Advancing through the archway are 22 larger-than-life bronze figures, representing the "Great Response" of hundreds of thousands of Canadians who answered the call to serve during World War I and all subsequent conflicts.
"Official" Ottawa - a brief tour December 1st 2015 Ottawa's residents may be forgiven for thinking that their city is nearly smothered in officialdom. In addition to the Federal government and its National Capital Commission, the Province of Ontario also has certain offices there, and of course the City itself provides for numerous administrative functions. On top of that, many of the 130 countries with which Canada maintains diplomatic relations ... read more
North America » Canada » Ontario » Ottawa A land of vast distances and rich natural resources, Canada became a self-governing dominion in 1867 while retaining ties to the British crown. Economically and technologically the nation has developed in parallel with the US, its neighbor to the sou... ... read more
Hi, everyone. I am a retired Canadian senior, living in Ottawa. My dear wife Margo and I used to love to travel just about everywhere, especially as “snowbirds” in the winter. Although we can no longer travel for medical reasons, I've been travelling and taking photos for many years, so I still want to share some tales and photos from our vast collection. with you. Cheers, Eh?
... full info