Founded in 1994, the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa (BIFHSGO) encourages family history research and its dissemination by people with ancestry in the British Isles. Join us at our monthly meetings at Ben Franklin Place in Ottawa.(613) 234-2520 bifhsgo.ca [email protected]
Haunted Walks walking tours present the city the way it was meant to be seen – up close and on foot. None of our stories are exaggerated and several years of research have gone into each tour. Our tours and stories are second to none!46 Sparks Street Ottawa Ontario K1P 5A8 613-232-0344 hauntedwalk.com [email protected]
Indigenous Walks is a walk and talk through downtown Ottawa from an Indigenous perspective. Together walkers and guide will explore social, political and cultural issues through architecture, landscape, monuments and art.
Indigenous Walks is owned and operated by Jaime Koebel. Nehiyaw/Michif from Lac La Biche, Alberta.(613) 290-8597 www.IndigenousWalks.com [email protected]
Kitigan Zibi and Paginawatig School’s mission in cooperation with the Kitigan Zibi community is to create challenging opportunities to educate students in an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect. It is our common mission to inspire students to achieve personal growth and cultural pride, to value life long learning, and to become responsible contributing citizens of their community, the Algonquin Nation and society at large.54 Makwa Mikan Maniwaki Quebec J9E 3B1 (819) 449-1798 kzadmin.com/KZES.aspx
Constructed in 1867 this National Historic Site of Canada located in the annex of the former Rosamond Woolen Company in Almonte, Ontario now features a blend of the old and new, all related to the history of the Mississippi Valley and the textile industry.3 Rosamond Street E. Almonte Ontario K0A 1A0 (613) 256-3754 mvtm.ca
Collecting, preserving and celebrating the local history of Mississippi Mills and area. Explore the Museum’s unique collection, discover local history in the research library, and tour a pioneer log cabin!647 River Road Appleton Ontario K0A 1A0 (613) 257-8503 northlanarkregionalmuseum.com [email protected]