News Category: Engagements

Updates: Construction Notice and Virtual Open House

A construction notice has been sent to those who live adjacent to the Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility construction site. It is to advise that construction on site is ramping up, and to inform residents of the construction activities planned between now and late May 2021. What:     Ottawa Public Library (OPL) and

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Online Indigenous Engagement Survey

The Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility’s project team is offering a new way for Indigenous peoples in the Ottawa-Gatineau area and across Canada to provide ideas, suggestions and input into the joint facility. On behalf of the project team, an online Indigenous engagement survey is being conducted by NVision Insight Group, an

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POSTPONED -Urban Indigenous Engagement Event

Urban Indigenous Engagement Event is POSTPONED – Please note: In-person City of Ottawa and Library and Archives Canada public engagement events will be cancelled until further notice. This is based on guidance to limit mass gatherings to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. This event will be rescheduled and a revised date will be provided

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Final workshops: Inspire the Iconic Features and Finishing Touches

The new Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility offers residents a great opportunity to contribute to a once in a generation project. Add your voice to the thousands who have inspired this exciting city building project and join us for the last design workshops on this future landmark destination. To complete the design,

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Ottawa residents and Canadians invited to share inspiration online for public art and landscape: Next phase of engagement for new OPL-LAC joint facility now live

The third phase of the Inspire555 series to engage the public and gather input on the new Ottawa Public Library (OPL) and Library and Archives Canada (LAC) joint facility is online now at Inspire555.ca. In a short questionnaire on Public Art and Landscape, Canadians from coast to coast are invited to share their thoughts on

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