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CARL Report on Digital Preservation Capacity in Canadian Institutions

The purpose of the survey was to provide an updated and comprehensive picture of digital preservation activities in Canada and to identify existing gaps and outstanding needs at Canadian institutions.

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News December 9, 2019 


Advancing Open – Summary and Invitation for comment

A summary of the ideas, priorities, directions, strategies that were espoused during the Advancing Open event to give a framework to those who could not attend but would like to add their thoughts and ideas.

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News October 13, 2019 


Faire avancer le savoir libre – Résumé et Appel à commentaires

Un résumé des idées, des priorités, des orientations et des stratégies qui ont été adoptées pendant l’événement Faire avancer le savoir libre et qui donneront un cadre à ceux qui n’ont pas pu y assister mais qui aimeraient y contribuer.

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News October 13, 2019 


Open Education Leadership Essentials (OeLE) Event

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Event January 27, 2020 (Type: Workshop) 


Next Steps in Advancing Changes to Crown Copyright: A Letter from the Library and Archives Community

A letter from Canada’s library and archival community to the Ministers of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism and the President of the Treasury Board of Canada proposing next steps for the Government of Canada to take towards changes to Crown Copyright.

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News August 6, 2019 


Canadian Library Associations React to Copyright Act Review Committee Report

CARL and CFLA issued statements this week applauding and commending the House of Commons Copyright Act Review Committee for its thorough analysis and balanced recommendations.

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News June 14, 2019 


2019 Canadian Library Assessment Workshop (CLAW)

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Event October 22, 2019 (Type: Workshop) 


Advancing Open

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Event May 6, 2019 (Type: Workshop) 


CARL Releases Statement on the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)

“We believe that a term of copyright of life plus 50 years is adequate to reward rights holders and beneficiaries, while balancing the benefits that a robust public domain has for Canada’s knowledge-based economy.”

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News October 10, 2018 


GLAM Sector Submissions on Copyright Act Review

Recommendations in similar areas of interest: Copyright override, Crown Copyright, Fair dealing, Indigenous Knowledge, Orphan works, Technological Protection Measures (TPM), and Term Extentions.

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News September 9, 2018