Canadian libraries have the common mission of preserving and disseminating Canada’s knowledge and heritage—a crucial component of an innovative, productive and forward-looking country. Our members also provide free access to the information and resources that many Canadians—especially those who face socioeconomic barriers—need to maximize their personal development and wellbeing and their contributions to the economy.
The Canadian Federation of Library Associations (CFLA-FCAB) is the united, national voice of Canada’s library community. As the national voice of Canada’s library communities, CFLA-FCAB will work to:
- advance library excellence in Canada;
- champion library values and the value of libraries; and
- influence national and international public policy impacting libraries and their communities.
Final Report of the Future Federation Working Group
CFLA-FCAB was formed as an outcome of the Future Federation Working Group, to find a new way forward for the Canadian library community.
CFLA-FCAB’s members represent librarians and libraries from across the country.
CFLA-CFAB’s Bylaws and Governance (English only)
Interim Board May 2016 – January 2017
CFLA-FCAB’s Interim Board of Directors. A permanent Board will be elected at CFLA-FCAB’s first Annual General Meeting in February 2017.