Old Ottawa West

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(Old) Ottawa West (also known as Champlain Park) is an older urban neighbourhood in Kitchissippi Ward in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It was considered in the 1930s as the west end of town. The boundaries of the neighbourhood are the Ottawa River (to the north) and Scott Street (to the south). To the east is Tunney's Pasture and to the west is Island Park Drive.[1] Westboro Beach is also to the west. The population as of the 2011 Census was 1008.[2]

Most of the homes were built in the 1920s and 1930s.

Notable buildings include St. George Elementary School, Northwestern United Church, and a mosque where the Ottawa Muslim Association has their meetings.

Recreation[edit]

For recreation there is Champlain Park, and the NCC (National Capital Commission) bike path.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://ourkitchissippi.ca/our-community/community-associations/
  2. ^ Population calculated by combining Dissemination Areas 35061869 and 35061873