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What it's Like to Retire in Ottawa

Ottawa is the capital of Canada and the second largest city of Ontario and the fourth largest in Canada. The population is over 800,000.  Located on the border of Quebec and Ontario, the city makes an ideal compromise capital for this bilingual country.
 

Where to Retire in Ottawa and Home Prices

There are active communities in Ottawa (see link at top right).
Average home prices in early 2011 were $338,000.
 

What is special about Ottawa

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What is not special about Ottawa

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Who will like retirement in Ottawa

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Local economy is driven by

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Climate and Physical Environment

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Restaurants & Cultural Scene

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Crime

Ottawa's crime rate, already lower than the national average, is steadily dropping.
 

Medical facilities

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Transportation

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Valuable Links

Ottawa on Wikipedia
 

What people are saying about Ottawa

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Facts about OTTAWA
  • State: CANADA
  • Environment: Urban,
  • City Population: 100,001+
  • Median age of Population: 0-24
  • Avg Jan Temperature: 0 -20
  • Avg July Temperature:
  • Median HH Income: 20,001-40,000
  • Average Home Price (MLS): $100,000-$200,000
  • Annual Property Tax on a $200,000 house: Less than 2000
  • Total Crime Index: <80 (Very low)
  • Cost of Living Index: 111-120 (high)
  • Culture Index: 121+ (very high)
  • State Sales Tax: Yes
  • State Income Tax: Yes
  • Name of the Guide: boomer1

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