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Posts by Jamie Serran

Community Albums – now live!

We are very pleased to announce the launch of Community Albums – please visit the website here and have fun exploring the stories of communities across NS over the last 150 years! Special thanks to Project Coordinator Michelle Boychuk for her dedication to this project, and to all of our participants for sharing their images…

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2017 Conference Schedule

We are pleased to share the schedule for our 2017 conference: CNSA 2017 Conference Schedule The early-bird deadline for registration has been extended to Friday, April 28th, 2017. Please visit the conference page under the “Events” tab on the top menu to register (online or via a downloadable form). Looking forward to seeing you in…

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Registration open now – CNSA conference and pre-conference workshop!

The Board and Education Committee of the CNSA invite you to register for the annual spring conference, “Facilitating Accessibility; Celebrating Diversity”, which will take place on May 11-12, 2017, at Nova Scotia Archives in Halifax. We are also pleased to be hosting a pre-conference workshop, the History of Photography, on May 10, 2017, also at…

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CNSA Spring Conference – Save the Date!

The CNSA will present the 2017 spring conference on May 11-12, 2017, at Nova Scotia Archives. This year, we’ll celebrate Accessibility & Diversity as our theme, and we invite all of our members to join us for two full days of sessions on these themes from an archival perspective. Registration will open shortly on our…

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Documentary Heritage Communities Program (DHCP) 2017-18 funding cycle open now

The Documentary Heritage Communities Program 2017-2018 – Call Letter for Library and Archives Canada’s Contributions Program Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is pleased to announce the launch of the 2017–2018 funding cycle for the Documentary Heritage Communities Program (DHCP). This contribution program increases the ability of local documentary heritage institutions to sustain and preserve Canada’s…

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The AML Conference Website Goes Live

Announcing the Must Attend, First Ever ALM Conference September 25-27, 2015, Halifax, Nova Scotia There is a common thread in what archives, libraries and museums do: we collect, manage, and share resources. The approaches and perspectives may be from different fields, but the knowledge sharing, technology, access and future of information resources, and places in which…

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