Ottawa is one of Canada's major cities and the capital of Ontario. The city's population is approximately 883,000, making it the second most populous city in Canada. It sits on the south bank of the Ottawa River, which flows westward into Lake Ontario at Kingston.
The attractions in Ottawa include museums that reflect its history and culture, including National Gallery of Canada and Canadian War Museum; Parliament Hill; Rideau Canal—the world's largest naturally frozen skating rink; ByWard Market—a historic public market with hundreds of shops offering fresh produce and flowers as well as boutiques stocked with Canadian craftsmen’s products; Sussex Drive—home to embassies from around the world and one street away from Parliament Hill; Royal Botanical Gardens—one of our largest national parks located within walking distance from downtown Ottawa near Dow’s Lake where visitors can enjoy hiking trails through woodlands or take part in special events such as Winterlude Festival (February), Tulip Festival (May) or Capital Ex (September); National Arts Centre —includes world-class performances presented by NAC Orchestra & Company plus works by Canadian artists such as David Foster who recently produced a song inspired by his visit here during Winterlude Festival this past February!
The nation’s capital is not only a popular tourist destination but also an important center for commerce and government. The city is home to many federal government institutions including the Parliament of Canada, Supreme Court of Canada, Library and Archives Canada, National Arts Centre and National Gallery of Canada.
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