The Canadian Library Association/Association canadienne des bibliothèques is the national voice for?Canada’s library communities.

The following pages contain links, documents and resources on the advocacy work the Canadian Library Association has performed to date.

CLA Statements

Fair e-Book Pricing

CLA advocates for amendments to the proposed Bill C-51
CLA advocates on and contributes to discussions on AMICUS and National Union Catalogue
Long Form Census and Statistics
CLA advocates on Copyright Issues
CLA continues to advocate with the federal government regarding federal libraries and Library and Archives Canada
CLA defends against challenges to intellectual freedom
CLA contributes to various federal government consultations
CLA participates in the Library and Archive Canada’s Pan-Canadian Documentary Heritage Network
Issues of concern to the Canadian library and information community and CLA’s involvement
Research and Statistics on the State of Canadian Libraries
CLA provides training materials to help members become effective advocates


CLA Statements

CLA Statement on Public Access to the Internet?(February 2015)

CLA Statement urging government to return Statistics Canada to its?status as one of the world’s most respected National Statistical agencies (October 2014)

CLA Advocacy Update (December 2014)

The Canadian Library Association expresses concern regarding the transmission of unencrypted data via Adobe Digital Edition 4 software?(October 2014)

Position Statement on the Fundamental Right of People who are Incarcerated to Read, Learn and Access Information?(September 2014)

CLA Endorses The Lyon Declaration on Access to Information and Development?(August 2014)

Canadian Library Association Signs Letter Opposing the Use of TPP Negotiations (Trans-Pacific Partnerships) as Backdoor to Changing Canada’s Copyright Laws.?(July 2014)

CLA Statement regarding Federal Government Library Consolidation and Closures?(February 2014)

CLA Recommendations on Crown Copyright and Licensing?(December? 2013)

CLA Statement on Social Media Monitoring of Canadians?(December 19, 2013)

CLA Response to Canada’s Action Plan on Open Government?(September 2013)
CLA Responds to Canada’s Draft Action Plan on Open Government 2.0 Consultation?( October?2014)

CLA Response to Consultation Process on the Tri-Agency Open Access Policy?(December 12, 2013)


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CLA advocates for amendments to the proposed Bill C-51

Bill C-51 (formerly proposed)

CLA advocates on and contributes to discussions on AMICUS and National Union Catalogue

AMICUS and National Union Catalogue

Long Form Census and Statistics

Long Form Census and Statistics

CLA advocates on copyright issues

CLA advocates on Copyright Issues

CLA continues to advocate with the federal government regarding?federal libraries and Library and Archives Canada

Federal Libraries and Libraries and Archives Canada

CLA defends against challenges to intellectual freedom.

Intellectual Freedom

CLA contributes to various federal government consultations

Federal Government Consultations

CLA participates in the Library and Archive Canada’s Pan-Canadian Documentary Heritage Network

Library and Archive Canada’s Pan-Canadian Documentary Heritage Network

Issues of concern to the Canadian library and information community and CLA’s involvement

Access to Information for Print Disabled Canadians

Various Briefs submitted and Presentations made

Research and Statistics on the State of Canadian Libraries

CLA provides training materials to help members become effective advocates

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