NCC Initiatives for Canada’s 150th Anniversary – Online Public Survey
For Canada’s 150th anniversary, the National Capital Commission focused its efforts on building a legacy that would endure for the next 50 years of Confederation. As the long-term planner and steward of Canada’s Capital Region, the NCC’s legacy projects were designed to offer Canadians a unique experience and instill a sense of pride in their Capital. 

The legacy initiatives included:
  • NCC Confederation Pavilions:  a collection of architecturally and historically significant buildings that were transformed with the support of creative partners.
  • Capital Beautification Projects: lasting initiatives that enhance the Capital’s beauty including infrastructure improvements and special programs.
  • Enhanced Outdoor Programs: special editions of popular NCC programs including Sunday Bikedays, the Rideau Canal Skateway, and programs in Gatineau Park.
  • Partnership Initiatives: the NCC is contributing to special projects that enhance the distinctive quality of Canada’s Capital Region, including MosaïCanada 150, the restoration of the National Arts Centre and the Canada Science and Technology Museum. 
If you experienced one or more of these initiatives, we want to hear your thoughts. Some events may not have occurred yet. If you experience some of these events later this year and want to share your opinions, please feel free to complete the survey again for these events only.

Please note that your answers will be confidential. The personal information will be used for the purposes of analyzing the results of this survey. If you have any questions, please contact the NCC at 613-239-5000 or
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