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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Our big news/priorities for this year:
- more mentorship opportunities
- improving our relevance to the library technicians in our organization
- getting rid of membership fees going forward
We, as always, appreciate our membership's insight and welcome feedback!
And a big welcome to our President-Elect, @BatraGurvinder 🥳🥳🥳🥳
Saying goodbye to our amazing, talented, and incredibly hard-working Past-President @knit_nerd as she leaves her post - thank you so much Jessie!THLA@THLA_1
This is THLA's first virtual AGM and it has been a learning experience! We appreciate the flexibility of our membership and their willingness to go with the flow on this one!
It's AGM day! Hope to see you all at noon to talk all things THLA!