Ottawa Articles

Air Canada Loses Lawsuit Over Stewardess Failing To Speak In 'Mother Tongue'

by AOL Travel Staff. Posted Jul 19th 2011 08:30 AM

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Quelle horreur! French-Canadians Michel and Lynda Thibodeau were awarded roughly $12,500 last week after suing Air Canada because the airline's stewardesses failed to address them in their mother tongue as legally required, the Canadian Press reports.
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Destin-Nation Canada: Adventure with a Capital Eh

by Andrew Burmon. Posted Jun 27th 2011 08:00 AM

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If Mexico is America's backyard, fenced in places and cluttered with the remains of yesterday's projects, Canada is the front lawn: The north country is green, welcoming and perfect for a roll in the grass.
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Best Ottawa Museums

by Laura Byrne Paquet. Posted Feb 7th 2011 10:00 AM
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Visitors to Ottawa can be overwhelmed by choice when it comes to museums. The city is home to museums focusing on everything from nature and fine art to currency and skiing. Very few visitors can hope to see them all, so here are some of the best.
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Ottawa on a Budget

by Laura Byrne Paquet. Posted Feb 3rd 2011 04:00 PM
Ottawa on a budget

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Ottawa isn't a notoriously expensive city, but most of us still like to save a few dollars while we're on vacation. Here are a few ways to keep your budget in line.
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5 Best Photo Opportunities in Ottawa

by Laura Byrne Paquet. Posted Feb 2nd 2011 04:00 PM
Photo Opportunities in Ottawa

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As Canada's capital, Ottawa is home to national landmarks galore: Parliament Hill, the Rideau Canal, and many others worth a photograph or two. But you'll also find charming corners that have nothing to do with the city's political status. Here are some of our favourite photo spots.
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