Carillon Canal

Carillon Canal

 Defy the Ottawa rapids and sail the Carillon Canal! Opened in 1833, the Carillon Canal bypasses the rapids of the Ottawa River. Originally used for commercial shipping, the present-day canal is used almost exclusively for pleasure boating, and features a single lock, which raises and lowers boats 20 m in a single operation. 


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