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Cultural landmarks and attractions

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/culture/cultural-attractions.html

May 31, 2019 ...Cultural landmarks and attractions Visit one of the many cultural landmarks and attractions across this beautiful country! Experience nature in one of Canada’s national parks, discover cultural traditions at a historic site, or stroll along Confederation Boulevard in Canada’s Capital Region, home to many national treasures, green spaces and waterways

A Canadian icon - Rehabilitating a Canadian icon - Follow the rehabilitation of the parliamentary buildings - Canada's Parliamentary Precinct - Parliament Hill - Landmarks and attractions in Canada's Capital - Cultural landmarks and attractions - Culture, history and sport

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Nov 13, 2019 ... of Honour (or Rotunda) and Confederation Hall. And at more than 92 metres, the Peace Tower is also a popular tourist attraction. Centre Block is not just a place for politics. It is the setting for royal visits, concerts, the Changing of the Guard, Northern Lights, Canada Day celebrations and state funerals. Canadians also gather here to protest, hold rallies

Culture, history and sport

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Feb 18, 2020 ...Culture, history and sport Learn about Canada's culture, identity, history and sports, as well as funding opportunities available to Canadian artists, athletes and organizations. Discover our national landmarks and attractions and show your pride for Canada by taking part in the many cultural events, celebrations and commemorations. Services and information

Landmarks and attractions in Canada’s capital

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Feb 18, 2020 ...Landmarks and attractions in Canada’s capital Canada's capital belongs to all Canadians. Visitors find here a reflection of who they are as well as an insight into the life of the country. From Parliament Hill to the national museums, the symbols are rich and varied, and they highlight many aspects of the Canadian experience. Follow: Facebook Twitter

Canadian Heritage

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Feb 21, 2020 ... and by commemorating important moments and people in Canadian history. Landmarks and attractions in Canada's Capital Discover Parliament Hill and take a stroll down Confederation Boulevard to explore the many national museums and commemorative monuments in the national Capital. Languages Learn more about Canada's languages and the tools and programs in place to help protect

About - Signal Hill National Historic Site

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Dec 16, 2019 ... the centuries of military and communications history of the site. Quick facts Signal Hill has been used for defense since the 17th century, as well as observation and signalling since the early 1700s. Built between 1897 and 1901, the Cabot Tower is the city’s most iconic building and one of Canada’s top landmarks. Marconi’s first transatlantic communication in 1901

Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site of Canada Management Plan 2017 - Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site

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Jan 31, 2020 ... Michigan and in 1796-99 built a fort on St. Joseph’s Island. What was then the most westerly military post in Upper Canada served as a natural defensive military position and as a landmark for the fur trade and First Nations and Métis communities. The fort was garrisoned from 1796 to 1812, and by including a post of the Indian Department, it also became a trading

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