First City Hall (Ottawa)
Originally known as the West Ward Market Building on Elgin Street, the building was one of two markets in Ottawa, then called Bytown. The market did not last, facing competition from the Byward Market in the Lower Town and closed in that same year.
The wooden building, with a bell tower, had two floors with the first floor as a fire hall/police station and upper floor as town offices.
- Second City Hall (Ottawa), city hall from 1877–1931
- Transportation Building (Ottawa), 1931 the building became Ottawa's temporary city hall
- John G. Diefenbaker Building served as Ottawa's city hall from 1958 to 2000
- Ottawa City Hall, city hall since 2001
- http://www.ottawahort.org/history/ohs_minute_book_1854.pdf Minute book of the Ottawa Horticultural Society, 1854
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