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Volume 1, Number 3, September-October 2005

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A Wish for Peace

 

New Virtual Exhibitions

 
  Poster of 2005-2006 edition of Read Up On ItWith the start of a new school year, Library and Archives Canada is publishing A Wish for Peace, this year's edition of Read Up On It, which presents a list of Canadian children's books devoted to peace, war and the outcomes of the many conflicts that have shaken human history.
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  Splash page of the website Tales From The Vault!: Canadian Pulp Fiction, 1940-1952A wide variety of online virtual exhibitions have recently been added to the Library and Archives Canada website. Topics explored on these sites are as diverse and intriguing as UFOs and pulp fiction. Other fascinating exhibitions will be launched this fall.
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  Message from Ian E. Wilson - Librarian and Archivist of Canada

Photograph of Ian E. Wilson, Librarian and Archivist of CanadaLibrary and Archives Canada (LAC) and the Canadian Council of Archives (CCA) are working in partnership to assist Canadian archives in obtaining funding for the development of Web projects and other digital content designed to make their holdings more widely available to the public.
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In Focus

Jock Carroll Fonds Returns to Canada

In June 2005, the fonds of Canadian photojournalist Jock Carroll was donated to Library and Archives Canada.
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  What's On - Events at 395 Wellington Street in Ottawa

Activities Outside Ottawa

Where Are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools

September 22, 2005-January 7, 2006
Woodland Cultural Centre
Brantford, Ontario

The Peter Winkworth Collection of Canadiana

September 17-November 27, 2005
McMichael Canadian Art Collection
Kleinburg, Ontario
January 28-March 26, 2006
Art Gallery of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario
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  Partnerships

From October 20, 2005, to April 14, 2006, Library and Archives Canada presents Scoop! A Salute to 160 Years of the Ottawa Citizen.
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