The Right Decision for the Right Reasons

Newman, Wendy
June 2003
Feliciter;2003, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p112
Details the preparations for the 2003 Joint Conference of the Canadian and American Library Associations in Toronto, Ontario. Impact of the spread of SARS; Initiation of discussions with several governmental agencies; Concern over the issuance of travel advisory by the United Nations World Health Organization.


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