the most significant and beautiful building in Ottawa, you can take a lot of pictures with joy and walk through Parliament Hill exploring different views of Ottawa and Hall
Capitol Hill in Ottawa is also one of Canada's political institutions. The buildings are numerous, government agencies and a western model. The area is also a political center, with well-established facilities.
Although the East District is under construction, I still took some beautiful photos of the buildings and the Peace Tower. I also booked a guided tour of the Eastern District and the House of Representatives online. The guard changes before 10 am every working day. It was a great experience to go inside the House of Representatives in person. There will be fireworks on Wednesday and Saturday nights, and there will be a light show in the north at 9:30 every night.
The Canadian neighbourhood government is located in the city, which is built year round, and there are always protests when it is not built. It is next to the river, which is nice to see, but not so grand.
When the Canadian Confederation was established in 1867, it inherited the cabinet system under the British constitutional monarchy, or parliamentary system. The Federal Assembly is the highest legislative body, composed of the Queen (represented by the Governor), the Senate and the House of Representatives. The governor has no real executive power, and his main responsibility is to convene and dissolve the parliament and sign bills passed by the parliament. The political party that won the majority of seats in the House of Representatives in the general election forms a government, and the leader of that party serves as prime minister. The prime minister and cabinet members must be members. In addition, the cabinet members must have at least one senator whose position is the leader of the government in the Senate.
We stayed at the Westin in downtown Ottawa, and were only 20 minutes walk from Capitol Hill. The entire Capitol building is a long strip, with a spire tower 90 meters high in the middle, and a large green lawn in front of it. The day we went, we were in time for Canadian Police Day, and it was expected that the police in the whole city were gathered here, very lively.