Samantha Martin-Bird talks with anthropologist Kieran Way about making libraries safe and welcoming spaces for Indigenous Peoples.
L'éducation en bibliothéconomie et sciences de l’information au Canada est une histoire de persévérance et d’optimisme.
Professional conferences are appealing because we get to see the world. Sarah Shujah shares her IFLA WLIC first-timer experience.
In the poster area at the IFLA WLIC, we can find out about the work that inspired, engaged, connected and enabled our colleagues in other parts of the world to facilitate change.
We are now inviting OLA members to nominate colleagues (or themselves!) for vacant OLA Board and Council positions.
A university librarian (Wayne Jones) and a freelance writer (Matt Balaker) team up to talk about their new book and collaborating at a distance.
Chris Cluff is our guest podcaster this month. Host of Chasing Squirrels, his most recent podcast features OSLA president Jennifer Brown. Jennifer also writes…
The two new Ontario Library Service – North websites have been designed to support language revitalization and First Nation public libraries.
On September 27, 2019, thousands of people showed up in 85 Canadian communities to rally and protest on the issue of climate change. Some of these folks work in libraries.
CFLA-FCAB is now entering its fourth year as an entity and so it is time to take stock of where it is as an organization and what the future holds.
Our little public library has served as an information center for municipal, provincial and federal elections and this year we ordered welcome resources from Elections Canada.
Famously, the shift to e-reading is where the latest challenge lies for libraries. All of the “Big Five” North American publishers have been testing out strategies to continue to deliver ebook content to libraries without losing money on book sales. Their strategies promise to do nothing more than cause upheaval to the publishing market.
Kimberley Aslett has no regrets about becoming the lone health librarian in her local hospital. She revels in a job where every day is different because her role is to directly support health research and innovation.