Lost Ottawa Book Three

Lost Ottawa 3 is the third volume in the popular Lost Ottawa series, containing 60 more of the best stories from the Lost Ottawa community site on Facebook.

The first two books contained the most popular stories from 2013 to 2019. Lost Ottawa 3 not only contains more of the most popular stories from Facebook, but some of the funniest, too.

This time out we decided we weren’t going to worry so much about the number of likes and shares. Instead, we decided to have a theme and that theme is — life!

So we’ve got stories about life in the neighbourhood, life at school, life in the streets, life in the summer and life after dark, each story told in the classic Lost Ottawa style with a picture, a blurb, and a conversation created from the observations of the people of Ottawa themselves.

If you liked Books 1 and 2, you’ll love Lost Ottawa 3. It’s available as an ebook for $4.99 and a paperback for $19.99, and only on Amazon.

What’s Inside Lost Ottawa 3

Inside we’ve got 60 more stories of life in Ottawa in the last half of the Twentieth Century.

Polishing the ceiling. The bike that was always too big for you. The Carleton University tunnels. Queen Elizabeth’s new Canadian car. Surviving the Changing of the Guard. Riding the Wall of Death.

We’ve got these stories in Lost Ottawa 3, along with many more tales of people and places that you’re sure to remember!

Click on the image above to see more stories!

Here’s what people had to say about Lost Ottawa, Book 3

I have the first two books and I loved them!
Robin

I really love the old photos. Keep up the good work!
Louis

I heard rumours there would be a third Lost Ottawa book. Would make an excellent Christmas gift for my wife.
Mike

My wife and I both have an avid interest in Ottawa and the surrounding area, having both grown up and old in our great city! We’ve purchased both copies of of Lost Ottawa, and we look forward to Book 3!
Randall

It is wonderful to see what Ottawa was like and where we are today. This is a keepsake for my children and grandchildren.
Moira

I have both Lost Ottawa books. Eagerly awaiting what’s next for the Holiday Season!
Brigitte