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Updates from Future CLA Working Group

The Future CLA Working Group, established by the attendees at the Future CLA Stakeholder Forum in January 2015, has updated its blog with several new documents: 220 more words

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Catherine McGoveran named recipient of the CLA Emerging Leader Award 2015

(Ottawa, April 23, 2015) – Catherine McGoveran of the University of Ottawa Library is named the recipient of the 2015 CLA Emerging Leader Award, the Canadian Library Association announced today. 362 more words

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13 Questions With... CLA Elections Edition

Each candidate for in the 2015 Canadian Library Association Elections for Councillor at Large was invited to participate in the Government Library and Information Management Professionals Network’s… 3,238 more words

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Future of CLA Blog

(Thanks to BCLA for sharing this link.)

A new blog has been built to collect and disseminate information and to keep all interested parties up to date on the discussions happening with the working group. 39 more words

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CLA Call for Nominations: Councillors at Large (2015-2017)

Are you interested in helping to shape the future of the Canadian Library Association (CLA)?

CLA is seeking nominations for two (2) positions on the Executive Council. 164 more words

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CLA Statement on Bill C-51, the Anti-terrorism Act, 2015

The safety and security of Canadians is an important responsibility of the Government of Canada. Given the deplorable events in Ottawa and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu last October, the government’s desire to protect citizens more effectively is understandable. 972 more words

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Lisa C. Chen reblogged this on Lisa C. Chen and commented:

The CLA has issued a statement regarding Bill C-51, the Anti-terrorism Act. This is definitely worth a read.

CLA Statement on Bill C-51, the Anti-terrorism Act, 2015

The safety and security of Canadians is an important responsibility of the Government of Canada. Given the deplorable events in Ottawa and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu last October, the government’s desire to protect citizens more effectively is understandable. 972 more words

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