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Bruce Farm

Qualicum-Graham Park or Qualicum is a suburban neighbourhood in College Ward in the City of OttawaOntarioCanada. It is located in the former City of Nepean in the west end of the city. Many of the residences in the area are executive homes situated on large lots (100x100) being built in the 1960s.[citation needed]Qualicum Street boasts large custom houses built by Bill Teron.[citation needed] The neighbourhood is bounded to the north by the Queensway, to the west by Richmond Road, to the south by Baseline Road, and to the east by Morrison Drive at the former Ottawa-Nepean border towards Redwood. Named after Qualicum Beach in British Columbia.

The neighbourhood was originally woods and farms. At the southwest tip of Qualicum the Bruce family owned the farm until the community's development in 1961. Today the farm is Bruce Farm Park. The community was built between 1961 and 1967.  Graham Creek meanders through the neighbourhood. Starts at the Bruce Pit Quarry near Trend-Arlington and ends at Andrew Hayden Park at the Ottawa River.

The community is close to many attractions and amenities. It is home to The Queesnway Carleton Hospital which opened in 1976; was originally part of the Bruce farmland. It is very close to Bayshore Shopping Centre and Pinecrest Shopping Mall.