Friday, August 18. — The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL), in conjunction with Library and Archives Canada (LAC) and the Center for Research Libraries (CRL), invites you to attend @Risk North – an open national forum to be held at … More >> Save the Date: @Risk North open forum, November 10, 2017 in Ottawa
July 27, 2017. – The Canadian Association of Research Libraries has released a statement on Bill C-58: An Act to Amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act. Full text available in PDF
July 26, 2017. — CARL has filed an objection with the Copyright Board of Canada in response to Access Copyright’s Proposed Statement of Royalties to Be Collected by Access Copyright for the Reproduction, Communication to the Public by Telecommunication, Making … More >> CARL Has Filed Objection Re: Access Copyright Proposed Tariff, 2018-2020
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) has issued a response to Global Affairs Canada’s consultations on the renegotiation and modernization of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Full text available in PDF
July 17, 2017. — It is with great pride that CARL wishes to congratulate Katherine McColgan, who after two decades with us will be taking on the role of Executive Director of the Canadian Federation Library Associations (CFLA). Katherine will be at … More >> Congratulations to Katherine McColgan
Since 2014, SPARC’s OpenCon conferences have been providing a unique venue for the next generation of researchers to meet and discuss opportunities around open access, open data, and open educational resources (OER). Continuing our longstanding support for open access to … More >> CARL Scholarship for OpenCon 2017
OTTAWA, July 5, 2017 – The CARL Strengthening Capacity Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 competition in the Graduate Student Research Grant fund. The Graduate Student Research Grant was created to support library school students’ active … More >> 2017 Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) Graduate Student Research Grant
This multi-stakeholder group has concluded its work, outlining a model framework for moving Canadian scholarly publishing toward a more sustainable future, and affirming six principles to guide this process. July 4, 2017. – After ten months of assessing the current … More >> Canadian Scholarly Publishing Working Group Releases Final Report
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries is pleased to share our 2016 Annual Report.
Ottawa, June 20, 2017 – On this National Aboriginal Day, the Canadian Association of Research Libraries welcomes the recent report from the Canadian Federation of Library Associations’ (CFLA) Truth and Reconciliation Committee and endorses in principle the overarching recommendations it makes. … More >> CARL Welcomes the CFLA Truth and Reconciliation Committee Recommendations.