April 23, 2014

Canadian Association of Research Libraries Publishes Comments on Canada’s Open Government Initiative

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From CARL:

Highlights from CARL’s submission to the consultation on Canada’s Open Government initiative:
  • We believe that Open Data and Information should be consistently applied to government data and information.
  • Open Data requires reliable data. We urge the Government of Canada to reinstate the more reliable and less-expensive mandatory long-form census.
  • We hope that the proposed Virtual Library will enable access to, and ensure the preservation of, government publications.

Read the Complete Brief (4 pages; PDF)

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