It's an example of a file with a fairly innocuous name that may just hold the key to discovering brick-wall-breaking information. But the file has no index so likely wouldn't be found by any but the most determined researcher.
That can change if the file is indexed and the index put online as have many of the previous indexing projects led by John for The British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa in partnership with Library and Archives Canada.
With major digitization of the file having been accomplished so you can view an image online you don't have to be in Ottawa to volunteer, you don't even have to be in Canada, just have access to a reasonable speed internet connection.
Want to see what you might be getting yourself into? Go to https://heritage.canadiana.ca (if the link doesn't work for you search for
Those who volunteer will be given the full instructions on how to access the records and input the information into an Excel database.
If you are interested in participating and can spare some time for this project please contact John Sayers at sayersji at sympatico.ca