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Founded in 1826 as Bytown, and incorporated as Ottawa in 1855, the city has evolved into the political centre of Canada.
He also laid out the streets of the town and created two distinct neighbourhoods named "Upper Town" west of the canal and "Lower Town" east of the canal.
Similar to its Upper Canada and Lower Canada namesakes, historically 'Upper Town' was predominantly English speaking and Protestant whereas 'Lower Town' was predominantly French, Irish and Catholic.
It ranked 2nd nationally and 24th worldwide in the quality of life index and is consistently rated the best place to live in Canada.
Local populations used the area for wild edible harvesting, hunting, fishing, trade, travel, and camps for over 6500 years.