50th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association: 2017 Ottawa-Gatineau, Ontario May 10–13, 2017

Things to Do in Ottawa-Gatineau

Spring in the Canada's capital is always a pleasant and fun-filled time of year. Being the 150th anniversary of Confederation, it promises to be unforgetable!

Canadian Museum of History

The host of the 50th annual meeting of the CAA, the Canadian Museum of History, would like to offer all delegates free admission to the CMH, which includes admission to the Ciné+ theatre.  Just show your conference id and you're in!

Museums, government, restaurants, cultural venues, shopping.

Learn more about events in and around Ottawa-Gatineau both before and after the CAA by visiting the following sites which will provide all the information you'll need.

Make a holiday of it!

Ottawa Tourism

Outaouais Tourism


CASCA/IUAES2017 Conference in Ottawa

International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES) and Canadian Anthropology Society (CASCA) - May 2-7, 2017

The Conference/InterCongress will be hosted at the University of Ottawa, on the unceded, traditional territory of the Algonquins of the Ottawa River Watershed. Canada’s capital city is built on the banks of the Kitchisippi, the Great River, the Ottawa River; the Sacred Chaudière Falls and Islands have served as a meeting place of great spiritual importance to the people of North America since time immemorial. In 2017, Canada celebrates its 150 birthday. Join us for our Conference/InterCongress May 2-7 2017, in the National Capital Region! 

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Ottawa Tulip Festival and 2017 Festivities

On behalf of Members of Ottawa City Council, I am delighted to welcome visitors to the Canadian Tulip Festival, taking place in the heart of Canada’s capital from May 12th to 22nd 2017. Since 1953, the Canadian Tulip Festival has been celebrating the legacy of the tulip, Ottawa’s flower, which symbolizes the strong bonds of friendship between Canada and the Netherlands, forged in Canada’s role in the Liberation of the Netherlands during the Second World War. Ranked the world’s largest tulip festival, the Canadian Tulip Festival offers festival-goers the opportunity to explore the colourful tulips in bloom, Dutch culture, an International Pavilion, Ikebana workshops, and be entertained by a diversity of music artists as well as captivating fireworks. Ottawa looks forward to your visit. Sincerely,

Jim Watson

Mayor

Tulip Festival Website

Ottawa 2017 Website


Montréal is Only a 2 Hour Drive Away

Pointe à Callière; Montréal Archaeology and History Complex 

Pointe du Buisson National Historic Site of Canada

McCord Museum

and so much more

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