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Ottawander

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Ottawander

Year: 2016
Producer: Created and Produced by Andrew King
Genre: Entertainment

Take a walk and unwind with Ottawander – a beautiful and meditative exploration of the National Capital. Drift through Ottawa’s most significant streets and absorb the city’s best kept secrets with the help of an invisible tour guide. Set to inventive and atmospheric contemporary local music.

Episodes

Episode 1: Sparks Street

From political assassinations to secret underground movie theatres, explore one of Ottawa’s most storied streets in the calm of night.

Episode 2: Richmond Road

Take a walk through Westboro Village – one of Ottawa’s trendiest neighbourhoods built on a rich history of commerce, leisure, and bare-knuckle street brawls.

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