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A charming neighbourhood with Victorian homes, a bustling main street (Bank St.) and nice shops, cafés, restaurants, etc.
Dows Lake Pavilion is the ideal location for people looking to enjoy the Rideau Canal and Dows Lake. Situated at 1001 Queen Elizabeth Drive in Ottawa, it offers an abundance of parking, options for recreational activities, appetising restaurants with scenic water views and is an easy access point…
The glebe has a variety of local shops, great coffee spots to relax, Landsdown park where you can catch a Redblacks football game and one of the oldest theaters in the city. Great place to find the largest farmers market in town on Sundays from 9am to 3pm all year round!
Stroll from downtown along Bank Street where a lot of boutiques and restaurants are located. It's hip, artistic, and fun. At the South end of Glebe is TD Place with lots of restaurants and a Cineplex VIP cinema.
Heading south on Bank Street, the Glebe has a small town main street feel. Lots of shops and restaurants to check out as you stroll to Lansdowne Park where our local football, soccer and Triple A hockey teams play.
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