The National Holocaust Monument is temporarily closed until January 17

The National Holocaust Monument, entitled Landscape of Loss, Memory and Survival, at the corner of Wellington and Booth streets in Canada’s Capital, is temporarily closed to the public, at all times, to allow the installation of equipment that will facilitate the Monument’s partial opening through the winter.

When: Tuesday, January 9 until Wednesday, January 17, 2018, weather dependent.

The National Capital Commission asks the public to obey signage on-site and respect working crews and their equipment at the site.