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Exit #119 - Junction of Highway #417 #5 - City of Ottawa, Ontario
North to Parliament Hill, Canada's Parliament Buildings. The Centre, East and West blocks of the Parliament Buildings were constructed between 1859 and 1866. Parliament Hill is among Canada's most recognizable heritage sites. - Access to downtown Ottawa, Ontario, city of Hull, Quebec. Attractions in and around Ottawa, Ontario: Ottawa Fringe Festival, artists, performers and musicians along with 15 venues held in the heart of the city. - Canadian Tulip Festival. The Canadian Tulip Festival has grown into one the largest Tulip Festival in the world. - 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 Museum of Civilization. This is Canada's largest and most popular cultural institution, featuring the world's largest indoor collection of totem poles - Canadian War Museum, a major national museum of military history, looking at Canadas military past from earliest times to the present day. - Canada Aviation Museum, the museum features the history of aviation through some of the 120 aircraft on display - National Archives of Canada, collects, preserves the published literature of Canada. - Canadian Museum of Nature, features displays of insects, prehistoric dinosaurs, animals, Canada Agriculture Museum, Ottawa. features, history of Canada's farming industry.
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Ottawa, Ontario - 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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Parliament Hill, Ontario - Looking at the Ottawa, River
View from the Ontario Ottawa River, Looking at the Parliament Buildings Peace Tower. The Ottawa Rivers total length is river is 1,271 kms. The rivers source is Lake Capimitchigama, in the Laurentian Mountains. The Ottawa River flows into the Lake of Two Mountains and the St. Lawrence River at Montreal, Quebec,
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Exit #121a ( Bronson Ave access ) City of Ottawa, Ontario
South to Ottawa Macdonald Cartier International Airport
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Exit #122 ( Parkdale Road )
Access fron highway.
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Exit #123 ( Fisher Ave access )
Access fron highway.
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Exit #124 ( Merivale Road )

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Exit #126 ( Maitland Ave )
Access to Nepean, Ontario. Attractions in and around Nepean, Ontario - The Nepean Museum; Features, preserving the history of the City of Nepean and area.
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Exit #127a ( Woodroffe Ave )

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Exit #127b
South to city of Nepean, Ontario.
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Exit #129 - (Pinecrest Road )
Access fron highway.
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Exit #130 - Richmond Road
Access fron highway.
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Junction of Highway #416
South to city of Nepean. South to highway #401
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Exit #134
Access to Nepean Sailing Club.
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Exit #138 - City of Nepean, Ontario
Access to highway #49 regional (March Road). North to Ottawa Nepean Campground,full service. North to community of Kanata, Ontario. - Nepean Campground Facilities: Sites have electricity and water; Each site has a picnic table and fire pit; There are shower facilities and flush toilets, sanitary dump station, campsite store, laundromat, pay telephones, picnic area, children's playground, hiking Trail. NOTE: There are tours to the city of Ottawa that can be booked here at the campstore. Milebymile staff, took the Ottawa city tour and it is recommended. The tour people pick you up at the campground.
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Exit #140 ( Terry Fox Drive )
Services at highway
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Exit #144 Junction of Highway #5 regional
South to community of Stittsville, Ontario. Attractions in Stittsville, Ontario: The Goulbourn Historical Society and Museum; The museum features artefacts, information and the early history of the Stittsville area with emphasis on the 100th Regiment of Foot, Goulbourns soldier-settlers. -- North to community of Carp, Ontario. Located on the Carp River which runs through the village. - Attractions in Carp, Ontario: The Diefenbunker, and Cold War museum. The museum is a National Historic Site of Canada. The Facility was originally built, as a safe haven for Government officials, during the Cold War era.
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Exit #145- Junction of Highway #7
Services at highway. South to community of Carlton Place, Ontario, city of Toronto, Ontario. - NOTE highway #417 becomes Highway #17 Trans Canada Highway Northern Route. Highway #7 Trans Canada Highway Central Ontario Route. NOTE: For highway travel via Ontario Highway #7 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide 'The Trans Canada Highway' #7(Central Ontario Route) The Town of Perth, Ontario To City of Ottawa, Ontario, for driving directions.

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Exit #155 ( March Road )
Services at highway. North to community of Carp, Ontario. - South to community of Almonte, Ontario, 16kms. Almonte, Ontario is located on the Mississippi River which runs throughthe town. Attractions in and around Almonte, Ontario: Mississippi Valley Textile Museum. The Museum offers the history of Almonte's once-booming textiles industry. - Mill of Kintail an 1830-era building, former summer home of the renowned sculptor R. Tait McKenzie. The Mill hosts craft workshops and events throughout the year. - Naismith Museum & Hall of Fame. Dr. James Naismith is known world wide as the inventor of sport of basketball. - Almonte, Ontario's Puppets Up International festival, held in August in downtown historic, Almonte. - North Lanark Highland Games; Scottish culture and heritage held in Almonte on the banks of Ontario's Mississippi River. - Naismith 3 on 3 Annual Basketball Fesitval, one hundred teams participating annually on the streets of Almonte, Ontario. - Almonte's Ontario,CeltFest, celebrating historical Celtic traditions.
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View of highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway, Northern Ontario Route.
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Granger Park Road
Access to Granger Campground, Ontario.
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Community of Antrim, Ontario - Junction of Highway #20 Regional
North to community of Kinburn, Ontario. South to community of Pakenham, Ontario.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Ontario's Mississippi River. The, Ontario, Mississippi River is a tributary of the Ottawa River. The river is 169 kilometres (105 mi) long, its source is Upper Mazinaw Lake. Ontario. The river has Bass and Walleye Fishing.
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Junction of Highway #22 regional
North to community of Galetta, Ontario. North to Fitzroy Ontario Provincial Park. Two campgrounds offer 235 treed and private campsites, 107 with electrical service and 205 with room for trailers. A separate area features facilities for group camping and picnicking. Comfort stations with showers and laundry facilities are centrally located in each campground.
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Community of Arnprior, Ontario
Access from highway. Attractions in and around Arnprior, Ontario: - Renfrew County Celtic Dance Competition: Music, dancing, held on the banks of the Ontario, Ottawa River competing in the annual Caitlin Stewart Memorial Highland Dance Competition held in Arnprior, Ontario. - Arnprior & District Museum, features, features, artifacts, photographs, clothing, and implements all relating to the local heritage of Arnprior and surrounding district.
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Junction of Highway #59 regional

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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Madawaska River. The Madawaska River is 230 km (143 mi) long. The river originates at Source Lake, Ontario in the highlands of Algonquin Ontario, Provincial Park. Park.
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Junction of Highway #2 regional
South to community of White Lake, Ontario. Species of fish found in White Lake, Ontario, include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, yellow pickerel (walleye), rock bass, yellow perch, bullheads, and bluegills.
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Junction of Highway #508 Regional
South to communities of Burnstown, Ontario, Springtown, Ontario, Calabogie, Ontario.
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Junction of Highway 63 regional

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View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway, Northern Ontario Route.
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Junction of highway #6 regional
South to community of Renfrew, Ontario. Located on the Ontario, Bonnechere River. Attractions in and around Renfrew, Ontario. The McDougall Mill Museum, features, artifacts, military display, Victorian clothing, wedding dress gallery, doll collection, glass wares and history of Renfrews early Industrial days. This stone mill was built in 1855 and overlooks the Renfrew's historic Swinging Bridge. - Renfrew Ontario, Valleyfest.
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Junction of Highways #132 & #60
South to Communities of Renfrew, Ontario, Shamrock, Ontario, Balaclava, Ontario.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Bonnechere River, Ontario. The Ontario, Bonnechre River starts in Algonquin Park. The river is 145 km lond and emties into the Ontario, Ottawa River.
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Junction of Highway #20 regional
North to community of Castleford, Ontario. Access to Stoni Ridge Campground.
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Junction of Highway #4 regional ( Storyland Road)
Access to Renfrew Koa Campgrounds
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View from highway
Driving west on the Trans Canada Highway, Northern Ontario Route.
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Junction of Highways #61regional south & Highway #653 regional

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Truck Highway Turnout
Truck turnout, north side of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
North side of highway
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Junction of Highway #21 regional
North to Ottawa River Provincial Park. There are no visitors' facilities. Visitors should be highly skilled in wilderness trekking and white-water rafting.
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Junction of Highway #8
Community of Cobden, Ontario. South to community of Eganville, Ontario,there is a campground in town. South to Lower Madawaska River Provincial Park. Facilities include parking, earth pit toilets, fire pits and 36 canoe-in campsites. The park offers good hiking as well as canoeing, fishing and camping.
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Bona Vista Campground, Ontario
North side of highway. Campground facilities: Water and Hydro on all tent sites as well as fire pits and picnic tables, boat docks, pull through sites with full hook-up (Hydro, water and sewage),dump Station. The campground is located on Ontario's, Muskrat Lake fishing for Walleye, Bass, Lake Trout, and Rainbows.
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Lakeside R V Park and Camp, Ontario
North side of highway. Located on Ontario's, Muskrat Lake.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Snake River. The Snake River flows from Ontario's, Lake Dor to Muskrat Lake.
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Junction of Highway #13 (Mountain Road south) ( Cornerview Road north)
South to community of Micksburg, Ontario.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ontario, Muskrat River, The river flows from Edmunds Lake, Ontario, continuing through Blanchards Lake, Ontario, Smiths Lake, Ontario, Lake Galilee, Ontario, Dump Lake, Ontario, Eadys Lake, Ontario and Pumphouse Lake, Ontario.
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Junction of Highway #40 regional
Access to community of Pembroke, Ontario. Pembroke, is located at the confluence of the Ontario, Muskrat River and the Ontario, Ottawa River - Attractions in and around Pembroke, Ontario: Pembroke Farmers' Market, running, every Wednesday and Saturday; 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. May to October. - Pembroke Haunted History Walking Tour, held every second Friday evening from May to October starting at 7 pm.
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Junvtion of Highway #24 (Whitewater Road)
Access from highway
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Junction to Highway #41
North to city of Pembroke, Ontario South to Community of Rankin, Ontario. South access to Dore Lake, Ontario.
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City of Pembroke via highway #41 - Photo Down Town Pembroke, Ontario
All services. Pembroke, Ontario hosts an Old Time Fiddling and Step Dancing Competition Week (usually held around the labour day weekend) Mile by mile staff visited Pembroke, it is a must see event, check dates. -- Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide, for continuance of this highway, see Milebymile.com Section #5 - Pembroke, Ontario to North Bay, Ontario for driving directions. -e