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    • 29 JUL 16
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    Ottawa Immigrant Heritage Walking Tours

    Ottawa Immigrant Heritage Walking Tours

    WOW Held every year at the end of June since it was first launched in 2013, Welcoming Ottawa Week (WOW) is a series of celebrations, cultural activities, sporting events, documentary screenings, talks, and other great events designed to welcome newcomers to Ottawa. WOW creates opportunities for immigrant and Canadian-born residents to connect and get to

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    • 25 JUL 16
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    New heritage sites on Ottawa XYZ!

    New heritage sites on Ottawa XYZ!

    There are many different designations of built heritage sites in Ottawa. Some historic sites may have multiple designations, and at more than one level (international, national, provincial, and local). Some designations include some legal protections for the historic elements of the site. Here is an overview of some of the different designations of built heritage

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    • 07 JUL 16
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    Explore local history and culture during Archaeology Month in August

    Explore local history and culture during Archaeology Month in August

    View Map! If you’re interested in archaeology, then Ottawa is the place to be during Archaeology Month, which takes place August 1 to 31. The City of Ottawa is hosting fun activities for enthusiasts of all ages at City Hall and Pinhey’s Point Historic Site. Here are some of the activities happening in and around

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    • 24 MAY 16
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    Doors Open Ottawa 2016

    Doors Open Ottawa 2016

    View the Map! Doors Open Ottawa – Explore Ottawa’s culture, history, and architecture for free June 4 and 5, 2016! The City of Ottawa is proud to unveil the 2016 Doors Open Ottawa building participant list, featuring 19 new additions and over 130 of the city’s historically, culturally, and functionally significant buildings. The annual architecturalRead more →

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