Regarding the sculptures from yesterday, they are up on a shelf in the alcove. They're small, like a foot or so long on average, but I can tell you from the sculpture by a Northern artist my parents had, they're bound to be very heavy.
Above the main entrance of the Museum, the upper floor has this second sculpture by the artist Bill Reid. It's a plaster cast of a killer whale, and it's impressive to behold.
From up here, I give you one last view of the Grand Hall.
And from the promenade between the museum and the curatorial wing, I leave you with the view below to the frozen Ottawa River, and the Chateau Laurier and Parliament Hill on the far side.