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Governance strives to be as representative as possible of the many constituent sectors within the memory community, such as libraries, archives, government, museums, and historical societies. This pan-Canadian governance structure encourages many types of partners and sectors to participate in the vision, governance and financial support of the organization, a collaborative approach which also gives Canadiana.org the flexibility to grow and the agility to respond to changing opportunities.
Canadiana.org benefits from the strategic advice and input of various committees and user groups. These groups, populated by scholars and librarians, ensure that the work of Canadiana.org remains relevant and useful for the community at large.
Canadiana.org is regulated by a set of by-laws (PDF) which set out the governance requirements of the organization.
Canadiana.org is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of distinguished scholars and representatives of the major memory institutions across Canada. The board is elected by a majority vote during the Annual General Meetings of the organization. Directors hold office for a term of two years, after which they are eligible for re-election for one further two-year term.
University Librarian, University of Ottawa
City Librarian, Toronto Public Library
Service des bibliothèques et archives
Université de Sherbrooke
Département des Littératures de langue française
Université de Montréal
Directeur général Bibliothèque et Archives Canada Bureau du directeur général
Provost and Vice-President
Academic and Research
Mount Allison University
Directrice de la Bibliothèque
Direction générale de la conservation Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
University of Victoria
University Chief Librarian
University of Toronto Libraries