Canada: “Advocacy Group Disappointed with ‘Secretive’ Government Library Review”
From Global News:
Save Saskatchewan’s Libraries, the group behind the successful campaign to restore funding to Saskatchewan’s provincial libraries, is not happy with the provincial government in terms of reviewing library funding and service delivery.
The group says they have confirmed that the province is currently reviewing library service delivery, legislation and funding, and that the consultations do not include the public.
Save Saskatchewan Libraries is an advocacy group that began after the 2017 budget cut to public libraries and held the largest mass demonstration in the modern history of the province
Read the Complete Article (Including Comment from Saskatchewan Government)
See Also: Save Saskatchewan Libraries (on Facebook)
See Also: ‘We Made a Mistake’: Sask. Government Turns Back Page on Library Cuts (April 2017)
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