Australis Guest House

89 Goulburn Ave, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 8C9, Canada
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How do people in Ottawa keep warm in winter

by robin888

Hi

I just read an article saying that winter months can be as cold as -20 C ..how long is the winter..How do people keep warm in such cold temperature..I am just curious

Re: How do people in Ottawa keep warm in winter

by Darby2

Most homes in the colder parts of Canada are heated by natural gas.

It helps to wear warm clothes too!

Re: How do people in Ottawa keep warm in winter

by leics

It can get considerably colder than that in parts of Russia (and other places).

Heated homes, heated workplaces, heated transport, wearing appropriate clothing, minimising 'outdoor' time.....not so hard to keep warm now as it was in the past, that's for sure!

Re: How do people in Ottawa keep warm in winter

by neverstoptravel

The temperature might be as low as -30-40 C including the windchill, but people usualy spend most of their time in heated cars/buses, offices, homes. Think abt Toronto and Montreal, that's the same.

Re: How do people in Ottawa keep warm in winter

by oldguy472003

As Ottawa is the Capital of the country, there is plenty of hot air coming from the Parliament buildings. Sorry, old joke. It can get bitterly cold in ottawa but people get out and skate on the canal and wander the indoor shopping malls. Ottawa is a wonderful place any time of year.

Travel Tips for Ottawa

Headstone of Canada's Unknown Soldier

by Blatherwick

The headstone of Canada's unknown soldier, entombed near the National War Monument, is located in the Memorial Hall of the War Museum. On November 11 at 11 o'clock, when Canada holds a moment of silence for its war dead, the sun shines through the window and illuminates the headstone.

Visit center of the city and...

by aquatic

Visit center of the city and see Parliament buildings. My husband could not take a picture of me with the Parliament on the backgraound because of millions of tourists who occupated almost every inch of the grass in front of the building.

If You Need To Know What's Where!

by johngayton

The Capital Infocentre on Wellington is a useful tourist information resource which is run by the National Capital Commission. This isn't a booking or ticket agency, merely a general advice office on what to do, what to see, how to get about & etc.

Downstairs centres around an interactive 3-d model of the city with touch screen computers and has a couple of helpful bilingual staff to answer any queries plus the usual display of freebie leaflets and maps.

Upstairs is an interesting small exhibition space with a bit of the capital's history and a little gift shop.

Also useful are the washrooms on a cold winter morning if wandering around the area.

Check out Ottawa at Night

by duanestorey

As I mentioned, the architecture in Ottawa is amazing.. Because of that, Ottawa is one of the prettiest cities I've even seen when it's all lit up at night.. If you have a chance, walk around the downtown core at night.. Walking to the Byward Market with some friends late at night.. This picture is the view you would see if you walked from my place to the Market..

Remebrance Day at the NAtional War Memorial

by kenHuocj

the Centopah is en-route to the Parliament from the Old Union Station.
>>at Conferation Square, corner of Elgin & Wellington, and opposite the Elgin & Chateau Laurier Hotels

Recetly upgraded, privides an impatful reminder of those who served Canada, the British Commonweath and for Freedom ( ! / ? ) for the older Canadians, it is a day for remembering and reflecting:

>>see http://cbc.ca/remembrance/
>>http://www.canada.com/national/features/remembranceday/story.html?id={68019C11-17AB-47AD-9A28-5BDE061B80C8}
>>http://www.vac-acc.gc.ca/

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