About our magazine
Signatures: The Magazine of Library and Archives Canada seeks to make known and interpret the living cultural, civic, and historical record of Canada as reflected in its documentary heritage. Written and produced by the staff of Library and Archives Canada (LAC)—including librarians, archivists, conservators, curators, and many other specialists.
Signatures provides a behind-the-scenes look at our treasures and the technical expertise involved in acquiring, preserving, and supporting access to our shared history.
Signatures is published twice a year, both in print and online.
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Signatures, Fall/Winter 2017
Theme: How digitization is part of our daily work
Signatures, Spring/Summer 2017
Theme: 20th anniversary of the opening of our Preservation Centre
Signatures, Fall/Winter 2016
Theme: Canada: 150 years of stories, great and small
Signatures, Spring/Summer 2016
Theme: Secrets in our collection
Signatures, Fall/Winter 2015
Theme: First issue