Booth Street

Ottawa, Ontario

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The Booth Street campus is located between Orangeville, Rochester and Norman Streets in Ottawa, Ontario.

Canada Lands Company acquired the 6.5 acres (2.5 hectares) Booth Street campus from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) in October 2015. 

Canada Lands will meet with the municipality, as well as conduct a thorough due diligence process of the site so that the company can understand the constraints, challenges and opportunities presented by the site.

Canada Lands recognizes the importance of heritage commemoration and preservation where possible in all of its developments. Canada Lands intends to carry out a heritage strategy in consultation with the City of Ottawa as part of the planning process which will commemorate and celebrate the history of the site, while also seeking to reserve and reintegrate some buildings, facades, and/or elements, where possible. The company believes that any new buildings and landscaping should reinforce the heritage character and assist in the historical interpretation of the site. 

Canada Lands looks forward to working with the city and the community during the development process. Like every community in which Canada Lands operates, the company will ultimately seek input from the local community through both its own and the municipal planning process. Our consultation process for this property will begin after the initial due diligence process is completed. 

Property Update

2017 01 23

Canada Lands Company is pleased to invite you to an information meeting regarding its Booth Street property. Join us to learn about Canada Lands, what it does and how it operates, as well as receive information regarding the upcoming consultation process for the redevelopment of the Booth Street site. If you plan to attend we would appreciate notice through an RSVP.

Light refreshments will be served. Thank you.

Date: January 24, 2017
Time: 7:00 - 9:00pm
Location: St. Anthony’s Banquet Hall (523 St Anthony St, Ottawa)


Booth Street

Ottawa, Ontario



Rodger Martin



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