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Barrhaven is bounded by Fallowfield Road to the north, Strandherd Road to the south, Greenbank Road to the east, and Cedarview Road to the west. Established in the 1960s, Barrhaven was one of a group of new suburban areas built across the Ottawa Greenbelt. The area, owned by Mel Barr, was originally slated to become a horse race track. However, when the Rideau Carleton Raceway opened, Barr opted to develop a new subdivision that was later named after him.  This neighbourhood includes the following communities: Barrhaven, Orchard Estates, Strandherd, Old Barrhaven, Cedar Grove, Fraserdale, Pheasant Run, Heritage Park, Barrhaven on the Green.

Barrhaven contains several public and Catholic schools and numerous parks and playgrounds. It is also home to the Walter Baker Sports Centre which contains a library and other facilities. The main commercial district surrounds the intersection of Strandherd Drive and Greenbank Road, with a seven-screen cinemaLoblawsWal-MartIndigo Books and MusicStaplesWinnersHomesenseSobeysSport ChekStarbucks, Your Independent GrocerHeart & Crown, and Best Buy, among others. A Costco store has opened in fall of 2016, including several other retail establishments. Barrhaven is served by seven local bus routes

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Kanata is largely the creation of Bill Teron, a developer and urban planner who purchased over 1,200 hectares (3,000 acres) of rural land and set about building a model community. Unlike other suburbs, Kanata was designed to have a mix of densities and commercial and residential properties. It contained large amounts of open space, and was to be surrounded by a greenbelt. A reflection of the garden city movement, the area was divided into a series of communities, each of which was intended to have its own commercial centres and unique cultures. These include BeaverbrookGlen CairnBridlewoodKatimavikHazeldeanMorgan's Grant, and Kanata Lakes. Kanata is home to the Canadian Tire Centre, The Brookstreet Hotel, The Royal Canadian Legion's national headquarters, Ron Maslin Playhouse, Bell Sensplex, Landmark Cinemas Kanata 24, and the Tanger Outlet Mall.

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Stittsville is a suburban community, part of the City of OttawaOntario, Canada. It is within the former Goulbourn Township. A part of the National Capital Region, Stittsville is immediately to the southwest of Kanata, and about 31 km (19 mi) west of Downtown Ottawa. The urban part of the community corresponds to Stittsville Ward on Ottawa City Council. There are many schools in the Stittsville area, (3 school boards - Ottawa Catholic School BoardOttawa Carleton District School BoardCECCE, There are 2 high schools in Stittsville; Sacred Heart Catholic High School and École secondaire catholique Paul-Desmarais.

Stittsville is bounded by Huntmar Road on the north, Hartsmere Drive on the south, Iber Road, Caribou Avenue, Liard Street, and Shining Star Circle to the east, and Sirocco Crescent, Smoketree Crescent, Whalings Circle, and West Ridge Drive to the west.

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Manotick is a community in Rideau-Goulbourn Ward in the rural south part of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is a suburb of the city, located on the Rideau River, immediately south of the suburbs Barrhaven and Riverside South, about 25 km (16 mi) from downtown Ottawa.[1] It was founded by Moss Kent Dickinson in 1864. He named the village 'Manotick', after the Algonquin word for 'island'. Manotick strives to maintain its character and property values by carefully managing growth and working closely with developers.

Watson's Mill is Manotick's most recognized landmark. Its image is used as a symbol for the village. It is the only working museum in the Ottawa area and one of very few operating industrial grist mills in North America. Indeed, Watson's Mill still sells stone-ground whole wheat flour which is made on site.


Orleans is a suburb of OttawaOntario, Canada. It is located in the eastern part of the city along the Ottawa River. Largely a rural area for a great number of years, the first major suburban subdivision constructed in the community was the Queenswood Heights development starting in the late 1960s. Orléans has continued its steady growth as a suburban community since that time; its southern and easternmost boundaries continue to grow as more houses and businesses are built. Orléans has French-speaking population of over 30%.[4] The community's name is spelled with an acute accent in French in the relevant regulation to the City of Ottawa Act, reflective of the area's francophone heritage. There are also several nature trails and paths throughout the area including the Bilberry Creek Trail and the Princess Louise Trail through which Taylor Creek runs. The trail leads to a beautiful waterfall near St-Joseph Boulevard.