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The Great Capital City

Founded in 1826, formerly known as Bytown and re-named Ottawa in 1855, Ottawa is a multicultural city with a vast diversity of population. Consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in Canada, living in this young and vibrant bilingual city is ideal for anglophones as well as francophones. Ottawa borders Gatineau, in Quebec, together forming the core of our country’s federally designated National Capital Region (NCR).

Something for Everyone

Ottawa can offer all types of living due to its diverse range of unique neighbourhoods. The city is home to an excellent transit system, two large universities (the University of Ottawa and Carleton University) and an infinite amount of indoor and outdoor activities available in all seasons. Ottawa can be commended for its many housing options, depending on the lifestyle you’re searching for. Whether you crave a home on the countryside or a home in the downtown core, the capital city has something to offer.

Quality of Life

Living in Ottawa can help promote a healthy lifestyle, whether it be for being very pedestrian friendly, walking and hiking trails offering panoramic views of the Ottawa River, or many of the main roads having bike lanes to keep active and avoid traffic. Casual and professional bikers can benefit from the Capital Pathway, a 220km long route that is shared between Ottawa and Gatineau, and Gatineau Park that is just a few minutes away, on the Quebec side.

An Excellent Place for a New Start

Its diversity, schools, history, and strong economy make Ottawa an excellent place for a new start. The city is also ranked as the best place to live for new immigrants of Canada, due to its world-class education system and vast range of career opportunities. All civil services and many tourist services are offered in both English and French. English is understood by most of the population, and French can often be heard on the streets.

A wide range of services to make your life easy!

The most important thing when you want to build a home is to have everything you need at hand. No matter which area of Ottawa you settle in, you will always have what you need nearby!

Schools: Ottawa is home to nearly 120 elementary schools, 25 high schools, over 5 colleges and 2 major universities

Hospitals: 5 hospitals can be found around Ottawa; the Ottawa Hospital Civic Campus, the Ottawa Hospital General Campus, the Saint-Vincent Hospital, CHEO, and Montfort Hospital. It will also be home to the future new Ottawa Civic Hospital! To learn more:

Transportation: Ottawa is pedestrian and bike friendly, and has an excellent public transportation system with OC Transpo and the LRT

Retail: All major food chain stores, international public food markets, clothing and shopping centers are found within the city of Ottawa

Leisure: Ottawa is home to some of Canada’s oldest and most beautiful architecture. Make sure to benefit from the free tour of the Parliament, a great place to learn more about our history!

Something for Every Season

Ottawa has many beautiful public parks, walking, hiking and green areas to enjoy during the summer. Have a picnic along the Rideau Canal during spring and summer or wait until winter for it to transform into the delightful Rideau Canal Skateway. Festivals run all year around across the city, most notably Winterlude, a celebration of all things winter, Bluesfest, a 90’s music festival, and of course Canada Day, on July 1st. There’s something for everyone!

City or Country Living

Landric Homes specializes in real estate in the Ottawa area and is happy to answer your questions about your real estate project in the region. We invite you to contact us for the latest new build opportunities.

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