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“Canada lives here:” situating the CBC digital archives within the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s archival landscape
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) has been a force on Canadian airwaves for nearly a century. Within that timeframe, kilometres of textual records and thousands of hours of audiovisual recordings have been produced. ...
Animation matters: the Richard Condie fonds and archiving animation
Animation simultaneously functions as commercial asset, fine art form, mode of communication, and shaper of culture, and so its archives is worth preserving. A precursory analysis of animation archives in Canada reveals ...
Picturing archives: the National Photography Collection, Public Archives of Canada, 1975-1986
This thesis examines the efforts of leading National Photography Collection (NPC) archivists at the Public Archives of Canada (now Library and Archives Canada) to place photographic archives at the heart of archival ...
The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and the pursuit of archival decolonization
Western archival institutions have both silenced and misrepresented Indigenous peoples in Canada for more than a century. These actions have in turn assisted in the colonization and subjectification of a myriad of Indigenous ...
Accessing Manitoba's archives: exploring the status and response to freedom of information and protection of privacy rights at the archives of manitoba
This thesis looks specifically at how freedom of information and privacy protection laws and the various programs, systems, and procedures through which they are administered, interact with and impact archival access. The ...