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From: Katherine McColgan <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Tue, Feb 12, 2019 at 1:47 PM
Subject: Public Engagement for Design of new OPL-LAC facility – Inspire555
/ Engagement public pour la conception de la nouvelle installation BPO-BAC
– Inspirez555
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*Public Engagement for Design of new OPL-LAC facility – Inspire555*



A public engagement process will soon be underway to gather input for the
design of a new landmark facility shared by Ottawa Public Library and
Library and Archives Canada at 555 Albert Street in downtown Ottawa. The
architectural firms tasked with designing the building will incorporate
inspiration and ideas from local residents, Indigenous Canadians and people
across the country over the next several months through themed workshops,
pop-up events, expert lectures, and online activities.



The first in-person Ottawa-based workshop will take place on February 28
and again on March 2, combined with an online portal from March 1 to 15 to
generate input more widely. People wishing to engage in this exciting
City-building project of national and historic importance can learn more
about *opportunities to participate* and by consulting our website:
*inspire555.ca
<http://inspire555.ca>*





*Engagement public pour la conception de la nouvelle installation BPO-BAC –
Inspirez555*



Un processus d’engagement public s’entamera très bientôt pour recueillir
des commentaires sur la conception de la nouvelle installation emblématique
partagée de la Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa et Bibliothèque et Archives,
au 555 rue Albert, dans le centre-ville d’Ottawa. Les firmes d’architectes
chargées de la conception du bâtiment intégreront l’inspiration et les
idées de résidents locaux, de Canadiens autochtones et de personnes à
travers le pays au cours des prochains mois, au moyen d’ateliers
thématiques, d’événements spéciaux, de conférences d’experts et d’activités
en ligne.



Le premier atelier en personne à Ottawa sera offert le 28 février et à
nouveau le 2 mars, et sera combiné à un portail en ligne qui sera ouvert du
1er au 15 mars dans le but de pouvoir recueillir davantage de commentaires.
Les personnes qui souhaitent s’engager dans ce fascinant projet de
développement de la Ville, historique et d’importance nationale, peuvent en
apprendre davantage sur les occasions de participation et consulter notre
site Web : inspirez555.ca <https://ottawacentrallibrary.ca/fr/get-involved>







Katherine McColgan, CAE

Executive Director -- Directrice générale



Canadian Federation of Library Associations

Fédération canadienne des associations de bibliothèques



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