Consequences of Government Interference in the Preservation of Canada’s History

There are reasons why administrators who are not archivists or librarians, but politicians, should not be leading and determining the fate of Canada’s documentary heritage, such as we have seen at the Library and Archives Canada. This is clearly evident when you read about the obstacles that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission have faced with trying to obtain the documentation needed and requested for the review of Canada’s Indian residential schools. An update on this is provided by the National Post , May 2, 2013, http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/05/02/truth-and-reconciliation-commission-determined-to-tell-story-of-canadas-residential-schools/

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