“Taxes make us feel sick to our stomach,” says Tim Pychyl, professor of psychology at Carleton University in Ottawa.
The Duke and Duchess of Digging Will and Kate got their hands dirty, figuratively speaking, during their stop in Ottawa.
By 1931, Karsh had returned to Ottawa and opened his own studio.
The Queen first attended Chogm in Ottawa, Canada, in 1973 – missing the first one in 1971 – and has been at every summit since.
The 33-year-old made several trips from his home in Ottawa to the U.K.
A week after I got there, Ottawa fell, and the retreat started.
They paddled up the Ottawa River a distance of nearly four hundred miles.
This town is picturesquely situated on the brow of a stupendous cliff, which descends precipitously into the Ottawa.
The most celebrated chief of this stock was Pontiac, an Ottawa.
Friendly Delawares who arrived identified an Indian who was slain in the fight, as an Ottawa.
Canadian capital, founded 1827 as Bytown, named for English officer John By, who oversaw construction of the canal there; renamed 1854, when it became capital, for the Ottawa River, which took its name from the Algonquian people who lived in Michigan and Ontario. Their name is said to be from adawe "to trade."
1560s (implied in Canadian), said to be a Latinized form of a word for "village" in an Iroquoian language of the St. Lawrence valley that had gone extinct by 1600. Most still-spoken Iroquoian languages have a similar word (e.g. Mohawk kana:ta "town"). Canada goose is attested from 1772.
Nation in northern North America, bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Pacific Ocean and Alaska to the west, and the United States to the south. Its capital is Ottawa, and its largest city is Toronto. In area, Canada is the second largest nation in the world, behind Russia.
Note: A French explorer founded Quebec in 1608.
Note: It is an ally of the United States, though conflict has arisen over environmental and trade issues. Each country is the other's leading partner in world trade (see North American Free Trade Agreement).
Note: The border between Canada and the United States is the longest unguarded border in the world.
Note: Canada has experienced recurring tension arising from a separatist movement in French-speaking Quebec province. In 1995, separatists were narrowly defeated in a referendum.