|Side altar, St. Theresa of Liseux|
|Station of the Cross|
|This one has me a little flummoxed. It shows an evangelist, but with him are a boy, which means Matthew, but there is also an eagle in the picture, which means John.|
|Anyone know a st who had a vision while hunting?|
|This is a list of the parishioners who volunteered for service in the First World War. Sadly, the only name many will find of interest is the one below.|
|A.J. Casson, painter and member of the Group of Seven.|
|Statue of Significant Dead Guy, in this case William Lyon McKenzie King, our longest serving Prime Minister.|
|Statue of Queen on her favourite Canadian horse, with admirer.|
|The rare Ottawa pigeon.|
|Notre Dame, from across the river.|
|View across Ottawa River|
|While taking the river photos, a First World War biplane flew overhead. despite its slow speed, by then the camera's batteries were nearly dead, and by the time the camera clicked, the plane had moved off. That's it in the square.|
Close by was the Canada Revenue Agency.
There was more, naturally, but I only have so much room for photos.
After that, we next went to Upper Canada Village, a pioneer village set in the year 1866. Nice place, but I'll drop the photos, for now, and will post a little more tomorrow about the Montreal part of the trip, where, among other things, we dropped by St Patrick's basilica, and the Basilique de Notre Dame. Ottawa's Notre Dame, as beautiful as it was, by comparison was Notre Dame Lite.