The Canadian Federation of Library Associations is pleased to announce that it has committed to partner with UNESCO International Year of Indigenous languages, as part of its ongoing work to advance the calls to action that were highlighted in the Canadian government’s Truth and Reconciliation Report, as related to cultural heritage institutions. For more information, please read the CFLA-FCAB press release from March 13, 2019.
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Join the FREE #MPHSLCon on February 9-11, 2021 to connect, meet new colleagues and share ideas about adapting to change in health librarianship during times of upheaval. The theme is “Adapting to Change in Health Librarianship." https://mountainpacificcon.wordpress.comOVHLA@OVHLA
📢 Important thread from OVHLA on the closure of CHEO's library:
OVHLA was very concerned to hear about the CHEO Library closures, and have written a letter to senior leadership and stakeholders as a result: https://ovhla.chla-absc.ca/?p=530 1/5 https://twitter.com/CHEO/status/1338938016908369921
WINTER HOLIDAY SOCIAL!
Join us at the Special Libraries Association Winter Event!
There will be door prizes - Networking - Games - BYOB!
WHEN: December 15th, 2020| 5pm-8pm ET
Find out more or register: https://connect.sla.org/canada/events/holiday-socialCanadianEncyclopedia@CdnEncyclopedia
To listen with a full transcript of the episode: https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/residential-schools-podcast-episode-3-inuit-experiences-full-transcript https://twitter.com/HistoricaCanada/status/1311416873595088896