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Algonquin College Applied Museum Studies Program

Algonquin College Applied Museum Studies Program

The diverse scope of the program provides students an opportunity to integrate learning in a variety of educational and real-world settings. Areas of study include classifying, cataloguing and interpreting collections of artifacts and works of art, constructing and installing exhibits and displays, assessing, preserving and treating material culture.

1385 Woodroffe Avenue, Room C230 Ottawa Ontario K2G 1V8 (613) 727-4723 ext. 7434 algonquincollege.com/healthandcommunity/program/applied-museum-studies/

Archives Association of Ontario, Eastern Chapter (AAOEe)

Archives Association of Ontario, Eastern Chapter (AAOEe)

The AAO East/est is a not-for-profit, volunteer-run organization that has supported the Eastern Ontario archival community for over 30 years.  AAO East/est organizes a number of events throughout the year on relevant topics for both members and non-members.

aao-archivists.ca/aaoee?fbclid=IwAR1Di9MgfjuF5BF75WqBSd42VEEb0E5RKF1o7CgApPk45pgyqluEA21jZAc

Beechwood Cemetery Foundation

Beechwood Cemetery Foundation

The Beechwood Cemetery Foundation was established for the purpose of providing cultural, historical and conservation activities as part of its charitable mandate:  “for the beautification and maintenance of Beechwood Cemetery.”  Designated as the National Cemetery of Canada in 2009 by an Act of Parliament, this designation serves to make Beechwood a national place of tribute and remembrance for all Canadians.

280 Beechwood Avenue Vanier Ontario K1L 8A6 (613) 741-9530 beechwoodottawa.ca

Canadian Conservation Consortium

Canadian Conservation Consortium

The Canadian Conservation Consortium is a group of professional conservators offering their clients a wide variety of museum-quality services with specialized expertise in the care of photographs, books, works of art and archival materials on paper.

(613) 406-0760 canadianconservationconsortium.ca/en/

Carleton Centre for Public History

Carleton Centre for Public History

The CCPH promotes interdisciplinary dialogue and collaboration through a variety of projects and activities. We strive to facilitate contact and exchanges between Carleton faculty and the wider community of public historians, museum professionals, curators, and archivists. And we support graduate students in public history and related fields in their research by providing them with networking opportunities with other researchers and scholars, both inside and outside of the academy.

1125 Colonel By Drive Ottawa Ontario K1S 5B6 carleton.ca/ccph/

Carleton University Library Ottawa Resource Room

Carleton University Library Ottawa Resource Room

Recently relocated in Carleton University’s Library Archives on the 5th floor, the collection offers a variety of materials including government literature, books, maps, ephemera and archival collections.

Room 583 MacOdrum Library, 1125 Colonel By Drive Ottawa Ontario K1S 5B6 (613) 520-2600 ext 2739 library.carleton.ca/research/collection/ottawa-resource-room

City of Ottawa Archives

City of Ottawa Archives

We are the caretakers of Ottawa’s documentary history, with a focus on preserving the records of its civic government and documenting the accomplishments of its Citizens.  We also make these records accessible, encouraging the exploration of our shared past.

100 Tallwood Drive Nepean Ontario K2G 6J9 (613) 280-2857 ottawa.ca/archives

Fishburn Sheridan & Associates Ltd.

Fishburn Sheridan & Associates Ltd.

Fishburn Sheridan Canada Ltd. provides engineering services for building owners, managers, and other construction industry clients from five offices across Eastern Canada.

300-150 Katimavik Road Ottawa Ontario K2L 2N2 (613) 324-9914 https://fsaeng.com/en/front-page/