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2022 Cold War Speaker Series: Canada, the Cold War, and the Korean War

Diefenbunker statement in solidarity with Ukraine

- March 4, 2022 - The Diefenbunker and our Board of Directors stand in solidarity with Ukraine and all its people in their courageous defence of sovereignty. As Canada's Cold War Museum, we do not condone war or aggression; we seek to further our understanding of...

The blue and yellow colours of the Ukrainian flag with a sunflower coming out from the middle of the yellow section.

2021 Artist-in-Residence exhibition opens at the Diefenbunker

Ottawa, Ontario, November 2, 2021 — The Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum is pleased to launch its 2021 Artist-in-Residence exhibition, featuring the work of Algonquin artist Mairi Brascoupé. Opening Saturday, November 6, 2021, Akìmazinàzowin | An Image of the...

Diefenbunker Museum to be upgraded

$400,000 from the Canadian Experiences Fund to Help Improve Visitor Experience at Canada’s Cold War Museum Ottawa, Ontario – March 4, 2020: The Diefenbunker, Canada’s Cold War Museum, is ready to transform the overall experience for its visitors, to attract new...

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Carol Wainio named Diefenbunker’s 2019 Artist-in-Residence

As Annette Hegel’s installation of Now You See Me came down in December the bunker began preparing for the selection process for our next featured Artist-in-Residence. Application outlines were posted early November and accepted up until the end of December.Over...

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