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CFLA Releases Intellectual Freedom Statement on Labeling

The Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) this week released a statement endorsing the American Library Association’s (ALA) 2015 statement Labeling Systems: An Interpretation of the Library Bill of Rights.

News May 9, 2024 


FCAB publie une déclaration sur la liberté intellectuelle concernant l’étiquetage

La Fédération canadienne des associations de bibliothèques (FCAB) a publié cette semaine une déclaration approuvant la déclaration de 2015 de l’American Library Association (ALA) Systèmes d’étiquetage : une interprétation de la Déclaration des droits des bibliothèques.

News May 9, 2024 


Manitoba Library Association (MLA) Announces Human Rights Book Award

The recipient will have demonstrated strong resolve in upholding human rights, inclusivity and equity in library access for their library or in the library community at a local, regional, provincial or national level.

News March 28, 2024 


James L. Turk Receives the CFLA Intellectual Freedom Award

Congratulations to Dr. James L. Turk on Receiving the Inaugural CFLA Intellectual Freedom Award!

News January 25, 2024 


Centre for Free Expression and CFLA Announce Partnership in Library Challenges Database

The Centre for Free Expression at Toronto Metropolitan University and the Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA) today announced the results of their 2023 partnership agreement to manage a single portal and database for libraries to report and access information on intellectual freedom challenges libraries face to items in their collection, and to displays, programs, room usage, and computer access.

News January 22, 2024 


News Release: A New Partnership for the Next Phase of Freedom to Read Week

To propel Freedom to Read Week into its next chapter, four influential organizations—Library and Archives Canada, the Canadian Urban Library Council, the Ontario Library Association, and the Book and Periodical Council—have joined forces.

News January 10, 2024 


Communiqué de presse : Nouveau partenariat pour la prochaine étape de la Semaine de la liberté d’expression

Pour entamer le prochain volet de la Semaine de la liberté d’expression, quatre organisations influentes (Bibliothèque et Archives Canada, le Conseil des Bibliothèques Urbaines du Canada, l’Association des bibliothèques de l’Ontario et le Book and Periodical Council) ont uni leurs forces.

News January 10, 2024 


Déclaration de l’OLA au sujet de l’interdiction et des restrictions concernant des livres par les conseils scolaires

L’Association des bibliothèques de l’Ontario (OLA) est profondément préoccupée par le nombre croissant de tentatives de restriction de l’accès aux livres par certains conseils scolaires.

News November 14, 2023 


Ontario Library Association (OLA) Releases Statement on School Boards Banning & Restricting Books

The Ontario Library Association (OLA) is deeply concerned by the growing number of attempts to restrict access to books by some school boards.

News November 14, 2023 


IFLA FAIFE Intellectual Freedom in Libraries Regional Survey

IFLA’s Advisory Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and Freedom of Expression (FAIFE) is conducting a survey on Intellectual Freedom in all libraries.

News July 12, 2023