Introduction

Vision 2030

Far from making institutions like ours obsolete, the digital revolution has made us more popular than ever. Canadians increasingly seek better access to our collections, both online and in person.

This new reality, combined with the rapid pace of technological change and the financial challenges faced by memory institutions, compels us to adapt and improve our services.

With this in mind, Library and Archives Canada (LAC) launched Vision 2030 in spring 2020. This planning exercise will chart our institution’s course for the next decade—and beyond!

LAC’s mandate has not changed. We will continue to acquire, preserve, and give access to Canada’s documentary heritage. Vision 2030 will better define how we achieve that mandate, set priorities, and harness our resources and capabilities more efficiently.

Why we need your help

As we develop a vision road map—to be unveiled in the spring of 2022—we are keen to consult as broadly as possible to ensure that this road map aligns with our mandate and reflects the needs of Canadian documentary heritage communities. Your participation in this consultation process is extremely useful to us.

Consultation will end on March 28, 2021.
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