Canadian Digital Information Strategy

I will be attending a “thematic meeting” organized by Library and Archives Canada in Vancouver on Wednesday in connection with LAC’s development of a Canadian Digital Information Strategy.

This is pretty important stuff that is being discussed and the outcome may effect government policy, as I understand it.

More information and background documents can be found at the LAC site.


  1. Congratulations, Neil. This is important.

    I notice that LAC invites comments from the public on the issues under discussion, so it’s worthwhile for interested Slawyers to take a look and get involved.

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