About The NCC

The NCC is a Crown corporation that was created by Parliament in 1959 as the steward of federal lands and buildings in the National Capital Region, with a mandate and mission to build the Capital region into a source of pride and unity for Canadians.

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Discover The Capital

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Public Participation

We at the NCC strongly believe that public involvement and open dialogue with the public are key determining factors in the success of our projects, plans and programs.

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Plan, Preserve And Develop

Under the authority of the National Capital Act, the NCC is responsible for designing, building, maintaining and preserving federal assets in the Capital region in a way that will inspire Canadians with pride. The NCC owns more than 470 square kilometres of land in the National Capital Region (nearly 10 percent of the whole), and we are responsible for the care and maintenance of a varied collection of properties.