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June 2 and 3
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For the first time, Library and Archives Canada will be participating in Doors Open Ottawa, a weekend celebration of our architectural heritage when historic and architecturally significant buildings open their doors to the public.
Come and visit these must-see exhibitions on display at 395 Wellington!
Library and Archives Canada in collaboration with the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General, celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Canadian honours system with a selection of photographs depicting recipients of the Order of Canada.
Library and Archives Canada will mark the 25th anniversary of the patriation of the Constitution by offering a rare chance to see the 1982 Proclamation signed by Queen Elizabeth II. Discover the story of this landmark document.
Journey across Canada through the works and archival documents of Francophone authors from New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, western Canada and the Northwest Territories.
An exhibition of portraits is presented in recognition of Quebec artists, from all disciplines, who have made exceptional contributions to Quebec culture.
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