Library and Archives Canada launches a major exhibition—"Canada: Who Do We Think We Are"
During this milestone year in the country's history, I am thrilled that this exhibition is providing free access to a fascinating part of Library and Archives Canada's collection of rarely seen original and artistic items. "Canada: Who Do We Think We Are?" is a one-of-a-kind display of diverse items that will allow us as Canadians to better understand ourselves, our country, and the important role that Library and Archives Canada plays in preserving and making known the country's history.
Dr. Guy Berthiaume
Librarian and Archivist of Canada, Library and Archives Canada
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