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In 2017, Canada celebrated 150 years as a nation.  Canadians gathered in their Capital to join local residents in a year of celebration. Ottawa 2017 created 12 full months of big, bold, immersive and moving experiences that would complement national celebrations and annual events and festivals.  Big Signature Events animated the entire city, while community celebrations enlivened our neighbourhoods.  At the same time, transformative legacy projects changed the Capital’s urban landscape.  The end result: a special year of national pride for all–and significant positive impacts for Ottawa’s tourism sector and the city as whole.  The city continues to be one of the best places to visit and live in Canada.
July and August are popular—and busy and the weather is warm. If you want to see the tulips, visit in mid-April to early May. You’ll find better deals and quieter crowds October to March, with the exception of Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Winter is wonderful and cold – the quiet, flowing Rideau Canal, Ontario’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, freezes over in the winter months, to become the world’s largest skating rink.
Click here for a monthly weather view: https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/monthly/ontario/ottawa

Once you arrive in Ottawa, you will find it to be one of the easiest cities to get from one place to another. Your travel options are numerous. Public transit is readily available in the form of buses and light rail, and numerous tour bus and riverboat companies offer great ways to see the city.

Ottawa Airport: https://yow.ca/en
VIA Rail: https://www.viarail.ca/en/explore-our-destinations/stations/ontario/ottawa/station
Public Transport: http://www.octranspo.com/

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Ottawa is a four-season sports destination that has hosted many national and international events. It is also home to four professional sports teams and a minor Can-Am League baseball team, which makes great games available to fans all year long. From professional soccer and CFL football in the summer to NHL and OHL hockey during the colder weather months, there’s always an exciting team – and a mascot – to cheer for. Get acquainted with Ottawa’s professional sports teams!

OTTAWA SENATORS:  https://www.nhl.com/senators
The Ottawa Senators, known locally as “the Sens,” take to the ice when the weather cools down, playing from October through to April at Canadian Tire Centre. This beloved NHL team has played in Ottawa since 1992 and is entering its 24th season. The Sens played in the Stanley Cup finals in 2007 and have since made the playoffs 14 times in the past 17 seasons! The Senators mascot is a lion-like character named Spartacat, who is a favourite among younger fans.

OTTAWA REDBLACKS:  https://www.ottawaredblacks.com/
The Ottawa REDBLACKS also play at TD Place Stadium from late June through October. “The REDBLACKS,” as they’re known locally, made their CFL debut on July 3, 2014 in Winnipeg, Man. This is the third CFL team to play in the city. The Ottawa Rough Riders, formed in 1876, were a founding member of the CFL in 1958 and played until 1996. A new Ottawa franchise was formed in 2002, but the Renegades folded after only four seasons.

The REDBLACKS mascot is Big Joe, a lumberjack character. Big Joe is inspired by the Ottawa-area legend of Joseph “Jos” Montferrand. Back in the 1800s, “Jos” was a French-Canadian logger who was known for his strength and powerful build. He was 6 foot 4 inches tall and known for his talent in logging as well as for defending French-Canadian Bytown workers against an Irish gang known as the Shiners.

OTTAWA FURY FC:  https://www.ottawafuryfc.com/
The Fury FC,” as it’s known locally, is Ottawa’s United Soccer League (USL) team. This is Ottawa’s first professional soccer team and it plays from July through October at the new TD Place Stadium at Lansdowne Park. Lansdowne is a 40-acre site located in the heart of the city, adjacent to the historic Bank Street Bridge and wrapped to the east by a gentle curve of the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Fury FC played its first game at TD Place on July 20, 2014 against the NY Cosmos. The Fury FC’s mascot is Sparky – a red character with flame-like hair.

OTTAWA CHAMPIONS:  http://ottawachampions.com/
“The Champs,” as they’re known locally, is Ottawa’s newest sports team! From May through September, you can watch this Can-Am League baseball team play at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park (RCGT Park). Dress up in royal blue and cheer for the Champs as they take on teams from neighbouring Quebec and the United States.

Some of the Ottawa Champions’ players come from Major League baseball teams such as the Toronto Blue Jays and the Los Angeles Angels. The Champs kicked off their inaugural Can-Am League season on May 22, 2015 against the Sussex County Minors. The Ottawa Champions mascot is Champ, a red bear-like character that wears a baseball hat and a baseball shirt.

OTTAWA 67’S:  http://ottawa67s.com/
The Ottawa 67’s is a major junior ice hockey team that plays in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). Established during Canada’s centennial year of 1967 and named in honour of this, the 67’s currently play their home games at the Arena at TD Place. The 67’s are three-time OHL champions, and have played in the Memorial Cup five times, winning in 1984 and as host team in 1999.

Check your team’s schedule and get ready to have a good time!

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