Organization 2015-2016


Board of Directors 2015-2016

President: Kelly Reid

Vice-President: Zehra Mawani

Secretary: Bret Reynolds

Treasurer: David McConnell

Other Directors:  AJ Adams, Erin Doiron, Jessica Ellison-Doody, MacKenzie Kimm


Ex-Officio: Paul Henry, City of Ottawa Archivist


Contact us: 613-580-2424 ext. 39721

Mail: Friends of the City of Ottawa Archives, c/o City of Ottawa, 100 Tallwood Dr. 2nd floor, Room 201, Ottawa K2G 4R7

Membership: Erin Doiron

Website & Facebook Admin: Kathy Krywicki, Cornelius von Baeyer, Zehra Mawani more / suite

Heritage Day 2015


Join the City of Ottawa Cultural and Heritage Services Branch in partnership with the Council of Heritage Organization in Ottawa at Ottawa City Hall on Tuesday, February 17, 2015, to browse the informational displays and mingle with the exhibitors at the 2015 Heritage Showcase. Find out how heritage is being celebrated in our community; learn about services offered by local heritage organizations, public programs and special initiatives, as well as professional development and volunteer opportunities.

This year’s theme: the importance of main streets at the heart of the community and what they tell about a community’s social and economic history.     more / suite

Exhibit presented by the City of Ottawa Archives: September 25, 2014 to March 21, 2015


Explore Ottawa’s blazing history! Learn about the legendary fires that shaped the capital and the effects those fires had on the Ottawa Fire Department.

James Bartleman Centre

Gallery 112, 100 Tallwood Drive, Ottawa
Monday-Friday 9-4; Saturday 10-5

Thursday 30 April 2015 at the City of Ottawa Archives


Thursday 30 April 2015 6pm – 8pm; Check-in beginning at 5:45pm

James Bartleman Centre, 100 Tallwood Drive,  Room 115, Ottawa more / suite

Gallery 112 at the Ottawa Archives March 31 to April 14, 2015


Canada's Chronicles: A glimpse of the past through modern eyes

An astounding new exhibit created by Brookfield High School students in celebration of Archives Awareness Week. These talented students use modern and traditional art forms to explore the history, culture, and identity of Canada.  
Please join us for the opening reception: Tuesday, March 31, 2015 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
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