Victoria Island Carbide Mill Cache
Among other things, Victoria Island is home to the 19th century ruins of Thomas Leopold "Carbide" WIlson's carbide mill. In 1892 he discovered a method to mass produce calcium carbide and got very rich from the endeavor, while at the same time laying the foundation for much of the chemical industry of the 20th century.
There is also an aboriginal meeting place on the Island which features a superb totem pole!
The Island offers great views of Ottawa/Hull including the Museum of Civilization, Parliament hill, and the Supreme Court of Canada.
The cache is hidden between the wooden slats of an old barge dock made of large railway ties and is accessible only from the water's edge (don't worry, you'll stay dry, there are large rocks to stand on!). It behind a wooden board and a rock has been positioned to provide some cover. Please dress the cache back up again when you place it back!