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Why Gary Gibson Mattered to Libraries…

News April 16, 2021

A remembrance by John Teskey, Librarian Emeritus at University of New Brunswick

ARLIS/NA Releases Diversity Toolkit

News April 15, 2021

The Diversity Toolkit was created as a resource “to help promote and strengthen the incorporation of equity, diversity, inclusion, and social justice (EDISJ) within the context of art librarianship.”

Fédération des milieux documentaires (FMD) Releases Updated Mission, Vision, and Values Statement

News April 15, 2021

Voici notre raison d’être, notre rêve qui nous projette dans l’avenir et la base morale qui nous guide dans nos actions.

Consultations on Copyright and Online Intermediaries

News April 14, 2021

Online intermediaries include Internet service providers, cloud storage services, web hosting services, social media and other public content-sharing platforms and search engines.

Canadian Federation of Library Associations Update (Spring 2021)

News April 10, 2021

An update on recent activities of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA).

Redesigned NewToBC Website Launched

News April 6, 2021

The NewToBC website is a well-used and well-regarded trove of essential information and resources that are meant to support immigrants and refugees as they settle in BC communities.

ABC 2021 Virtual Copyright Conference – Registration is open!

News April 5, 2021

This year’s conference will be held virtually on May 5-7, running from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm ET.

CFP: CAPAL 21 Virtual Conference

News April 5, 2021

Theme: EDI in Academic Libraries – How are we doing?

Library Community Response to Consultation on Copyright Term Extension

News March 29, 2021

CARL today released a joint response, with CFLA, to the Government of Canada’s Consultation Paper on copyright term extension.

Messages of Support for North Vancouver District Public Library

News March 28, 2021

Following a police incident at the North Vancouver District Public Library’s Lynn Valley Library, many leaders in the Canadian library and political community have expressed their support for NVDPL staff and others affacted by the incident.