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Ontario #417 Highway Guide

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Highway #417 - Quebec / Ontario Border
Note Highway #417 becomes Quebec Highway #40 east of border. West to city of Ottawa, Ontario. East to city of Montreal, Quebec. - Attractions in and around Montreal, Quebec: Hellenic Annual Flame Festival, offers Quebec Greek culture and way of life with a Mediterranean experience. - Atwater Market - Biodome of Montreal - Botanical Garden of Montreal - Chateau Ramsey Museum, features Montral life for more than 300 years. - La Fete des Neiges de Montreal Winter Festival - Marguerite-Bourgeoys Museum, a 300-year-old chapel, a museum of history and an archaeological site. - McCord Museum of Canadian History - Mondial de la Biere festival - Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - Museum of Contemporary Art - Stuart Museum.
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Exit #8 - Junction of Highway #4 regional (photo, view from camground)
North to Voyageur Ontario, Provincial Park. The park has 416 campsites, 110 of which have electrical service. Campgrounds can accommodate tents, trailers and recreational vehicles. All campsites are within an easy walk of comfort stations and showers, 110 elec.sites (with 15-amp and 30-amp hookups) in Champlain and Portage campgrounds. Voyageur Park has five group campground sites that accommodate up to 100 people. The sites are none electric, with water and vault toilets on site. The Park day use area offers The day-use area offers a baseball diamond, picnic tables, barbecue grills, a comfort station, drinking-water taps, a picnic shelter, a park store with food concession and a boat/canoe rental facility.
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Exit #9 - Junction of Highway #17 regional
West to community of Hawkesbury, Ontario. Hawkesbury, Ontario is located on the south shore of the Ottawa River.
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Exit #17 - Junction of Highway #10 regional
West to community of Vankleek Hill, Ontario. This farming community was a thriving community even in the 1890s and still retains many of the original buildings. Vankleek Hill, known as the Gingerbread Capital Of Ontario (carvings on the eaves of the towns houses)
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Exit #27 Junction of Highway #34
North to community of Vankleek Hill, Ontario. South to community of Alexandria, Ontario.
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Exit #35 - Junction of Highway - #23 regional (McCrimmon Road)
North to community of St. Bernardin, Ontario.
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Exit #51 - Junction of Highways - #9 & #20
North to community of Isidore, Ontario. South to community of Maxville, Ontario. The area was originally settled in 1792. Maxville, Ontario, hosts the annual 'Glengarry Highland Games', one of North America's largest, festivals of Scottish culture. The festival is held on the first long weekend in August.
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Junction of Highway #138 - Access to Sand Road Sugar Camp
South to communities of Moose Creek, Ontario. South to Sand Road Sugar Camp. The Sugar Camp is open to all visitors throughout the sugaring season. The Camp features one of North America's oldest maple sugar traditions. South to city of Cornwall, Ontario. Attractions in Conwall, Ontario: The Cornwall Community Museum, Features the Museums house and furnishings from the Loyalist days to the 1950's. - Cornwall Regional Art Gallery. - Historic Cornwall Jail Cornwall, Built in 1834; Tours are available.
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Truck Weigh Scales and Inspection Station
North side of highway, west bound traffic.
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View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway.
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Exit #66 - Junction of Highway #7 regional
Community of Casselman, Ontario, travel infirmation. South to community of St. Albert, Ontario.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Nation River
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Exit 79 - Junction of Highways #5 & #37 regional
Services at highway. North to community of Limoges
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View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway.
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Point of Interest
East Boundry of Canada's Capital Region.
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Exit #88 - Junction of Highways #33 & #17 regional
North to community of Vars, Ontario. South to communities of Embrun, Ontario, Russell, Ontario.
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Exit 96 - Junction of Highway #41 regional (Boundary Road)
South to communities of Edwards, Ontario, Russell, Ontario. North to community of Carlsbad Springs, Ontario. In 1870 mineral waters was discovered at Carlsbad Springs,a spa-hotel was built. The water became popular,was shipped out to points in Ontario and Quebec.
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Exit #104 (Anderson Road)
Access to highway #27 regional
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Exit #110 (Walkley Road)
Services at highway, information. Access to airport
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Exit #112 - Innes Road
Access to downtown Ottawa, Ontario.
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Exit #115 access to St. Laurent Blvd.
North to Vanier, Ontario. The Vanier community is now part of Greater Ottawa, it is located. to the east of Ottawa across the Rideau River.
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View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway
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Exit #117 ( Vanier Parkway )
Access to Riverside Drive
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Exit #118 ( Nicholas Street ) Junction of Highway #5
North to city of Hull, Quebec: located on the west bank of the Gatineau River and the north shore of the Ottawa River, accross from the city of Ottawa, Ontario.
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Exit #119 - City of Ottawa, Ontario
North to Parliament Hill, Canada's Parliament Buildings. Parliament Hill is among Canada's most recognizable heritage sites. Access to downtown Ottawa, Ontario, City of Hull, Quebec.
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City of Ottawa, Ontario
Photo; Changing of the Guard in front of Parliament Buildings. The Changing of the Guard on Parliament Hill is a daily event from June to August, at 10.00 am. This historic ceremony together with the Governor General's Foot Guards and the Canadian Grenadier Guards accompanied by the band of the Ceremonial Guard is a must see.
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City of Ottawa Ontario
Parliament Hill, view from Ottawa River. Parliament Buildings Peace Tower. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. - Attractions in and around Ottawa, Ontario: - Canadian Tulip Festival. The Canadian Tulip Festival has grown into one the largest Tulip Festival in the world. - Ottawa Fringe Festival, artists, performers and musicians along with 15 venues held in the heart of the city. - Canada Dance Festival - Ottawa International Writers Festival - Ottawa International Writers Festival - Odawa Pow Wow - Ottawa Busker Festival - Ottawa Bluesfest, one Canadas foremost music festivals, including the Blues, Rock, Jazz, Funk, Soul, Rap, Folk, music. - Ottawa Folk Festival, one of the 'Top 50 Ontario Festivals' - The Ottawa International Jazz Festival. National Gallery of Canada, displays of Inuit art, religion, Canadian sculpture, spacious galleries, and interior gardens and courtyards. - Canadian War Museum, a major national museum of military history, looking at Canadas military past from earliest times to the present day. - Canadian Museum of Civilization. This is Canada's largest and most popular cultural institution, featuring the world's largest indoor collection of totem poles - Canada Aviation Museum, the museum features the history of aviation through some of the 120 aircraft on display - Canada Agriculture Museum, Ottawa. features, history of Canada's farming industry. - National Archives of Canada, collects, preserves the published literature of Canada. - Canadian Museum of Nature, features displays of insects, prehistoric dinosaurs, animals.
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City of Ottawa Ontario
NOTE: For highway travel east of Ottawa, Ontario, via highway #17 The Trans Canada Highway - See Road Map Highway #17 Travel Guide - Ottawa, Ontario to Pembroke, Ontario, The Trans Canada Highway Northern Route, for driving directions. Start/Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e