The following brief announcement was written by the Canadian Association of University Teachers and published at http://www.caut.ca/pages.asp?page=1036:
Canadian Association of University Teachers to launch national campaign to Save Library and Archives Canada
(Ottawa, October 28, 2011) On Wednesday, November 2, the Canadian Association of University Teachers will launch its national campaign: “Save Library and Archives Canada”.
The campaign will expose how major restructuring of Library and Archives Canada is undermining the institution responsible for preserving Canada’s history and heritage. “Library and Archives Canada is cutting services and acquisitions. Unless this is reversed, the damage to our country will be enormous,” said CAUT’s executive director James L. Turk.
James Turk, Executive Director, Canadian Association of University Teachers
Liam McGahern, President, Antiquarian Booksellers Association of Canada
Announcement of National Campaign to “Save Library and Archives Canada”
Charles-Lynch Press Conference Room, Centre Block, Parliament Hill
WHEN: Wednesday, Nov 2 at 11:00 am
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