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 THLA Executives committee. Openings for 1) President-Elect, and 2) Secretary. You can nominate yourself or a colleague who is a THLA member (written consent of the nominee is required). Please send in your nominations to the THLA President:https://thla.chla-absc.ca/?page_id=757
THLA is looking for a new President-Elect, Secretary, & Web manager. These are great opportunities for professional development, to meet fellow health information professionals and to help plan activities for the THLA membership. Contact President: https://thla.chla-absc.ca/?page_id=757
If you're a library technician, librarian, or library student, consider joining our LT Subcommittee. Contact current president: https://thla.chla-absc.ca/?page_id=757. #librarytechnician @mohawklibrary @senecalibraries @SLA_UofT @iSchoolAlumniTO @ACA_UofT @LITstudents @UofTInfoFaculty
Please take a moment to let us know if you would like to remain a member of THLA. Complete by March 15, 2021. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdI0ooovGHn7YIO-3WkJGgo5scuqd2MWg-inlLjynZaMBkhiQ/viewform
If you identify as an early career information professional then you should consider submitting a proposal to the New Librarians Symposium! This year theme is “Libraries and Labour: Organizing for Action.” Submissions are due on March 5. https://www.newlibrariansymposium.ca/call-for-participation #newlibsymp