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How Ottawa Became the Capital

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Are you a history buff? Check out the virtual exhibit about how Ottawa became the capital.

You might also be interest in visiting the new home of the Central Archives, a state-of-the-art 92,000 square foot facility which was just completed for $38.6 million. A public open house will be held July 9, 2011, from noon to 4 p.m. at 100 Tallwood (Corner of Woodroffe). For more info, contact the Central Archives’ reference desk at 613-580-2857 or archives@ottawa.ca.

Osgoode Link Pathway

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Did you know there is a 22km stonedust pathway from Leitrim Road to Osgoode. Parking is available at a small lot off Leitrim Road, just west of the Park & Ride lot. You can also access the pathway from the Park & Ride Lot itself.

Cycling the length of the trail should take about 90 minutes at a leisurely cycling pace.

For more info click here.

Skating is not just for the winter time!

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Public skating is available at the Fred G. Barrett Arena all year long!

Click here to view the schedule.

Children’s Birthday Party Packages

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Maximum fun, minimum fuss!

Celebrate your birthday at the Fred G. Barrett Arena, an affordable party facility. Choose from a range of activities such as supervised games, water sports, and crafts. Contact the facility at 613-822-7887 for booking and cost information.

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