7magazine re lavalPhotos naturelles et spontanées pour capturer la vraie vie, les petits et les gros moments. The storyline and battle between, long Ma the horse dragon and Kumo the spider drew crowds of more than 750,000 over four days in July. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press) Ottawa native Rachel Homan had an amazing curling season, coming out on top at the Roar of the Rings Olympic qualifiers in Ottawa in December. A winter version of MosaiCanada will open in January 2018. (Fred Chartland/The Canadian Press).
The Juno Awards graced the stage at the Canadian Tire Centre in 2017, with performances by Sarah McLachlan, A Tribe Called Red, Alessia Cara, Bryan Adams and Shawn Mendes. The night of the matchup between the Toronto Argonauts and Calgary Stampeders was perfectly Ottawa, with cold, heavy snow blanketing the field during game time. Ottawa was a busy and exciting city in 2017, and there are plenty of memorable photos to prove. The Ottawa Senators' run in the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs had big highs and devastating lows and one loss at the Canadian Tire Centre prompted a fan to discard their bra. The 105th Grey Cup was held this December in Ottawa in frigid conditions. Juno Awards, aboriginal dancers perform at the beginning of the Juno awards show Sunday April 2, 2017 in Ottawa. The Argonauts won the game 2724. She and her team will be heading to Pyeongchang next year for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Canada Day, fireworks burst over the Ottawa River during celebrations of Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation, in Gatineau, Que. Grey Cup The Toronto Argonauts run on the field before the start of the Canadian Football League's 105th Grey Cup championship game against the Calgary Stampeders in Ottawa. Candid and natural storytelling photo sessions that capture real life in an artistic way, preserving life's big and little moments. (Matthew Kupfer/CBC) More than two dozen people gathered in Eganville in early October to honour and remember the lives of three women who were murdered in Wilno, Ont., in September 2015. More than.3 million people visited the Jacques-Cartier Park exhibition, far surpassing the 800,000 visitors organizers had originally anticipated. MosaiCanada, the incredibly popular MosaiCanada exhibit at Jacques Cartier Park, which ran from June 30 to Oct. Wedding mariage family famille maternity newborn maternité nouveau né, capturing big and little moments. As the country prepared to celebrate its 150th birthday, the teepee served as a symbol of the unresolved grievances many Indigenous people still have. Haiti 40404, digicel, Voila, ireland 51210, vodafone, O2, india 53000. Italy 4880804, wind, vodafone see SMS short codes for other countries. 3 Rectangle 1ShapeoutlookpersonJoin Group on LayersImported LayersImported Sort by: Log in, englishEnglish 2018 Meetup, meetup is a wholly owned subsidiary of WeWork Companies Inc. Just days before the Canada Day celebrations, Indigenous protestors set up a teepee on the lawn of Parliament Hill. It's typical to see garbage littering the ground after the games, but undergarments are a bit less common. Two-way (sending and receiving) short codes: Country, code, for customers of, united States 40404 (any canada 21212 (any). Teepees and protestors, indigenous protesters erected a teepee on Parliament Hill ahead of the Canada Day celebrations marking the country's Confederation. A parked car sits on Saint-Louis Street as flood waters slowly recede in the Pointe-Gatineau neighbourhood in May 2017.
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La Machine, long Ma and Kumo, not pictured, were part of an eventful year of Canada 150 celebrations in Ottawa. Redbull Crashed Ice, four skaters leave the starting gate at the Crashed Ice championships in Ottawa on March 4, 2017. Stanley Cup playoffs, someone lost their bra after a massive loss by the Ottawa Senators during the Stanley Cup playoffs in 2017. Let's take a look back at some of the best photos of the past year. 15, surpassed its visitor goal two months earlier than expected. Capturer les petits et les gros moments. Remembering Anastasia, Nathalie and Carol Stephanie Keon-Pinkerton speaks at a vigil for three women killed in and near Wilno, Ont., west of Ottawa, on the eve of the trial of the man accused of killing them.