What’s Happening in Ottawa for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Next Friday, September 30th, is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. There are many events happening throughout the city that you can attend to help support Indigenous families and communities on a day for somber reflection. If you head down to LeBreton Flats Park, you can join APTN and the National Centre for Truth […]

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Ottawa’s Newest Library Facility Name Revealed

The Ottawa Public Library-Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility has officially been named “Ādisōke”. The word comes from the Anishinābemowin Algonquin language, and appropriately means “storytelling” in English.    The name of the new facility was announced this morning at 555 Albert Street, where the library will eventually stand. Leaders from the Kitigan Zibi Anishinābeg […]

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Ottawa Public Library Offering In-Person Services beginning July 5th

Don’t forget your library card! The Ottawa Public Library will offer in-person services at branches across the city beginning in July with reduced capacity and COVID-19 protocols in place. Some of the services on offer are pick ups for held items, browsing and reading magazines or newspapers on site. You can also use the pre-booked computer. This will […]

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The NAC Indigenous Theatre and Ottawa Public Library Partner Up for a 2021 Indigenous Book Club

Are you hoping to read more this year? The National Arts Centre’s Indigenous Theatre and the Ottawa Public Library have partnered up to bring you Our Stories: Indigenous Book Club. Each month from January until June, a book by an Indigenous author will be featured. Readers are invited to join a Facebook event page where discussion questions about […]

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