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Past Events

Special Events

LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy collaborated with academic, cultural and government organizations to present events with expert panels, music, film and other media to explore the breadth and depth of political culture and civic issues.


Nunavut 10th Anniversary Celebration

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Nunavut, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) hosted a one-day celebratory event to promote informed reflection and dialogue on the past, present and future of Nunavut. Read more

Book Launch

On December 9, 2008, the LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy hosted the launch of former Premier of Saskatchewan Allan Blakeney's book entitled An Honourable Calling: Political Memoirs. Read more

LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy and the Corporate Management and Government Records Sector present:

New Approaches to Recordkeeping: Enabling litigation readiness within the Government of Canada with the introduction of a recordkeeping regulatory regime. Read more

LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy and the Status of Women present International Women's Day.

A day of dialogue about:
Aboriginal Women and Government
Women and Canadian Democracy
Saturday, March 8th 2008 Read more

Democracy on the Table: LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy Advisory Committee

On Friday, January 25, 2008, Library and Archives Canada hosted the first meeting in Ottawa of the LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy Advisory Committee. The agenda for the day addressed the context of LAC's new initiative and helped to define the Forum's opportunities and objectives as it seeks to connect Canadians with historical and contemporary information pertaining to Canada's democratic experience. Read more

Legacies and Legends: Prime Ministers and Their Memoirs

On Thursday, November 29, 2007, the LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy was launched at an event entitled Legacies and Legends: Prime Ministers and Their Memoirs. Held in partnership with the University of Ottawa's Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, the event took place at the University's Tabaret Hall, with students, scholars and public officials in attendance. Read more