We have detailed information for 33 Neighbourhoods in Ottawa!
Consistently ranking in the top 20 of the Mercer HR Consulting’s Worldwide Quality of Living Survey, Ottawa is one of the safest cities to live.
Ottawa has a wonderful public school board, Carleton University, Ottawa, University & Algonquin College. These educational facilities are the major contributors to Ottawa having the most highly educated work force in Canada.
Boasting Canada’s 7th lowest unemployment rate and the 3rd lowest in Ontario, Ottawa offers many, many employment opportunities; from dozens of federal government organizations to a booming high tech industry; from life science sectors to a thriving tourism and hospitality industry, a bright future awaits you here in Ottawa!
People often think that Ottawa is just a quiet government town; however there many sides to our city and all kinds of great local neighbourhoods.
Downtown offers the “Market” with its fruit and vegetable stands, lots of little shops and great night life. The Rideau Shopping Centre is close to everything including the Weston Hotel and the famous Chateau Laurier. On Elgin Street, there is a host of great restaurants and, of course, there are plenty of museums and an amazing Art Gallery. If you have children, don’t forget the Experimental Farm.
The fun side of Ottawa includes the Ottawa Canal. In winter you can skate all the way from Confederation Square to Dow’s Lake and in the summer you can walk, bike or run on the pathways. There are beaches on the Ottawa River, and parks all over the city.
Many neighbourhoods have their own unique character and atmosphere; however the thing that is most notable about Ottawa is the sense of community and the open acceptance and friendliness of its people.
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