University of Ottawa Press

University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario
What the facility does

Publishes award-winning books in the humanities and social sciences, literary translations, the Harvest House imprint and the Mercury Series.

Areas of expertise

Located in Canada’s national capital, the University of Ottawa Press (UOP) is the publishing arm of one of Canada's top research universities and one of the world's top bilingual universities. UOP is also North America's only fully bilingual university press and is the oldest French-language university press. UOP publishes approximately 14 books in English and 14 in French annually, mainly monographs and collective works in the humanities and social sciences, but also translations of literary works that contribute to the advancement and dissemination of knowledge and to unrestricted access to scholarly research. The UOP peer-reviewed publishing program reflects and promotes critical and ethical thought, first-class research, intellectual integrity, social responsibility and innovation. It includes the Harvest House imprint as well as the Mercury Series (Canadian Museum of History) imprint. Since 1936, more than 1,100 titles have been published, with over 500 in circulation today. Its active digital holdings, which include the entire Mercury Series backlist, include more than 1,200 ebooks in various formats.

Research services

Publishing Services: peer review, substantive editing, copy editing, proofreading, indexing, design (cover design and typesetting)

Sectors of application
  • Education
  • Healthcare and social services
  • Information and communication technologies and media
  • Policy and governance

Specialized lab



Room 101

Dell 4Gb portable

Computer - Director

Room 102

Dell  (804VHB2)

Computer – Admin, Distribution and Marketing

Room 104

Dell Optiplex 780 (4TPDVL1)

Photocopier Xerox

Meeting room :


-Printer – Ground floor

Room 201, station A

Dell (DONYW12)

Computer – Digital Production and Marketing

Room 201, station B

Dell (D7H2KS1)

Computer - Production

Room 201, station C

Dell Optiplex 780 4 Gb

Computer – Student 1

Room 201, station D

Dell OptiPlex 7010 Small Form Factor 7010SFC

Computer – Student 2

Room 202

iMac: 21.5 inch; 2.7 GHz Quad-core Intel Core i5; Turbo Boost

Computer – Publishing Manager


Printer Phaser 4510

Printer – Second floor

Room 204

Dell 5040

Computer – Acquisition Manager

  • Canadian Museum of History
  • Global Affairs Canada