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Confederation Park Gardens
Category: Featured Gardens
Location: Elgin St. and Laurier Ave., Ottawa, ON, Canada

Confederation Park in Ottawa is one of the Capital’s main parks for public events and is used for hosting Winterlude activities and Canada Day celebrations amongst other events.

Confederation Park was officially opened in 1967 as part of Canada’s centennial celebrations. When not being used for events, Confederation Park is an urban oasis away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Ottawa, and hosts several sculptures and monuments, like the South African War Memorial, the National Aboriginal Veterans Monument, and the memorial fountain honoring Colonel By.

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