Library and Archives of Canada Initiates Aboriginal Resources and Services Program

Pelletier, Deborah
October 2003
Feliciter;2003, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p239
Focuses on the experience of the author as coordinator of the Aboriginal Resources and Services Program initiated by the Library and Archives of Canada. Responsibilities concerning access to Aboriginal resources within Canada; Development of promotional materials and ads in aboriginal media; Assemblage of people representing different types of libraries across Canada to identify universal issues and concerns; Conception of a library and archival services that meet the needs of Aboriginal peoples.


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