News tagged: Funding
Congratulations to the libraries receiving grants to serve their communities during the COVID 19 pandemic!
News September 15, 2020
Young Canada Works (YCW) Update: Additional $3.3 Million Available to Fund Archives & Library Positions
Further to the Prime Minister’s announcement on June 25th, the Canadian Council of Archives (CCA) is pleased to confirm that an additional $3.3M has been made available to fund archives and library Young Canada Works (YCW) positions on our current waitlists for 2020-2021.
News August 6, 2020
The Kimberley Foundation is inviting small libraries in Canada to apply for one-time grants of up to $1,000 to serve their communities during the COVID 19 pandemic.
News August 4, 2020
Congratulations to the recipients of the grants to support acquisitions, programming, and outreach activities!
News May 27, 2020
Part of these funds, $1.8 million, will be allocated through the BC Libraries Co-operative to support electronic resource licensing and help expand online common collections for all B.C. public libraries. The additional $1.2 million will be distributed directly to libraries.
News April 9, 2020
Deadline to submit internship applications is March 1, 2020.
News February 20, 2020
The Accessibility Standards Canada grants and contributions program supports research projects that try to find, take away and stop obstacles to accessibility.
News February 5, 2020
The Pat Morris Communities Matter Initiative will offer grants to Canadian libraries serving small communities to support acquisitions, programming, and outreach activities.
News January 15, 2020
The deadline is now Wednesday, January 22, 2020, for the archival community and the library community (for libraries operating in English).
News January 14, 2020
Library and Archives Canada (LAC) this week announced the funding of 31 projects through the Listen, Hear Our Voices initiative “to help Indigenous organizations to digitize their existing culture and language recordings, and build the skills, knowledge and resources they need to carry out this work in their communities.”
News January 8, 2020