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Volume 2, Number 5, September-October 2006

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A Particular Account

Portrait of Captain Philip Durell, 1746Captain Philip Durell's journal, A Particular Account Of the Taking Cape Breton... (1745), is exceedingly rare. No library in Canada reported holding the work until Library and Archives Canada acquired a copy in March 2006. More >>


Message from Ian E. Wilson - Librarian and Archivist of Canada

Photograph of Ian E. Wilson, Librarian and Archivist of Canada Irish Studies Symposium, September 22-23, 2006

To further address growing interest in Irish-Canadian studies, and to showcase our national and international partnerships with leading figures in this field, it is my pleasure to announce that Library and Archives Canada will host the Irish Studies Symposium in September 2006. More >>

Partnerships

Public History Inc.

Public History Inc. made a generous donation towards the digitization of files of the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs held at Library and Archives Canada. More >>

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New Virtual Exhibitions

Artist's rendition of John R. Connon's 1888 PHOTOGRAPHIC INSTRUMENT, right side viewLibrary and Archives Canada presents three new virtual exhibitions: Moving Here, Staying Here; Made in Canada; and Aboriginal Documentary Heritage. These explore the history of Canadian immigration, inventions and Aboriginal peoples. More >>

In Focus

LEGAL DEPOSIT
A gift that lasts…and lasts!

For well over 50 years, legal deposit has ensured that Canada's published heritage is preserved for the benefit of every Canadian now and in the future. More >>

Contest

Answer the following question correctly for your chance to win a copy of Terra Nostra: The Stories Behind Canada's Maps, 1550-1950 by Jeffrey S. Murray.

How many maps, plans, charts and atlases does Library and Archives Canada hold in its collection?

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What's On In OttawaMore
Exhibition Canada and the Hungarian Revolution October 5-22, 2006 National Arts Centre
53 Elgin Street
Southam Hall Mezzanine
Ottawa, Ontario
Exhibition Promoting Canadian Authors
100 Years of McClelland & Stewart
June 13, 2006-
March 4, 2007
Library and Archives Canada
395 Wellington Street
Exhibition Room D
Ottawa, Ontario
Outside OttawaMore
Exhibition Voici l'espace que j'habite: Exhibit of Hector de Saint-Denys Garneau Manuscripts May 6-
September 19, 2006
Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke
Sherbrooke, Quebec
Exhibition The Peter Winkworth Collection of Canadiana
Loyal She Remains--Ontario
August 19-
October 22, 2006
Museum London
London, Ontario
Legend: Film = FilmExhibition = ExhibitionConcert = ConcertConference = ConferenceSpecial Activity = Special Activity