An update about The Ottawa Hospital's new campus

Engaging early and often with First Nation, Inuit and Métis people and organizations is essential in The Ottawa Hospital's work of reconciliation.

Indigenous partnerships and The Ottawa Hospital's journey of reconciliation


June marks National Indigenous History Month—a time to celebrate and learn more about First Nation, Inuit and Métis heritage, cultures and contributions.

As we approach National Indigenous Peoples Day June 21, The Ottawa Hospital acknowledges the invaluable contributions of Indigenous Peoples, communities and organizations as we reshape the future of health care, including the construction of what will become one of Canada's most modern, technologically advanced, and accessible hospitals.

The Ottawa Hospital is proud to serve and provide care for the people and territories of the three distinct Indigenous groups in Canada (First Nations, Inuit and Métis). We are grateful for the guidance of an Indigenous Peoples Advisory Circle as we pursue meaningful partnerships on our journey of reconciliation.