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May-June 2005

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The Portrait Gallery of Canada


The Virtual Gramophone


On March 23, 2005, the new concept designs for the Portrait Gallery of Canada were announced by the Minister of Canadian Heritage, the Honourable Liza Frulla, and the Minister of Public Works and Government Services, the Honourable Scott Brison.
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Message from Ian E. Wilson


In this first issue of the e-Newsletter, I would like to bring you up to date on the renewal of the Library and Archives Canada (LAC) grants and contributions program. Full Story >>


A great source of information, The Virtual Gramophone: Canadian Historical Sound Recordings is a website that provides researchers and music enthusiasts with a comprehensive look at the 78-rpm era in Canada. A work in progress, this site invites you on a marvellous journey through the history of music and recorded sound in Canada.
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What's On

In Focus

A single window providing online access to Canada's genealogical resources.
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Library and Archives Canada was the presenting partner at the DOXA Documentary Film and Video Festival. On May 24, the Festival began with a speech by Ian E. Wilson, Librarian and Archivist of Canada, and was followed by the screening of Continuous Journey by filmmaker Ali Kazimi. Full Story >>


What topic would you like to read about in a future issue?


1. Upcoming virtual exhibitions


2. Library and Archives Canada travelling exhibitions


3. Services to researchers


4. Library and Archives Canada Preservation Centre


Library and Archives Canada is an innovative knowledge institution. Our objective is to provide all Canadians with one-stop access to the texts, photographs and other documents that reflect their cultural, social and political development.

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