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Whitmell, Vicki
April 2002
Feliciter;2002, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p50
Reports that the Canadian Library Association's (CLA) Campaign for Canada's Libraries project had its first success when Canada Post and the Department of Canadian Heritage ratified a deal that will continue the Library Book Rate to 2004. Increase of the mailing rate by 13.1 per cent over three years; CLA lobby focusing on the value of the Library Book Rate to Canadians.


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