Archives for Celebration

Happy Canada Day Weekend!

  An epic weekend of festivities awaits you as we highlight Canada Day on three official sites! Join us in expressing Canadian pride and a common sense of belonging to such a diverse country on June 30 and July 1. Fun-filled activities and live entertainment will pump up the crowd for sure! There will be something for everyone to enjoy on Parliament Hill, at the Canadian Museum of History and at Major’s Hill Park. Don’t miss out! Click here for more.  
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Ring in the New Year, Ottawa Style!

Ring in the New Year, Ottawa Style! 2017 is coming to an end and it’s been an epic year of celebrating Canada’s 150. Ring in the New Year with one of the incredible events happening all over the city! Click here for the full list of events.  
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Ottawa Bluesfest starts tomorrow!

Bluesfest is one of the largest international music events in the world, with over 220 varied musical acts on several outdoor stages, attracting more than 300,000 music fans each year.   Click here for all the info
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Happy 150!

It is going to be a busy weekend in the capital! With tons a of people and festivities it can be difficult and overwhelming to plan out what you’re going to do, especially if you’re playing the role of host/hostess for your out of town friends and family. Fear not! Here is a handy resource from the Ottawa Citizen that will help you in your long weekend planning adventure! And as always, if you have any questions about real estate, or just Ottawa in general, I’d love to chat.
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Canada Celebrates 150 Years!

  The milestone has arrived – our country’s 150th year. What better time than now to stand proud and represent our Nation as a united community? We are very fortunate to be living in Ottawa – our Capital. We’ve certainly come a long way since our founders first settled here 190 years ago. Originating as Bytown, Ottawa was initially built to house labourers who had been recruited to help build the Rideau Canal. Times have changed between then and now. We are no longer considered the “town that fun forgot” nor are we solely known for being “the highway to Montreal“.
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