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A Reconciliation Framework for Canadian Archives

The Vision, 6 Principles, 7 Objectives and 33 Strategies presented herein are intended to form a practical framework supporting the Canadian archival community as it begins to redress its colonial legacy.

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News August 3, 2020 


Survey: The Academic Library and Truth & Reconciliation Initiatives

This survey is open until August 31, 2020.

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News June 17, 2020 


Enquête : La bibliothèque universitaire et les initiatives de vérité et de réconciliation

Cette enquête est ouverte du 1er juin au 31 août 2020

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News June 17, 2020 


LAC Announces Recipients of $2.3 Million in Funding to Preserve Indigenous Culture and Languages

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.”

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News January 8, 2020 


Call for Papers: IFLA Journal Special Issue on Indigenous Librarianship

IFLA Journal and IFLA’s Indigenous Matters Section are pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue focused on theory and practice in Indigenous librarianship.

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News December 21, 2019 


CFLA Launches #VoteCdnLibraries Campaign

The Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) today launched its campaign to advance its four key issues during the 2019 Federal Election Campaign.

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News September 30, 2019 


Nelson Webinar Series on Truth and Reconciliation in K-12 and Post-Secondary Education

Nelson Education is hosting a series of webinars this Fall to explore strategies that will assist educators in achieving their goals of Indigenization and move closer towards reconciliation.

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News September 4, 2019 


Bestselling Indigenous Books in Canada

What were the bestselling Indigenous books in Canada over the past 52 weeks?

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News July 2, 2019 


CFLA and NIKLA Release First Nations, Métis, and Inuit – Indigenous Ontology (FNMIIO)

The Indigenous Ontology is a working list of Indigenous Names to better reflect how Indigenous people currently prefer to refer to themselves.

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News July 1, 2019 


CFLA Submission to 2019 Pre-Budget Consultations

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.

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News September 9, 2018