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Join CFLA-FCAB’s Intellectual Freedom Committee / Joignez-vous au Comité de la liberté intellectuelle du CFLA-FCAB

Le francais suit. Hello,   CFLA’s Intellectual Freedom Committee is searching for four new members.  We welcome nominations from CFLA member associations and interested individuals who are members of a CFLA/FCAB member association. Once appointed to the Committee, the responsibility of members is to the Committee, not to the nominating body.      The Committee strives to include a wide variety of backgrounds and interests, uniting individuals who value the principles of intellectual freedom and their application in the present context.  The Committee is particularly interested in nominations from individuals from school libraries, academic libraries, government libraries, from the middle and eastern

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Call for Expressions of Interest to represent CFLA-FCAB on the Canadian Committee on Cataloguing

Le francais suit. The CFLA-FCAB Cataloguing and Metadata Standards Committee (CMSC) is seeking expressions of interest in representing CFLA-FCAB on the Canadian Committee on Cataloguing (CCC). One CFLA-FCAB position is currently open and CMSC would like to have someone in place for September 1, 2022. The appointment will be for a three-year term ending August 31, 2025. The Canadian Committee on Cataloguing (https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/services/cataloguing-metadata/Pages/canadian-committee-cataloguing.aspx) is a national advisory committee on matters of cataloguing and bibliographic control. It also represents Canada on the North American RDA Committee (NARDAC). NARDAC represents North America on the RDA Steering Committee (RSC). Among the responsibilities of

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Four Seasons of Reconciliation

Exciting news! First Nations University of Canada and Reconciliation has partnered with the Royal Bank of Canada to offer complimentary access to the 4 Seasons of Reconciliation online course for June, July and August. The self-paced, online program offers 10 modules on truth and reconciliation.  Upon completion of the online course, you will be awarded a certificate of completion issued by the First Nations University of Canada. Seats are limited and first come first serve. The registration link is below. Feel free to forward to others who may be interested. 4 Seasons of Reconciliation offered by RBC (reconciliationeducation.ca)

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