Carillon Canal National Historic Site
Opened in 1833, the Carillon Canal was initially built for military purposes. Located 100 kilometres from Montreal, the canal is today a pleasure boating waterway. You'll be amazed by the lock and its guillotine gate, which enable to navigate a 20-metre drop!
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Carillon Barracks National Historic Site
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Rideau Canal National Historic Site
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