Marianne Wilkinson

Councillor, Kanata North

Purchase your Time Capsules and Pavers today!

TO RESERVE YOUR TIME CAPSULES, please email RRCK@Ottawa.ca with your contact information.

timecapsuleHave you ever been present when a Time Capsule is opened 50 years after it was placed in a building? Now you can be one of those who can!  Purchase a capsule that will be placed in a vault in our new Recreation Complex to be opened in 2063! In addition help fund items that the City doesn’t provide in our new recreation complex, such enhancements requested by you, the community.  Enhancements include an extra two lanes in the pool, a youth program room, a skateboard park and a lit turf soccer field.  You can leave something for your children and their descendants by participating in our Time Capsule project. For $20 (cash or cheque) you can purchase your own Time Capsule (inside dimensions are 90 mm (3.5”) by 55mm (2”)) and receive a certificate with the number of your Capsule to leave for your heirs.


You can pick up your new Time Capsules at the following locations:

  • Councillor Wilkinson’s Ward office at 2500 Campeau Dr. on Wednesdays and Fridays between 10am and 3pm
  • The Beaverbrook Library Depot at 2 Beaverbrook Rd. on Mon-Thurs 10am – 8:30pm, Friday 1pm-6pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 1pm-4pm.
  • Richcraft Recreation Complex Kanata reception, 4101 Innovation Drive.
  • City Hall Office – 110 Laurier West (Monday to Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm).

After filling, your Time Capsules can be dropped off at these locations:

  • Beaverbrook Library Depot –  2 Beaverbrook Road (Monday to Saturday regular business hours)
  • Carp Library –  3911 Carp Road(Monday to Saturday regular business hours)
  • Mlacak Centre – 2500 Campeau Dr (Regular business hours)
  • Councillor Wilkinson’s Ward Office – 2500 Campeau Dr (Wednesday or Friday 10am – 3pm)
  • Richcraft Recreation Complex Kanata reception, 4101 Innovation Drive.
  • City Hall Office – 110 Laurier West (Monday to Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm)

Please Note: NO liquids, rubber, vinyl, wood, food, explosives, ammunition, plant materials or batteries are permitted and items will be verified. We encourage you to wrap your items in tin foil to prevent water and other damages that could be faced while the capsules are stored.

PAVERS leading to the entrance-way will have your name(s) on them for anyone who donates a minimum of $500 to the project.  Details are at http://www.richcraftcomplex.ca.

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