The theme of the fall/winter 2019 issue of Signatures magazine is partnerships and collaboration. To be a source of enduring knowledge accessible to all, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) relies on a number of national and international partnerships, as well as on the expertise and collaborative efforts of our employees, to enrich and expand access to our collection and preserve the country’s documentary heritage for present and future generations.
In this issue of Signatures, learn more about:
- Co-Lab: LAC’s online collaboration tool
- Our travelling exhibition Hiding in Plain Sight: Discovering the Métis Nation in the Archival Records of Library and Archives Canada
- The TD Summer Reading Club: Canada’s biggest bilingual summer reading program for children of all ages
- The future state-of-the-art LAC/Ottawa Public Library joint facility
- And more!
This issue looks at LAC’s collection and exceptional work, as well as the technical expertise involved in acquiring, preserving and supporting access to our shared history.
Signatures seeks to make known and interpret the living cultural, civic and historical record of Canada, as reflected in its documentary heritage. We hope you find this issue both enlightening and entertaining!