Library and Archives Canada Publishes 2019-2020 Annual Report: “Working Today to Preserve Our Tomorrow”
From the “Working Today to Preserve Our Tomorrow” Publication Announcement:
Highlights From the Report Include:
- The appointment of Leslie Weir as Librarian and Archivist of Canada;
- The unveiling of the design for the joint facility that LAC will share with Ottawa Public Library;
- The beginning of construction of a second preservation centre—the first net-zero carbon facility dedicated to documentary preservation in the Americas;
- The launch of the Indigenous Heritage Action Plan, which comprises 28 actions by LAC to recognize Indigenous rights and increase access to its collection;
- Recent acquisitions, preservation and digitization efforts;
- Updates on crowdsourcing programs like DigiLab and Co-Lab;
- Public book launches, exhibitions, tours and special events;
- Ongoing and new partnerships; and
- LAC’s increasing presence and reach on social media.
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56 pages; PDF.
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