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The Courier – November 2018 Released!

The Courier – November 2018 Released!

The latest issue of the Courier has now been published! Thanks to Leah Strudwick, Mary Gu, and Kathryn Kingston for contributing. If you have any feedback, please let us know in the comments below, or contact Sarah Morrison directly. Please also reach out to Sarah if you have a submission idea for the next issue! […]

SLA Toronto AGM Recording

SLA Toronto AGM Recording

Thanks to everyone who attended the SLA Toronto Annual General Meeting on Nov 6, 2018! Click here to view a recording of the meeting.

Joint Holiday Social – December 11, 2018

Joint Holiday Social – December 11, 2018

Join your colleagues from special libraries and information centres across Toronto and the GTA to celebrate the holiday season! The evening will feature a professional headshot photographer, words from participating associations, awards, and door prize draws, not to mention food, drinks, and opportunities to connect with others in the Toronto special libraries community. We are […]

Vendors Corner: FPinfomart.ca Adds Media Analysis & Mobile Access

FPinfomart.ca is Canada’s premier provider of the best and most comprehensive selection of news and business information. Owned and operated by CanWest MediaWorks Publications Inc., FPinfomart.ca offers targeted news, company, financial, and industry information gathered from over 230 qualified Canadian and international sources. Trusted by hundreds of top organizations, FPinfomart.ca enables clients to make informed […]

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Vendors Corner: OCLC Canada

www.oclc.org/ca/en Based in Chambly, Quebec, OCLC Canada serves all provinces and territories in Canada. As a division of the world’s largest library cooperative, OCLC Canada works with more than 950 participating Canadian organizations–many of them special libraries. eAudiobooks from NetLibrary and Recorded Books ( www.oclc.org/ca/en/audiobooks/ ) are just one of the latest products and services […]

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President’s Letter

It seems that we celebrate more when the weather is warm. Whether you are at a wedding or just having a simple BBQ in your backyard, we all seem to be more open to finding pleasure in the moment during the summer. As a chapter we have much to celebrate. The 2005 SLA Annual Conference […]

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Board Watch

It’s hard to believe that the 2005 SLA conference has come and gone! Hosting the conference in Toronto was a unique opportunity for us to showcase our Chapter, our wonderful city and the convention centre. For me, the highlight was co-convening, with Barbara Slawek, the ever-popular Canadian reception. Barbara and I were delighted to learn […]

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New & Returning Members: Summer 2005 Membership Update

Name Company / Institution City Member Since Micromedia Proquest   Toronto 03-May-05 Environment Canada   Gatineau, PQ 26-Apr-05 Patricia Aspinwall Stouffville 10-May-05 Jeren Balayeva University of Western Ontario London 28-Apr-05 Gurvinder Batra Bloorview MacMillan Children’s Centre Toronto 12-Apr-05 Sabina Bhatia University of Toronto Toronto 02-May-05 Andrea Bizzotto Bain & Co Information Services Toronto 24-Apr-05 Linda […]

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Passings

Dennis Gaulin: Infopreneur Extraordinaire By Vicki Casey The information world lost one of its best and brightest with the sudden death of Dennis Gaulin on July 16th, 2005. Dennis was an advocate for information and the benefits it could bring when applied judiciously and wisely. Always the master of metaphor, he saw its potential reflected […]

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Virtually Yours

AgeSource Worldwide www.aarp.org/research/agesource/ AARP’s database, AgeSource Worldwide, identifies and provides links to over 300 major or unique libraries, clearinghouses, databases, directories, bibliographies, and Web metasites around the world that focus on aging or closely allied subjects. Some 30 countries are represented in AgeSource Worldwide. Topix: Canadian News with RSS feed www.topix.net/ca Topix.net was founded in […]

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Report from the Toronto Solo Committee

Fall Plans I have been asked to continue as chair for the Solos until the end of the calendar year and have a few plans for the upcoming fall season. BUT I WOULD BE HAPPY TO GET ADDITIONAL SUGGESTIONS FROM YOU! Last winter, the Solos living and/or working north of Toronto got together for dinner […]

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Reflections on SLA-TSG’s Activities in 2004-2005

This was a special year to be an SLA student representative at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information Studies (FIS) since the 96th annual SLA Conference was held in Toronto. Judging by the number of FIS students who turned out for the conference both as attendees and as volunteers, special librarianship is a career […]

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Swing Dances and Smarties: Volunteer Adventures at the SLA Toronto Hospitality Booth

“Where can I get a Swing dance?” This was my first question as I began my shift as a volunteer at the Toronto Chapter Hospitality Booth at the recent SLA conference. What’s more, it was clear that the conference delegate asking the question was in a rush to get somewhere else. She wanted an answer […]

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