Everything tagged: Canadian Federation of Library Associations
Restoring the exemption for end-user content brings Bill C-10 in line with other relevant legislation and provides assurance that Canadians’ freedom of expression will not be abridged through CRTC regulation.
News May 5, 2021
Impact Public Affairs, the Canadian Federation of Library Associations’ (CFLA) government relations firm, has prepared an analysis of the 2021 federal budget.
News April 21, 2021
An update on recent activities of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA).
News April 10, 2021
CARL today released a joint response, with CFLA, to the Government of Canada’s Consultation Paper on copyright term extension.
News March 29, 2021
An update on the current activities of the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) Copyright Committee
News March 22, 2021
Todd Kyle selected as Chair of the CFLA Board of Directors; Kirk MacLeod (Vice-Chair); Mary Chevreau (Treasurer); Vivian Lewis (Member at Large)
News February 12, 2021
Library and GLAM sector organizations call for federal support for broadband connectivity, access to e-content, municipal funding, library support for vulnerable populations, accessible reading material, and Canadian publishers and booksellers.
News January 4, 2021
The purpose of the survey is to gather data about the nature and outcomes of challenges to intellectual freedom initiated in publicly funded Canadian libraries (e.g., public, school, post-secondary, and government).
News December 7, 2020
“It’s my hope that with a national day of truth and reconciliation, learning and discussion will be amplified across Canada. In this, libraries are able to act as a key component to help ensure that we will not have another generation that will not know the truth and that we will acknowledge and honour the survivors and remember those who have died.”
News December 6, 2020
National Library Associations Speak Out on Tech Industry Censorship and Access to Government Information
Over the last two weeks, Canada’s national voices for the library community issued statements on access to government information and censorship by the tech industry.
News October 4, 2020