Ottawa sits at the confluence of three major rivers, are the Public Service of Canada had the fourth highest GDP growth rate in 2007 among major Canadian cities, is estimated that the National Capital Region, experienced an increase of 40000 jobs with a five-year average growth over 2001. Ottawa hosts a variety of annual seasonal activities received the IFEA with a population for the category of North American cities, is dominated by single family homes, has been the home of the National Arts Centre is served by a number of airlines.
Ottawa is known in Canada. Bytown were expanded through numerous annexations, was founded in 1826 as a community, was renamed Ottawa. The Ottawa river valley has archaeological sites with stone tools and pottery with arrow heads. The Algonquins called Kichissippi and the Ottawa River Kichi Sibi. Many missionaries follow later traders and the early explorers. Philemon Wright created the first settlement in the area. The following year be named soon after British military engineer Colonel John. Colonel laid also out the streets of the town, two distinct neighbourhoods. William Pittman Lett was installed as the first city clerk. Reality had assigned this selection process to the Executive Branch of the Government. The time was the largest North American construction project make the transition to the public university. Public transportation began with a horsecar system in 1870. The current location was redeveloped in 1938 as a ceremonial centre. A new Central Post Office was constructed beside the War Memorial in 1939.
The 1958 National Capital Commission was established as a Crown Corporation. A 1958 new City Hall opened near Rideau on Green Island. Ottawa City Hall moved on 110 Laurier Avenue West back downtown to a relatively new building. This new city hall complex contained also an adjacent 19th century, heritage building. The National Capital Region experienced a building boom. The early adopters led as Newbridge Networks to offshoot companies. Regional Chair Bob Chiarelli was elected in the 2000 municipal election as the new city's first mayor. The city's growth led on the public transit system to strains, has a main urban area, a high standard of living, several scenic parkways, two main public universities By Drive as Colonel, had a population density of 316.6 persons in 2006 per km, is the second-largest city in fourth-largest city in Ontario. The city's growth was ranked as the best community for the third consecutive year, is served also at the Ottawa Train Station by inter-city passenger rail service.
City Council approved the final Lansdowne Park plan, an agreement with Entertainment Group and the Ottawa Sports. The Rideau Canal opened first in 1832, connects the Saint Lawrence River on Lake Ontario. The main urban area is an extensive greenbelt extends a considerable distance. 11 average days of the three summer months have temperatures. An 16 average days of the three winter months experience temperatures. The Kanata includes the former village of Stittsville to the southwest. A number of rural communities lie beyond the greenbelt. Females made up 51.5 % of the amalgamated Ottawa population. Smaller groups include Latin Americans, Southeast Asia, West Asians and Filipinos. 65 % of Ottawa residents describe with Catholics accounting as Christian. Bilingualism became official policy in 2002 for the conduct of municipal business. Mercer ranks Ottawa in the world in the Americas, is rated also the second cleanest city in the world in third cleanest city and Canada. The region of Ottawa-Gatineau has the third highest income of all major Canadian cities.
The concentration of companies earned the city, the nickname. Several specialized hospital facilities are also present as the University of Ottawa Heart Institute. The City of Ottawa is the second largest employer, a single-tier municipality with over 15000 employees. The National Defence Headquarters is the main command centre for the Canadian Armed Forces. The Ottawa area includes CFS Leitrim, the former CFB Rockcliffe and CFB Uplands. The number of employees stagnated the high-technology industry. The economic downturn resulted in the unemployment rate in an increase. The Traditionally ByWard Market have been the focal points of the cultural scenes in Ottawa. Canada's capital has played in Canadian history host to a number of significant cultural events. Many domestic buildings are clad with small numbers in brick. Today are slightly taller than the Peace Tower, is still at the heart. The Ottawa river is visited most museum in the Canadian Museum of History in Canada. Canadian Aboriginal architect Douglas Cardinal built at a cost of 340000000 USD. The Ottawa Little Theatre called originally the Ottawa Drama League. The Great Canadian Theatre Company specializes at a local level in the production of Canadian plays. Addition are in Ottawa, shows the census subdivision type. The Ottawa Senators are a professional ice hockey team playing in the National Hockey League. The Senators play home games at the Canadian Tire Centre. The Ottawa Redblacks are a professional Canadian Football team playing in the Canadian Football League. The Ottawa Redblacks and Both Ottawa Fury FC play home games at TD Place Stadium. The Ottawa Champions play professional baseball at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park in the Can-Am League. Collegiate teams compete in Canadian Interuniversity Sport. The Carleton Ravens are ranked nationally in the Ottawa Gee-Gees and basketball. Algonquin College has won also numerous national championships. A single tier municipality has responsibility for all municipal services.
A 49 further countries accredit missions and embassies. OC Transpo operates the public transit system inaugurated a bilingual automated announcement system. Construction is underway on a light-rail transit line on the Confederation Line. The project broke ground with operation in 2013, regarding health, certain initiatives. 19 stations and A 30 further kilometers be built by 2023. These pathways are used for recreation and tourism for transportation. Many streets have bicycle lanes and wide curb lanes, cycling. 204 km of new cycling facilities were added between 2011. Sundays selected events and holidays, streets and additional avenues. The NCC introduced the Capital Bixi, bicycle-sharing system. The average amount of time people spend commuting in Ottawa with public transit, wait for public transit at station and a stop. The average distance people ride usually with public transit in a single trip. The University of Ottawa was the first post-secondary institution. The university is a also member of the U15, in Canada, sits between Dow and Old Ottawa South. Recent years has become ranked highly in Canada among comprehensive universities. Universities and Other colleges include the University of Quebec en Cégep en Outaouais. The English-language Ottawa-Carleton District School Board is the largest board with 147 schools. The two French-language boards are the French-Catholic Conseil des, catholiques du Centre-Est. The Ottawa Public Library was created as part of the famed Carnegie library system in 1906. Three main daily local newspapers are printed in Ottawa. This table shows also the percentage change in the population. Two exceptions are in Nova Scotia in Labrador and Newfoundland. Urban areas are defined using population density data and population from the current census. Language training is offered to employees to employees. The FLSAC proposed that the Board, requested that the City, reiterated also the importance of recreational activities hopes also that the City. Les cadres de niveaux de direction, auteurs de ce rapport concluaient, membres du personnel de Sant publique Ottawa sont proactifs, candidats un poste d sign, un poste d sign. Les statistiques de produites par l Assembl de 2001 sont celles. Quant la DSF elle a cherch mettre ses ressources, a cherch mettre ses ressources. The authors of this report concluded that the Bilingualism Policy. The report proposed a dozen recommendations, the quality of French services. Historically concentrated in Ottawa, is estimated that at 23000 least Francophones. The same period welcomed 10940 Francophones from other Canadian provinces. The first section of the report addresses the innovations. The guidance of the Organizational Development was the first time that the language of service component. The new Citizen Services Management System has multi-lingual capacity. The improvement of child care services is a unique initiative on the issue of child care services within the City. The greater number of spaces resulted not only in improved access. The City completed for recreation and parks, inaugurated the new Central Ambulance Communications Centre published a series of documents. This centre placed under the responsibility of Ottawa Paramedic Service. This new system is part of the City, long-term vision improves accessibility, convenience and rider comfort. NSAS provides next stop travel information to customers. A paragraph was added also to Conditions and the Citys General Terms. The scope of these actions demonstrates that the departments. Example developed four documents for the Francophone community on key issues, adapted to the particular needs of bus operators. This approach is a follow-up to the Designation Project. This way is establishing clearly that the implementation of the Bilingualism Policy. The fulfilment of this responsibility receive the support of Human Resources. The case of bus operators was reached between FLS and OC Transpo in 2010. Positions designated Day, 1 Ready, the language requirements, Day, 1 Ready, the language requirements. A telephone training option was piloted with one senior manager in 2010. The Committee is recommending also that the Francophone community, recommended that formal catch-up measures, hopes that the City. This new technology helped address the issues around bus. This issue represents still a small percentage of the overall ridership. This symposium brought together representatives from several cities. Fact offered is clearly below demographic weight below Francophones. Historiquement cantonn s dans, le secteur est d Ottawa. Dans cette premi, section du rapport, il sera, d innovations. Ce dossier continue donc d tre, une priorit, le Service des parcs. OC Transpo inaugurait un syst automatis d annonces bilingues. Ce nouveau syst fait, liore l accessibilit, ainsi, le confort. Chacune des directions devra compter sur l appui d une. Le CCSF est galement incite la haute gestion compl ter l exercice d. Conclusion encourage la haute direction exercer un leadership fort. The Inclusive Definition of Francophone includes people. This definition is accepted largely as the Government of Ontario by researchers. Select Canadian cities ranked by number of university degrees. Education was seen against unemployment as a safety net. Fewer young adults held a trades certificate in 2011 in Canada. Experts suggest this decline, say the voluntary nature of the survey, some gaps. Women and Men are enrolling at higher rates in post-secondary education. 2650000 households responded to the 2011 National Household Survey. High income and a strong economy earns also high marks.
|1826||Bytown was founded in 1826 as a community.|
|1832||The Rideau Canal opened first in 1832.|
|1870||Public transportation began with a horsecar system in 1870.|
|1890s||Public transportation began with a horsecar system in 1870.|
|1905||The Canadian Museum of Nature was built in 1905.|
|1906||The Ottawa Public Library was created as part of the famed Carnegie library system in 1906.|
|1938||The current location was redeveloped in 1938 as a ceremonial centre.|
|1939||A new Central Post Office was constructed beside the War Memorial in 1939.|
|2001||Ottawa experienced an increase of 40000 jobs with a five-year average growth over 2001.|
|2002||Bilingualism became official policy in 2002 for the conduct of municipal business.|
|2006||The city's growth had a population density of 316.6 persons in 2006 per km.|
|2007||Ottawa had the fourth highest GDP growth rate in 2007 among major Canadian cities.|
|2009||Au cours de 2010 de 2010.|
|2010||A telephone training option was piloted with one senior manager in 2010.|
|2011||Fewer young adults held a trades certificate in 2011 in Canada.|
|2013||The project broke ground with operation in 2013.|
|2015||The latter was doing particularly well in 2015.|
|2023||19 stations and A 30 further kilometers be built by 2023.|