It's with pleasure that we announce the election of Suzanne Kettley as the Vice-President/President Elect at the 2015 Annual General Meeting.
The Canadian Association of Leaned Journals (CALJ) welcomes the Tri-Council's Open Access policy. It affirms the societal benefit of public access to research across the entire spectrum of scholarship in science, social science, and the humanities.
The Érudit dissemination and research platform has received $1.4 million from the Canada Foundation of Innovation in order to strengthen the services it provides to Canadian universities, accelerate its technological development, and support the development of digital research in social sciences and the arts.
CALJ has objected to funding cuts by the federal government to Library and Archive Canada, and to the closure of departmental libraries holding unique collection important to the country.
The CALJ letter to the Prime Minister with our objections and the responses from the Government: