This is Annunciation Orthodox Cathedral, taken on a bright day in early April. The church is found in the Chinatown area.
On a more gloomy day, I came by Eglise Unie Saint-Marc, a French speaking United Church in Ottawa. It has the distinction as the main Francophone Protestant church in the city, and its congregation was founded as a Presbyterian church in 1874. It would join the United Church as part of the movement in Canada during the 1920s that joined together the Methodists, Congregationalists, and part of the Presbyterian denominations. Its architectural style is a blend of Norman and Gothic styles.
Late one afternoon in late April, I decided to stop in at St. Matthew's Anglican Church, which is in the Glebe. I have featured this church on occasion before, but it's been awhile. The approach I took this time led into the courtyard between the church and the low rise condominium complex beside it.
Here we have the walkway between the two buildings that can be glimpsed above.
While this is the front view. The church dates to 1898, and is particularly striking in late afternoon sunlight.