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Day 37 of a 365-Day Portrait of Canada: So many pairs to buy, how does one choose? Byward Market, Ottawa, Ontario

 

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As soon as people heard that we were from out-of-town, they told us to head to the Market. The ByWard Market is a fun and lively place in downtown Ottawa. We were there at a quieter time of the year, but it was still a prime people-watching area. The district comprises the main commercial part of the historic Lower Town area of Ottawa.

The market itself is Canada’s oldest continuously operating farmers’ market. The market building is open year-round, and open-air stalls are operated in the warmer months offering fresh produce and flowers.

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