Retour aux heures normales le 7 septembre

15/10/2021

La Bibliothèque publique d’Ottawa a repris ses heures d'ouverture d’avant la pandémie dans la majorité des succursales depuis le 7 septembre 2021, y inclus les heures d’ouverture le dimanche à dix succursales et à InfoService. Les horaires sont affichés à l’entrée des succursales et sur horaires et emplacements dans le site web de la BPO. 

 

Succursale Carp

18/10/2021

La succursale Carp sera fermée le mardi 26 octobre 2021 pour usage opérationnel de la Ville d’Ottawa. Le service régulier reprendra le mercredi 27 octobre à 10 h. 

Overdrive : Problèmes avec les anciens appareils et navigateurs Apple

12/10/2021

Des récentes modifications apportées par Overdrive et Libby ont eu un impact sur leur compatibilité avec les anciennes versions des systèmes d'exploitation mobiles et bureautiques. Les personnes qui utilisent des appareils Apple plus anciens (ordinateurs Mac qui exécutent macOS 10.12.1 et iPhones/iPads qui exécutent iOS 9) peuvent avoir des difficultés avec les applications mobiles et bureautiques d'OverDrive, tandis que Libby ne permet plus les iPhones et iPads qui exécutent iOS 9 (ces liens ne sont disponibles qu'en anglais).

Succursale Carlingwood

18/10/2021

L'ascenseur de la succursale Carlingwood est actuellement hors service.

Succursale Alta Vista: Prolongation des services en bordure de rue

18/10/2021

La succursale Alta Vista offrira les services en bordure de rue à l’entrée arrière et au parking de 10 h à 18 h jusqu'à nouvel avis.

 

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Kìyàbadj Kidandanizimin. We are still here.

Kìyàbadj Kidandanizimin. We are still here.

 

About this event

Jenny Buckshot Tenasco is a Residential School Survivor who attended a Residential School in Kenora, Ontario when she was 6 years old. Through storytelling, Jenny and her daughter Anita Tenasco (members of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg community) will share some thoughts and reflections on how Canada's Residential School system has impacted First Nations communities. This presentation will weave in themes of First Nations education, poverty, systematic racism, mental health, strength and resilience.

About the speakers Jenny Buckshot Tenasco

Jenny Buckshot Tenasco is a djo djo (mother) to three children, Kokomis (grandmother) to three grandchildren and Kichi kokomis (great grandmother) to one great grandchild. Jenny is a proud member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg community. At 6 years of age, Jenny attended a residential school in Kenora, Ontario. After her time at residential school, Jenny then attended an Indian Day School, a provincial school in Maniwaki, Quebec and eventually college. Jenny is a retired Child and Youth Worker who graduated from Algonquin College when she was 53 years of age. Jenny enjoys teaching others about Anishinabe Algonquin cultural traditions and is a firm believer in lifelong learning. Jenny exemplifies resilience.

Anita Tenasco

Anita Tenasco is Anishinabe Algonquin from the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg community (an Anishinabe Algonquin community located about 2 hours north of the Ottawa area). Anita was born and raised in the Kitigan Zibi community. She is a djo djo (mother), kokomis (grandmother) and the Director of Education for the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg. As Anita is the daughter of a Residential School Survivor and an Indian Day School Survivor, she fully supports First Nations Control of First Nations Education and educating non indigenous people about the impacts of the Residential School system in Canada. Ms. Tenasco values promoting and sharing the brilliance, talents and ongoing strength within the Anishinabe Algonquin Nation.

Register for a Zoom link.  This event is also streamed live on Ottawa Public Library Facebook.