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NSLA Conference 2017

Nova Scotia Library Association 2017 Annual Conference

September 29 – October 1, 2017 | Annapolis Basin Conference Centre,Cornwallis, Nova Scotia

For more information, visit the conference website: http://renewyourcuriosity.ca/celebration/

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On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Library Boards Association of Nova Scotia, welcome to our joint 2017 LBANS and NSLA Conference here at the beautiful Annapolis Basin Conference Centre. We trust that you will have a wonderful Conference and gain knowledge that will benefit you and your colleagues for years to come.It has been a pleasure to be involved with the “Libraries 150” theme this year and we know that you have all been inspired by the events taking place at your libraries. Well done everyone.Thank you Annapolis Valley Regional Library for hosting our conference this year. You and your team have done a wonderful job.

- Ruby McDorman, President Library Boards of Nova Scotia

Chronicle-Herald
Thursday, January 20, 2011

Libraries hope for more under new department

Antigonish (CP) - The president of the Library Boards Association of Nova Scotia says a recent cabinet shuffle that saw the responsibility for libraries moved to a new department could be good news.

Mary MacLellan says moving libraries from the Department of Education to the newly created Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage could work out better in terms of both service and funding.

She says while libraries were under the Education Department, it was always a "major struggle" to try to get funding.

Additionally, she says that any time there were cuts in the department, libraries were naturally included.