As a guardian of the past in a new era, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is committed to fostering practices that preserve and highlight Canada’s rich documentary heritage through innovative methods for present and future generations. In this issue of Signatures, learn more about:
- the meaningful world of reappraisal work, and the multifaceted realm of intellectual property
- LAC’s contributions to practical archival training offered to regional Indigenous organizations and remote communities in northern Manitoba
- our latest Signatures Interviews with the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson and acclaimed author Arlette Cousture
- the Dominion Bridge Company, whose vast projects helped to make Canada a modern, industrial nation
- LAC’s Vision 2030 project, which will guide our work with regard to digital optimization and service transformation to reach new audiences and improve the user experience
- and more!
Signatures seeks to make known and interpret the living cultural, civic and historical record of Canada, as reflected in its documentary heritage. We hope that you find this latest issue both enlightening and entertaining!