Archaeologists dig up a story from Ottawa’s past

It’s 1885 and the city of Ottawa is a different place. The LeBreton Flats are not an empty space next to the Canadian War Museum to hold Ottawa Bluesfest each year. Instead, they are a busy part of the growing national capital, a settlement of mostly labourers and the home of Ottawa’s second oldest train station between Booth and Broad Streets.

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