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Everything tagged: Government information

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 


Call for Proposals: Virtual Government Information Day 2020: coast to coast!

Proposal deadline: Thursday, October 22, 2020

News October 4, 2020 


Government Information Day 2020: Coast to Coast!

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Event December 15, 2020 (Type: Conference) 


Right to Know Week 2020

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Event September 28, 2020 (Type: Awareness Day/Week/Month) 


Joint Statement on COVID-19 and the Duty to Document

“We, the signatories of this statement, call on governments, businesses, and research institutions around the world to document their decisions and transactions now and for the future.”

News May 4, 2020 


Statistics Canada Launches Culture Statistics Portal

This portal brings together data on the arts, culture, heritage and sports sectors and presents the information in a single interactive website.

News March 17, 2020 


Highlights from the 2018-19 Departmental Results Reports

Highlights of interest to the Canadian library and information management community in the 2018-2019 Departmental Results Reports.

Blog February 29, 2020 


Highlights from Mandate Letters for the 29th Canadian Ministry

Highlights from ministerial mandate letters on issues of interest to the librarianship community.

Blog December 13, 2019 


Government Information Day (East) 2019: Presentations

Government Information Day East 2019: A day for librarians and information professionals of learning and sharing about the use, production, preservation, and access of government information.

News December 9, 2019 


Our People At Work: Carlie Moloney, Cataloguing Librarian at PDSD

n the video, Carlie demystifies the misconception around librarianship by describing how it is now considered a dynamic profession, as a result of new technologies.

News October 28, 2019