Over the course of the pandemic, public libraries across the country have moved into uncharted territory to support their communities.
In late September, the Cree-Dakelh author’s second picture book, The Bear’s Medicine, was chosen for this year’s First Nation Communities READ program.
An op-ed that appeared in the Globe and Mail has generated renewed support for the Public Lending Right program.
Eyland died on May 16, four years after a lung transplant.
User engagement with digital collections has risen more than one hundred per cent at many libraries across Canada.
Each month, Canadian library staff vote for their most-anticipated upcoming books.
Vivek Shraya’s The Subtweet tops April’s list.
Canadian Women Now and Then tops this month’s list.