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Ottawa is the capital of Canada and located in the province of Ontario.

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What is the continent of Ottawa?

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Ottawa is not a continent. It is the capital city of Canada, located in the province of Ontario. Canada is a country located in North America.

What are the coordinates of the titanic wreakage using latitude and longitude?

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The two sections of the hull are about 720 meters apart on the sea floor.

The point roughly midway between them is located at

41.73033° north latitude

49.94848° west longitude.

Who is the member of Parliament for Scarborough?

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The member of Parliament for Scarborough and Whitby is Robert Goodwill. He has served since 2005.

Why does Toronto have a much milder winter than Ottawa your nation's capital even thought Ottawa is not much farther north?

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The moderating effect of the Great Lakes on Toronto's climate helps to keep temperatures milder in the winter compared to Ottawa, which does not have this influence. Additionally, Toronto's urban heat island effect from the city's infrastructure and population can also contribute to slightly warmer temperatures during the winter months.

Does Washington have a greater population then Ottawa does?

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Yes, Washington DC has a greater population than Ottawa. Washington DC has a population of around 700,000, while Ottawa has a population of around 1 million.

What is the population density of Brazil per square km?

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The population density of Brazil is approximately 25 people per square kilometer.

What is the population density of Ottawa?

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The population density of Ottawa is approximately 300 people per square kilometer.

What kind of jobs are available for drawing?

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There are many different types of degrees available in drawing and design, from drawing and painting as a fine art to three-dimensional design modeling. The jobs available depend on the nature of the degree, but many are related to the design of products such as fashion design, automotive design or industrial design.

How long does it take to train as an architect?

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It now takes an average of EIGHTEEN Years to become an architect.

  • You need approximately 5 years of undergraduate plus 3 more years of graduate school.
  • Then you must complete the requirements of the Internship Development Program. This means that licensed architects must supervise you as you complete a certain number of hours doing a certain number of different categories of architectural practice. In order to get all of your hours, you will probably need to job hop quite a bit, incurring moving costs each time. The IDP was intended to take three years. On average, it takes people 9 to 10 years.
  • Once you have completed the IDP, you will be allowed to take the Architectural Registration Examination. There are seven parts. If you fail one part, you will be required to wait six months before you are allowed to retake that part.

After you do all of that, you may now legally call yourself an "architect!"

What is the tower in the center of the parliament buildings called?

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The tower in the center of the Canadian parliament buildings is called the Peace Tower.

What is the speed range of various internet access services?

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Common Internet Speed Services:

1. Dial-up. 56kbits/s

2. DSL. 512kbits/s - 3mbits/s

3. Cable. 3mbits/s - 10mbits/s

4. Fiber Optic. 5mbits/s - 30mbits/s

*Speeds and services provided depend completely on specific ISP. Above are common ranges of speeds that many ISP's may offer today.

How did the Ottawa Senators get their nickname?

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Adàwe is the Algonquin word meaning "to trade". The Outaouaks were a trading nation of the Anishinàbe family. It is from Outaouak that "Ottawa" is derived. It is the English corruption of Adàwe.

What kind of jobs are available in Ottawa?

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The easiest way to find the jobs available in ones area would be to look in the classified section of the newspaper. There can be jobs from factories to hospitals.

Is Washington D.C. north of Ottawa?

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No. Washington DC, the capitol of the United States, is south of Ottawa.

How long does it take to train for a marathon?

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One mile increase per week, so 26 weeks if you haven't run much before

How many km is from Ottawa to Toronto?

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Without getting up and looking at a map, I'd guess at around 850 km.

How far is Ottawa from Vancouver appoximately?

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first optical smoke / heat detector to second optical smoke/heat detector maximum distance.

What is the province in which Ottawa and Toronto are located?

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Toronto is located in the province of Ontario

How many jobs are there in Ottawa?

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The federal government

What is the nickname of the Canadians from Ottawa?

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Some people use nickname Bytown. That was it's original name.

Did Lincoln ever live in Ottawa IL?

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No. He didn't. He was born in Kentucky, but later moved to Iowa, and then to Illinois. He lived in New Salem for a short time, then moved to Springfield Illinois. He considered Springfield his home; the only house Lincoln ever owned is in Springfield Illinois. Besides, if you think of it, Lincoln, Illinois had to be named AFTER Lincoln became president, therefore he could not have lived there as he died while living in the White House.

Lincoln was shot by John Wilkes Both on Good Friday 1865, in Ford Theater, while watching the play Our American Cousins. He died the next day. Rest In Peace Abraham Lincoln.

Is Ottawa colder than Moscow?

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Hard to say it all depends... Moscow is alot farther north but Europe gets hit with warm air coming from the caribbean..id say during summer months Moscow is cooler but during the winter I would give higher % to Ottawa being colder. I got my info from looking at weather patterns. It is November 27,2013 as I speak and it is "-3C in Moscow,Russia" and it is "-5C in Ottawa,Canada". Moscow's Temperatures for the week dips to a low of -8C while Ottawa's dips to -13C.

But right now it is -18C in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia so it is most likely the coldest capital city in the world...More or less because it has a very high elevation.

Is Ottawa in torrid temperate or frigid zone?

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It is a temperate zone which means that the sun is not directly overhead, and we experience the four seasons with temperatures that range from cold to warm.

What are citizens of Ottawa called?

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ottawan