Gull Lake Branch Library

Ingles, Ernie; Van Someren, Jacquelyn
December 2002
Feliciter;2002, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p254
Features the Gull Lake Library in Canada. Decision of the Town Council to close the library to use the building for social service activities; Problems encountered by the organizers in reopening the library; Impact of the creation of the Trans-Canada Highway on the economic development of the country.


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