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Ottawa Museum Roundup

If you haven’t already heard, let me tell you: Canada celebrates its 150th birthday this year. One Hundred and fifty years of Confederation. That’s a big deal...

Baking It Up At Le Cordon Bleu

My love for food is the reason I signed up for the Quick Breads short-course at the world renowned, Le Cordon Bleu. Luckily, I didn’t have to fly to Paris. Rather, I...

Ottawa Winter Break – 5 Must Do Things

With fewer crowds to contend with, winter may be the best time to visit Canada's capital, Ottawa. And when I say there is so much to do and see in this city,...

5 Things To Do In Ottawa Right Now

Here’s what I noticed about Ottawa in December: It’s colder than Toronto. But Torontonian’s aren’t known for their hardy winter endurance. We were, after all,...

Fairmont Château Laurier: Ottawa's Castle

Charles Melville Hays was a man with a vision. Born in Rock Island, Illinois, he arrived in Canada as General Manager of the Grand Turk Pacific Railway, with a mandate...

Spies, Espionage and Double-Agents: The Diefenbunker

In a small town, approximately twenty-five minutes outside Ottawa, below a non-descriptive steel structure, lies an incredible piece of history. Seventy-five feet below...

10 Things to do in Ottawa This Summer

Ottawa is Canada’s capital. Not Toronto. Not Montreal. It’s Ottawa, a city of just over eight hundred thousand people, sprawled along the Ottawa River with Gatineau,...



I took this picture of our hometown in 2013, having just returned home after 11 years away. As the sun was going down, the city was glowing like a beacon.


A Celebration of Colors – The Ottawa Tulip Festival

At the beginning of every May, Ottawa hosts a wonderful spring festival all about tulips. These beautiful, colorful flowers begin to bloom all over the city, welcoming...

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