Hi all,


Interesting article, second from top.  Michael Geist bemoans the national digitization strategy, the slow progress to date, and the cautious approach being adopted in the new ten-year plan.  Canada has fallen behind, Geist says. 


Sadly, not much to be proud of here.







Jocelyne Thompson

Convener, APLA Advocacy Committee




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