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    • 13 JUN 17
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    Ottawa XYZ is back!

    Ottawa XYZ is back!

    You may have noticed that there was no activity on this site for several months. This was due to staffing challenges. However, the City of Ottawa has identified its re-commitment in the areas of cultural mapping, statistics, indicators, reporting, and research. So Ottawa XYZ is back! Here are some of the things you can expect

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    • 07 JUN 17
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    Immigrant Heritage Walking Tours – Back for 2017!

    Immigrant Heritage Walking Tours – Back for 2017!

    As part of Welcoming Ottawa Week, June 20 to 30, 2017, the public is invited to participate in guided walking tours of Chinatown, Little Italy, Lowertown West, and Lowertown East. These tours explore the important contributions of immigrants to the social, cultural, and economic development and vitality of these unique Ottawa neighbourhoods. These free tours,

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    • 06 JUN 17
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    Updated! – The Cumberland Town Historical Publication

    Updated! – The Cumberland Town Historical Publication

    Glimpses of Cumberland Township Along the old Montreal Road, and towards the south, lies the historic township of Cumberland. It has undergone considerable change over the past two centuries: from rugged wilderness, to bustling villages; from industrious farmsteads, to vibrant urban communities. “Glimpses of Cumberland Township: For the Honour of Our Ancestors” pays tribute to

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    • 31 MAY 17
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    Doors Open Ottawa 2017

    Doors Open Ottawa 2017

    Doors Open Ottawa – Explore Ottawa’s culture, history, and architecture for FREE June 3 and 4, 2017! The City of Ottawa is proud to present Doors Open Ottawa, a free annual architectural event that celebrates our community’s built heritage. During the first full weekend in June, over 150 historically, culturally, and functionally significant buildings willRead more →

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