- Make people aware of LAC’s mandate and its experts and collection, and highlight their value with Canadians. Examples include:
- Signatures Series
- Wallot-Sylvestre Seminars
- Lectures with partners
- Genealogy events with BAnQ and the Société de généalogie de l’Outaouais
- Pursue and develop a dynamic and innovative public program with partners and other interested parties.
- Public tours of the Preservation Centre
- Book launches with Ottawa Public Library and the Ottawa International Writers Festival
- Promote the visibility and relevance of LAC’s mandate within the community of the Canadian government.
- Explore the possibility of increasing Canada-wide public programming through a proactive approach with partners and other interested parties.
- LAC’s regional offices
- Agreements with universities
- LAC’s public events are appreciated by Canadians and well received by the media.
- LAC and its partners have developed diverse public programming that encourages awareness, with a transparent approach that fosters openness and dialogue:
- Smart Cities conference
- LAC situates itself as a gathering place, a space open to the general public that encourages knowledge transfer.
- LAC should continue its public activities with Ottawa Public Library in advance of the move to a joint facility, so Canadians will become familiar with this new way of working.
- LAC is essential to the transfer of knowledge and information management.
- LAC encourages authors, historians and information managers to actively promote Canadian democracy and culture among Canadians.
- Through its public programming, LAC actively participates in Canada’s democratic development.