166 Glebe Ave
K1S 2C5 CANADA
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Our Neighbourhood – The Glebe
Algonquin Land and History
The Glebe is a part of the Algonquin traditional territory and is unceded. The Algonquin were one of the indigenous nations who were party to the Treaty at Niagara in 1764 which ratified the Royal Proclamation of 1763 and was encoded in the Twenty Four Nations Wampum Belt. Beginnings of a tentative land claim settlement settlement was announced in December 2012, but may not reflect a full recognition of the treaty rights.
The Glebe House which is the location of Angela’s Bed & Breakfast, was built in 1898. The Glebe has a rich settler history since about the mid-1800s. It grew out of a Clergy Reserve granted to St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in 1837. By the 1890s it was a streetcar suburb two miles south of Parliament
Today the Glebe has a unique, urban village character in the heart of Ottawa.