Internet Archive Canada is proud to be one of the partners providing seed funding to the Respectful Terminology Platform Project. Read the news release: Seed funding secured for NIKLA’s Respectful Terminologies Project. Please visit the NIKLA website (https://www.nikla-ancla.com/projects) for periodic project updates and upcoming engagement opportunities. NIKLA is currently looking for a Project Coordinator to … Continue reading Seeding the National Indigenous Knowledge Alliance’s (NIKLA) Respectful Terminology Project
Internet Archive Canada (along with our Canadian partners) is part of the Democracy’s Library initiative to provide free, open and sustainable access to the full range of government research, data and publications necessary for a continued and sound democracy. By completing this survey, stakeholders (like you) will inform our priorities to make this happen. The … Continue reading Make Your Voice Heard: Share Your Thoughts on Access and Preservation of Canadian Government Publications through our Survey!
“Access is the key to understanding. And understanding is the underpinning of democracy.” Leslie Weir, the Librarian and Archivist of Canada, was a featured guest speaker at the Democracy’s Library launch – an initiative to create a free, open collection of government data. Her words were an inspiration, as she deftly outlined some of the … Continue reading Internet Archive Canada Celebrates the Launch of Democracy’s Library