscapes, its plants and animals, hear the voices of the people that live there and to think about the impacts of change.
The flags at all City of Ottawa sites will be flown at half-mast on Sunday, September 11 from sunrise until sunset to commemorate these courageous and committed men and women.
(press release) Ottawa – The Heron Road Workers Memorial Bridge plaque...
Hillary Clinton made history Thursday, becoming the first woman nominated...