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Elgin Street and the Peace Tower.
Photo credit: Ottawa Tourism.

After a day enjoying the Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection conference, you may be up for a night out! Ottawa has a wide variety of choices from a full lineup of music, dance and theatre, plus popular touring acts and shows, a thriving local theatre scene to a night of gaming excitement.

Casino du Lac-Leamy
Surrounded by fountains and lakes, the Casino du Lac-Leamy in Gatineau features more than 1800 slot machines and 64 gaming tables in a smoke-free environment. Customers are offered a superb choice of restaurants including Five Diamond gastronomic dining at Le Baccara.

Yuk Yuk's and Absolute Comedy are among several comedy clubs available in the downtown core that have huge names, buffet meals, nightly shows and both professional as well as amateur nights.

The Gladstone
The Gladstone is Ottawa's newest and most exciting theatre venue. With Gladstone Productions as its resident live theatre production company, it offers the very best in professional theatre.

Great Canadian Theatre Company
Celebrating its 34th season at its new home the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre, the Great Canadian Theatre Company is a vibrant, professional, regional English-language theatre.

National Arts Centre
Canada's premier performing arts venue - the National Arts Centre – offers the perfect place to stroll before catching a show, or enjoying world-class dining with a wonderful view of the Rideau Canal at Le Café. Enjoy English or French theatre, various forms of dance, or the world-renowned National Arts Centre Orchestra.

Ottawa Little Theatre
Canada's oldest community theatre has been presenting comedies, mysteries and dramas for almost 100 years. Operated almost exclusively by volunteers, the theatre presents up to eight productions every season plus special events.

Scotiabank Place
The Ottawa region's premier sports and entertainment arena is located in the west end of Ottawa. This 19,153-seat venue has played host to some of the world's most popular performers including Bruce Springsteen, U2, Elton John and Shania Twain. It is also home to the National Hockey League's Ottawa Senators and regularly hosts events such as concerts, family shows, monster trucks, basketball, tradeshows, wrestling, skating events and gala dinner events.

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