Everything tagged: First Nations
Calls on federal government to invest in library infrastructure, accessible formats for Canadians with perceptual disabilities, Library Materials Service, and indigenous education in library services.
News September 9, 2018
The CFLA marked National Indigenous Peoples Day 2018 with a report highlighting the progress made towards implementing the recommendations in the CFLA Truth and Reconciliation Committee’s 2017 report and recommendations.
News June 22, 2018
Gene Anne Joseph, the first librarian of First Nations heritage in BC, received a Doctor of Laws at VIU’s June 5 convocation ceremony
News June 5, 2018
CFLA-FCAB recommends that the Copyright Act respect, affirm and recognize Indigenous peoples ownership of their traditional and living respective Indigenous knowledge.
News May 2, 2018
Library and Archives Canada (LAC) has published the Summary Report of its November 2017 forum with its university partners on the theme of Exploring Decolonization on the Road to Reconciliation.
News March 26, 2018
The University of Alberta Libraries (UAL) is pleased to announce its Indigenous Internship program for 2018, for a First Nations, Métis or Inuit (FNMI) student in the University of Alberta’s School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS).
News March 20, 2018
Let’s Talk About Reconciliation is the title of a series of dialogues associated with the screening of a film made by an Indigenous artist, and organized by public libraries across Canada.
News February 5, 2018
Report to better understand the needs of First Nation Public Libraries (FNPLs) and to identify opportunities for responding through improved supports.
News November 6, 2017
Highlights from ministerial mandate letters on issues of interest to the librarianship community.
Blog October 4, 2017
CODE Announces Shortlist for 2017 Burt Award for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis for Young Adult Literature
The award recognizes excellent, engaging and culturally-relevant books in English for youth that are written, illustrated and/or translated by First Nations, Inuit and Métis creators.
News September 24, 2017