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Rent a space

Rent a space

There are three meeting rooms at the Central Archives located in the James Bartleman Centre (100 Tallwood Drive) that are available to rent for meetings or events. The building has a public access WIFI network; you will need to obtain a code to access the network. All of our meeting rooms have access to a kitchenette. Contact the Central Archives (mailto: for more information about renting a room or to book a rental. Please note: These meeting rooms are not available to book online.

The James Bartleman Centre is a scent free building.

Room 115

Room 115 Room 115 is an open concept space and can be set up several ways. Seating options for Room 115 are determined by the chosen room set up. This will dictate the maximum number of attendees. There is a projector, screen and a/v equipment with both HDMI and VGA connectivity available for PCs. (Apple systems excluded. Must bring own adaptor.)

A kitchenette is attached to Room 115 and is available for use. All supplies must be provided by the renter.

Theatre style: 50 people with chairs
Groups: 6 groups of up to 8 people each, maximum of 48 people with chairs and tables 
Classroom style: maximum of 30 people with tables and chairs
Horseshoe: maximum of 30 people with tables and chairs
Central board room style: maximum of 28 people with tables and chairs
When the walls to the Atrium are open: maximum of 100-120 people with no chairs 

Room 226

Room 226 Room 226 is permanently mounted in a boardroom configuration and it is fully a/v equipped with a projector, screen, SMART Board and a wireless keyboard. Video conferencing services are also available. Capacity: Maximum of 20 people. View more photos of the facilities.


Room 228

Room 228 Room 228 is a conference room with a central table. Capacity: Maximum of 10 people. A portable screen is available however, you will need to bring your own projector. View more photos of the facilities.




As we are a LEED designated building, parking on site is extremely limited for all. Cars not parked in designated visitor parking areas will be asked to move. We ask that those attending meetings or events during the week park off-site, use alternative transportation, take OC Transpo or walk if you are coming from the area around Centrepointe or Constellation.