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Centretown News Online
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Confederation Boulevard
By Laura Gamez

Tourists wouldn’t be disappointed with Confederation Boulevard. The route is symbolic of Canadian heritage, encompassing buildings such as Parliament hill, Rideau Hall – home of the Governor General – and the National War Memorial.

Young Street
By Loren Romei

Just below the Queensway, almost identical brick houses line the quiet Young Street.

Robert Street
By Richard Coelho

Located on the west side of the canal, running perpendicular to Delaware Avenue and Lewis Street, Robert Street’s origins are a bit of a mystery.

Perkins Street
By Stephanie Brooks

Nestled off a busy street in the west portion of Centretown lies a short and quiet cul-de-sac, with a rich history.

Ottawa River Pathway
By Emily Rack

The Ottawa River Pathway is a 30-km stretch of the Trans-Canada Trail that winds through the capital city.

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