Ottawa Downtown Map

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Map of downtown Ottawa showing all roads, road names, political boundaries, transit, points of interest, parks, schools, churches, public buildings and landmarks.

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Map of Downtown Ottawa

This street map of downtown Ottawa Ontario shows all roads, road names, political boundaries, transit, points of interest, parks, schools, churches, public buildings and landmarks. Considered as the central area Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Downtown Ottawa is the commercial and economic centre of the city. The city of Ottawa is also known as the Central Business District and contains Ottawa’s financial district.

Bordered by the Ottawa River to the North, the Rideau Canal to the East, Gloucester Street to the South and Bronson Avenue to the West, Downtown Ottawa and the residential neighbourhood to the south are also known locally as ‘Centretown’.


Ottawa’s economy is majorly concentrated on high technology and the federal government. The latter has even witnessed sustained growth since the year 2001, which has helped the economy to remain stable and grow manifolds. Technology sector grew larger and substantially grew in the initial months of the year 2006.

Ottawa’s rural sector also plays an important role with the rural economy contributing over $1 billion to the GDP. Agriculture alone accounts for $400 million, $136.7 million of which is farm-gate sales. Rural economic activity includes such things as agriculture, retail sales, construction, forestry and mining, tourism, manufacturing, personal and business services, and transportation, to name a few.

Landmarks and Buildings

Downtown Ottawa is dominated by government buildings, including Parliament Hill and the Supreme Court. Most prominent buildings are situated along Wellington, Sparks and Elgin streets. Most of the buildings are office towers containing the various government departments. Rideau Canal, Upper Canada Village, Laurier House, Rideau Hall, Royal Canadian Mint, Canadian Museum of History, National Gallery of Canada, Canadian War Museum, Major’s Hill Park, etc are important buildings in the city.

Population and Ethnicity

Population of the Downtown Ottawa area as per the 2016 Census is 4, 876. Ottawa’s ethnicity can be described as White: 74.2% (28.4% Canadian, 24.3% English, 22.5% Irish, 21.5% French, 19.8% Scottish, 8.4% German, 4.9% Italian), Black: 5.7%, Chinese: 4.0%, South Asian: 3.9%, Arab: 3.7%, Southeast Asian: 1.6%, Filipino: 1.2%, Latin American: 1.2%, West Asian: 0.9%, Korean: 0.3%, Japanese: 0.2%; Other visible minority: 0.2%, Multiple visible minorities: 0.7%; Aboriginal: 2.1%

Publisher: Lucidmap

Lucidmap publishing house is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. They work as a team of best cartographers, graphic designers and GIS specialists in the industry. The company presently dominates as the largest one in the Canadian market that sells printed map products, atlases, folded maps, and also offers custom cartographic and GIS services.

Business centres in Ottawa Downtown District

A diverse city consisting of a multitude of neighbourhoods like:

Centretown: The financial and political centre of Ottawa is an important business sector that provides more commercial space, eclectic shops, pubs, restaurants and more.

Glebe and Old Ottawa South: The two neighbourhoods consisting of vibrant restaurants, boutiques, independent stores and a close-knit community.

Byward Market/Downtown: Called as the heart of the city, the Byward Market houses eclectic shops, boutiques, artisan markets, museums, art galleries, nightclubs and trendy restaurants with secluded courtyards.

Hintonburg and Westboro: An increasingly lively street, these neighbourhoods have established themselves as a destination for food, shopping and nightlife. Easily accessible by major roads and public transit, the region also has significant business setups.

Kanata: The suburban neighbourhood west of the city is home to retails, golf courses, schools, and some of the world's most innovative companies.

Manotick: Considered to be one of the most scenic communities, Manotick has all the speciality boutiques, art galleries, retails, cafe, pubs and restaurants among other corporate hubs.

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SKU lucidmap-LWM71-1
Publication Date 2021
Locations Ottawa
Language English
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