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Everything tagged: Consultations

Government of Canada Launches Consultations on Reforming Copyright Board of Canada

News  August 9, 2017

The consultations will be open from August 9 to September 29.

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ALA Task Force on the Context of Future Accreditation Webinars

News  August 10, 2016

Share your thoughts with the ALA Task Force on the Context of Future Accreditation

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Canada’s New Plan on Open Government 2016-2018

News  June 17, 2016

A draft of Canada’s new plan on Open Government is available and Canadians are invited to provide feedback and suggestions for improvement from June 16 to June 30.

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Ottawa Public Library Launches Consultations and Website for New Central Library

News  April 22, 2016

Public invited to discuss what they feel is most important when selecting a new site for the Ottawa Central Library

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CRTC Needs Input from Canadians on Broadband/Basic Telecommunication Services

News  January 19, 2016

While it is unclear what the CRTC will decide, public input is necessary to ensure that the Commission makes a decision that is in the best interest of all Canadians. As library and information professionals, we should be acutely interested in ensuring that the decision addresses the continued digital divides in Canada.

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Give Us Your Thoughts On the Rules for Archival Description (RAD)

News  November 20, 2015

The Canadian Committee on Archival Description (CCAD) wants to hear from you on the future of the Canadian archival descriptive standard, the Rules for Archival Description (RAD).

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Canada’s Archives—A New Blueprint

News  October 14, 2015

As you know, over the past year the Canadian Archival System Working Group has been drafting a new strategy for Canada’s archives. Now is your opportunity to participate in setting priorities for the community as we move forward together.

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Consultation: Developing a Digital Research Infrastructure Strategy

News  July 22, 2015

Understanding the requirements of Canada’s research community, and tapping into their knowledge and expertise in identifying opportunities and challenges, is the starting point in developing a DRI strategy that will produce tangible benefits for Canadians.

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