ALVIN M. SCHRADER
SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA



Professional and Public Service

Professional and public service activities are divided into three sections:
Association Memberships and Contributions

Alberta Office of the Seniors Advocate
     Community Advisor, 2019

American Library Association
     Member, 1975-
     Intellectual Freedom Round Table, 1985-
     Social Responsibilities Round Table, 1990-
     Core Values Task Force, Member, 1999-2000
     Learning Round Table, Speakers List on the topics of
          diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility for
          librarians' professional development, March 2019-

Amnesty International
     Member, 1985-

Association for Library and Information Science Education
     Member, 1980-2009
     School Liaison Representative, 1990-1993, 1996-2009
     Membership Committee, Member, 1999-2001
     Nominating Committee, Member, 1999-2001
     Awards and Honors Coordinating Committee, Chair, 2005-2006
     Conference Program Planning Committee, Member, 2005-2006

Book and Periodical Council
     Member, Freedom of Expression Committee, 2012-2016

Canadian Civil Liberties Association
     Member, 1982-

Canadian Council of Information Studies (formerly Canadian Council of Library Schools)
     Member, 1996-2003
     Chair, 2002-2003

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
     Member, 2007-2017

Canadian Library Association
     Member, 1974-2016
     Library Research and Development Committee, 1983-1985
     Intellectual Freedom Advisory Committee, 1985-1986, 1993-1995
          Convenor, 1986-1988, 2009-2016
     Executive Council, Councillor-at-Large, 1996-1999
     Ad Hoc Task Force on CLA Internet Filtering Policy,
          Coordinator, 1997-1998
     Ad Hoc Task Force on CLA Internet Filtering Brochure,
          Coordinator, 1997-1998
     Executive Council, Vice-President / President / Past President,
          2006-2009
     President's Awards Review Committee, Chair, 2009

Center for Free Expression, Ryerson University
     Blogger, 2018-
     Member, CFE Working Group on Intellectual Freedom, 2019-

Edmonton Pride Seniors Group
     Member, 2015-

EGALE, National Seniors Advisory Council
     Member, 2019-2020

Ex Libris Association
     Member, 2007-
     Ex Libris Association Newsletter, Regional Reporter for
          Prairies/Western Canada, 2009-
     Board, 2011-2019

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions
     Committee on Freedom of Access to Information and
          Freedom of Expression, Country Member, 1998-2004
     Internet Manifesto Work Team, 2001-2002

Library Association of Alberta
     Member, 2007-
     Intellectual Freedom Group, 1983-1988, 1990-1991, 1993-1999
          Co-Chair 1992-1993
     Board of Directors, Director (elected), 1993-1995
     Board of Directors, Vice-President/President/
          Past President 1999-2001
     Alberta Library Conference '01 Planning Committee,
          Conference Committee Chair, 2000-2001

National Coalition Against Censorship
     Member, 1985-

PEN Canada
     Member, 2000-

University of Alberta, Faculty of Nursing, TREC (Translating Research in Elder Care)
     VOICES National Advisory Committee, Member, 2017-2019


Professional Contributions

Pride Centre of Edmonton, participant in roundtable discussion with the Honourable Maryam Monsef, Minister of International Development and Minister for Women and Gender Equality, and Randy Boissonnault, M.P. Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 Issues, on investing in LGBTQ2 communities, promoting equality for the LGBTQ2 community, protecting equality rights, and addressing ongoing barriers and discrimination against LGBTQ2 communities, 15 August 2019.

Alberta Health Services, volunteer editor of brochure on Diversity and Inclusion in Continuing Care: A Resource for Clients, Families, Visitors and Healthcare Providers, March 2019.

Alberta Health Services, volunteer editor of Information Sheets on Continuing Care Situational Examples: Teams Providing Care for Sexual and Gender Diverse People, March 2019.

Tri-City Funding Proposal for $97,000 To Engage LGBTQ2S+ Older Adults In Reducing Social Isolation. Standard Grant Application For Funding under the New Horizons For Seniors Program — Pan-Canadian Project, proposal author (with Michael Phair, Ellie Caslake, and Krystal Nieckar). Submitted by Edmonton Pride Seniors Group, OutSaskatoon, and [Winnipeg] Rainbow Resource Centre, 28 February 2019.

Project on Intellectual Freedom Issues, consultant for Ontario urban public library system, November 2018-February 2019.

Edmonton Public Library, moderator for all-day workshop on intellectual freedom for "EPL Leader in Residence: Intellectual Freedom Panel," Edmonton, Alberta, 11 September 2018.

Alberta Health Services, video interview for project on continuing care for LGBTQ+ Albertans, published as Creating Safer and More Welcoming Care for LGBTQ2S+ People, Edmonton, Alberta, 9 September 2019.

Visual Arts Alberta-CARFAC, guest at "Re-Imaging Normal" panel and reception, celebrating the opening of the AFA Travelling Exhibition addressing aspects of LGBTQ+ history in Alberta and re-evaluation of "normal" in the 21st Century, Visual Arts Alberta-CARFAC Project Space, Edmonton, Alberta, 23 May 2018.

Alberta Library Conference 2018, moderator for "Fake News Panel" with panelists Gerald Beasley, Paula Simons, and Kathleen Smith, Jasper, Alberta, 29 April 2018.

Alberta Health Services and Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, co-facilitator (with Michelle Taylor and Michael Phair), "Providing Safer and More Welcoming Continuing Care for LGBTQ2S+ Clients," Geriatric Grand Rounds, Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, Edmonton, 22 January 2018.

Canadian Federation of Library Associations / Fédération canadienne des associations de bibliothèques, consultation about intellectual freedom issues, 2016-2017.

Canadian Library Association, curator and moderator for Intellectual Freedom Forum, "The Promise and the Peril of Intellectual Freedom in the 21st Century," with panelists Jim Turk and Brenda McPhail, Annual Conference, Ottawa, Ontario, 1 June 2016.

Prison Libraries Network: Statement on the Right to Read, consultation with Kirsten Wurmann, Fall 2015. Endorsed by the by the Canadian Federation of Library Associations / Fédération canadienne des associations de bibliothèques, January 2016.

Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians / L'Association canadienne des bibliothécaires académiques professionnels (CAPAL/ACBAP), member of the Census Advisory Working Group, 2015-2019.

LIS 592 Alvin M. Schrader Intellectual Freedom Prize, established in 2015 by donor Alvin M. Schrader for the Master of Library and Information Studies Program, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta: two awards annually per LIS 592 course offering to an MLIS student (on campus or online) who has demonstrated outstanding academic performance and professional potential for intellectual freedom advocacy.

Statement on Intellectual Freedom and Libraries, lead on revision of the Position Statement on Intellectual Freedom (1985), for the Canadian Library Association, approved by Executive Council, 27 September 2015. Adopted by the Canadian Federation of Library Associations / Fédération canadienne des associations de bibliothèques (CFLA/FCAB), 26 August 2016 .

University of Alberta, Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services, adjudicator for the Michael Phair Leadership Award, 2014-2018.

Harrington Park Press, member of the LGBTQ Library and Information Resource Advisory Board, 2013- .

"We Are Here: Edmonton Queer History Project," project manager, Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services, University of Alberta, 2013-2014. Available at https://edmontonqueerhistoryproject.wordpress.com/

College and Research Libraries, referee, 2012-2016.

International Information and Library Review, referee, 2012-2016.

Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, referee, 2012-2016.

Alberta Library Conference, informal liaison at University of Alberta Libraries opening reception for American Library Association President R. Stevens, Jasper, Alberta, April 2011.

Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, member of the Editorial Advisory Team, 2009-2016.

Pride Centre of Edmonton, consultation with Jen Buxton for background on Internet filtering and access to LGBTQ sites and information, 1 March 2006.

Edmonton Public Library, convenor and host for presentation of the play "Assembly," by Mieko Ouchi, starring Robert Corness, for Freedom to Read Week, Whitemud Crossing Library Branch, Edmonton, Alberta, 20 February 2005.

University of Alberta, Media Relations, consultation with Sandra Halme on librarian labour forecasts, 18 January 2003.

University of Northern British Columbia Library, consultation with Allison Nussbaumer, University Librarian, on controversy over 1975 book Bended Elbow by Eleanor Jacobson, 14 January 2003.

Alberta Learning Information Service, reviewed the Occupational Profile for "Librarian," December 2002.

Ontario Council on Graduate Studies, appraisal consultant, Graduate Programs in Library and Information Science at the University of Western Ontario, October 2002.

National Data Archive Consultation, Phase II, collaborated with Chuck Humphrey, University of Alberta Libraries, on a grant proposal for $12,000 to provide research support to a jointly sponsored initiative of Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council and the National Archives of Canada, for submission to the President's Fund, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Fall 2001; project completed April 2002.

Cultural Human Resources Council Joint Initiative on Human Resources in the Canadian Heritage Institutions, member of the 8Rs Steering Committee, 2002-2005; Canadian Library Human Resource Study, member of the 8Rs Research Team, 2005-2006.

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, research appraisal and institutional nominator for Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Alberta, 2001, 2002.

Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, coordinated on-site visit of the External Review Team as part of the School of Library and Information Studies graduate program and research review, University of Alberta, 2-3 November 2000; appeared (with H. Olson) before the Graduate Assistance Policy Committee, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, to answer questions about the External Review Team's report on the School's graduate program and research, April 2001.

Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, edited Report, Graduate Program and Research Review, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, 2 October 2000.

Have a Safe Trip! A Parent's Guide to Safety on the Internet, consultant on revision of brochure for the Canadian Library Association, August 2000.

Canadian Library Association Annual Conference, hosted a reception for Canadian library and information studies faculty, Edmonton, Alberta, 21 June 2000.

KALIPER Project (a study identifying major trends in library and information studies curricular change), organized a presentation to the faculty of the School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, 8 May 2000.

Greater Edmonton Library Association, the Alberta Association of Library Technicians, and Edmonton Public Library, moderator of panel discussion "Intellectual Freedom and the Web: Multiple Points of View," as part of Freedom to Read Week, Edmonton, Alberta, 1 March 2000.

Videon Edge Poll, initiated public survey question, "Should information obtained through Internet access stations in public libraries be filtered?" which ran 28 February-4 March 2000.

Delphi study participant, conducted by Jenny Bronstein on the transformations occurring to both libraries and information centers and the career paths of information professionals, December 1999.

Department of Educational Policy Studies, Faculty of Education, participated in site visit review of departmental graduate programs and research, University of Alberta, October 1999.

American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, represented the School of Library and Information Studies Program to answer questions about the review of the accreditation of the Master of Library and Information Studies Program at the University of Alberta, New Orleans, June 1999.

American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, coordinated and hosted on-site visit of the External Review Panel for the review of the accreditation of the Master of Library and Information Studies Program at the University of Alberta, 22-23 March 1999.

University of Calgary Library Council, guest speaker, University of Calgary, March 1999.

American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, edited the Program Presentation for the review of the accreditation of the Master of Library and Information Studies Program at the University of Alberta, February 1999.

"Freedom to Read Week," reviewed essay contest description, January 1999.

National Library of Canada, member of the National Core Library Statistics Program Advisory Committee representing the Canadian Council of Information Studies, 1999-2003.

The Alberta Library, member of the Advocacy Working Group, Electronic Performance Measures for Alberta Public Libraries, 1999-2001.

Edmonton Public Library, review of draft policy on Internet Use, December 1998.

Ottawa Public Library, presented workshop to senior management on intellectual freedom issues in public libraries, October 1998.

National Library of Canada and National Archives of Canada, brief submitted to Dr. John English on their future role, September 1998.

Alberta Library Conference 1998, hosted presentation by the School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, "New Literacies Research and Other Discoveries," Jasper, Alberta, 2 May 1998.

American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, member of the External Review Panel for reaccreditation of the MLIS degree program at Dalhousie University, Halifax, March 1998.

Canadian Library Association, represented the School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, at tribute for retiring Canadian Library Association Executive Karen Adams, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 28 February 1998.

<>Canadian Library Association, coordinated development of a brochure on Internet filtering Have a Safe Trip! A Parent's Guide to Safety on the Internet, December 1997-May 1998.

Canadian Library Association, coordinated development for Executive Council of "Statement on Internet Access," 8 November 1997.

Alberta Library Conference 1997, hosted presentation by the School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, "Gateways: MLIS Curriculum, SLIS Research," Jasper, Alberta, 26 April 1997.

Edmonton Public Library, workshop presenter with B. Bulat for staff on "Overview of Intellectual Freedom in Canadian Public Libraries," 9 April 1997.

The Alberta Library, advisor on continuing education survey questionnaire and ethics review requirements, 1997; member of the Continuing Education and Training Work Team, 1997-1999.

School of Library and Information Studies Alumni, hosted receptions in Edmonton, October 1996 and annually thereafter; Calgary, 1996, 1997, 1998; Regina, 1997; Jasper, 1998, 1999; Ottawa, 1998; Toronto, 1999; Edmonton, 2000.

Friends of the Edmonton Public Library, co-facilitator with Jackie Dumas of a book discussion group on "Forbidden Passages: For Whose Eyes Only?" 27 February 1996.

Faculty of Education, University of Alberta, interview for Faculty Research Video interview "Research on Freedom of Expression and Censorship Issues," February 1996.

Edmonton Public Library, staff workshop presenter with B. Bulat for staff on "Overview of Intellectual Freedom in Canadian Public Libraries," 24 November 1995.

Public Library Review Committee, submission of a draft preamble for legislation governing Alberta public libraries, 30 November 1994.

Edmonton Public Library, staff workshop presenter with B. Bulat for staff on "Overview of Intellectual Freedom in Canadian Public Libraries," 25 November 1994.

Edmonton Public Library, staff workshop presenter on "Managing Intellectual Freedom," 22 November 1994.

Public Library Review Committee, oral and written submissions on "The Central Role of Intellectual Freedom in Alberta Public Libraries," 2 November 1994.

City of Edmonton, official opening of "Freedom to Read Week," City Hall, Edmonton, 28 February 1994.

Canadian Association for Information Science Annual Conference, program chair 1994-1995, for CAIS '95, Edmonton, Alberta, 7-10 June 1995; referee for abstracts of papers 1996-1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002; program committee member, 2002, 2003.

"All-Party Panel on Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Legislation", presentation on behalf of the Library Association of Alberta on Bill 1, 19 October 1993.

City of Edmonton, written submission to the Mayor requesting a Proclamation in Support of "Freedom to Read Week", 29 November 1991, subsequently endorsed by the Mayor.

Edmonton Public Library, presentation to the Board to seek endorsement of a submission to the Mayor of the City of Edmonton for a Proclamation for 1992 in support of "Freedom to Read Week," 13 November 1991.

Federal government proposed classification system, PS2000 proposal, pertaining to the Library Sciences group, response to the PS2000 Working Group on behalf of the School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta, March 1991.

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, assessor for research grant applications,1991,1993,1996,1996,1998.

Alberta Public Libraries Futures Conference, referee for student proposals to attend, 19-21 October 1990, Calgary, Alberta.

External Assessor for tenure and promotion reviews of academic faculty and librarians, 1990-2012: Kent State University 1990; Dalhousie University 1991; University of British Columbia 1992; University of Wisconsin-Madison 1992; University of Western Ontario 1996; University of British Columbia 1996; University of Western Ontario 1996; Université de Montréal 1997; Bar-Ilan University, Israel 1999; University of Toronto 2001,2003; University of Alberta 2001,2002,2002; University of British Columbia 2004,2005; Bar-Ilan University, Israel 2005; Rutgers The State University 2006; University of Saskatchewan 2010,2012.

"International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science: Historical, Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives," member of the program planning committee 1990-1991, Tampere, Finland, 26-28 August 1991.

Canadian Institute for International Peace and Security, invited written submission on past programs and future directions for the Institute, 24 February 1989.

"Factors Influencing the Outcome of Challenges to Materials in Middle, Junior, and Senior High School Libraries," member of an expert panel for a U.S. Department of Education funded study (principal researcher D. Hopkins, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Wisconsin Madison), 1989 1990.

Edmonton Public Library, invited written submission on pressures to remove or restrict access to Holocaust revisionist materials, 29 August 1988.

"Information Package on Bill C 54," compiled published information on the Canadian government's proposed sexual censorship legislation, Bill C 54, 1987, rev. 1988.


Media and Public Advocacy

CBC Edmonton News, interview with Alexandra Zabjek for background information on the dispute between an Edmonton Public Library Board member and the Library and on the broader context of censorship pressures on public libraries, 12 February 2020.

Canadian Press, interview with Nicole Thompson on the history of libraries as a place for free expression, conflict over public libraries booking speakers or renting rooms to groups hosting speakers holding controversial views, and a broader look at the issues surrounding the Toronto Public Library booking by Meghan Murphy, 26 October 2019; published as Planned event with Meghan Murphy reignites debate about libraries' role as forum for free speech, by Nicole Thompson, Globe and Mail, 27 October 2019.

Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council, interview with April Magee, for a blog post for Connecting Edmonton Seniors about the Edmonton Pride Seniors Group and efforts to mitigate social isolation among LGBTQ+ seniors, 27 June 2019.

Global News Radio network, interview with Charles Adler on "Charles Adler Tonight" on the decision by the school board in Peel Ontario not to support teachers who choose to include To Kill a Mockingbird in their curriculum, 19 October 2018.

Avenue Magazine, interview with Curtis Gillespie for article on Edmonton Public Library CEO Pilar Martinez and the Library's stance on intellectual freedom, published as Warning, 30 January 2018.

Book and Periodical Council, interview with Julie Payne for article Word Warrior: Alvin M. Schrader in Conversation with Julie Payne, for the 2016 Champion of Free Expression Award, September 2015.

Book and Periodical Council, media contact for "Freedom to Read Week," 2010-

Edmonton Journal, interview with Scott McKeen for article "Civilization's safe after all. Libraries are cool again," 12 May 2003, p. B1.

Edmonton Journal, interview with David Howell for article "Libraries will not filter Web porn, but educate instead," 2 May 2003.

Globe and Mail, interview with Kim Lunman for article "Library porn surfers living on borrowed time," 1 May 2003, p. A3.

Edmonton Journal, interview with Jodie Sinnema on possible media story on Canadian library research, 21 August 2002.

ExpressNews, University of Alberta, interview with Stephen Osadetz for media story on Canadian library research, "Prof Checks Out Canadian Libraries," 19 August 2002. Available at URL http://www.expressnews.ualberta.ca/expressnews/articles/ideas.cfm?p_ID=2822).

Building Bridges, interview with Colleen Hawreluk for article published as "Internet Filtering: A Band-Aid Solution?" Fall/Winter 2001, p.3.

Freedom to Read Week Kit 2002, interview with Peter Carver on Internet filtering software, Summer 2001. Available at URL http://www.freedomtoread.ca/kits/2002/kit2002.pdf

Quill and Quire, interview with Karen Hammond on trends and issues concerning the Canadian Library Association and 2001 annual conference for columns "CLA Convention Preview" and "CLA Members Consider Radical Changes," May 2001.

Quill and Quire, interview with D. Crawley on public library acquisition practices and budgets for article published March 2001.

Alberta Views, interview with Dan Rubinstein on public library funding in Alberta for article "Book Angel: Taking the Spiriting of Reading to the Back Roads in a Blue Chevy Astro," January-February 2001.

Freedom to Read Week Kit 2001, interview with Sarah Thring on Internet filtering software for article "The Cautions Remain About Filters," November 2000.

Folio, interview with Phoebe Dey, about the role of librarians in managing electronic information for column published 7 January 2000.

Letter to the President of the Canadian Library Association in support of resolution #1 passed at the 1999 CLA AGM, asking Executive Council to seek to extend scholarship support for Master's and PhD students in library and information studies, 1 November 1999.

Letter submitted, with Toni Samek, Chair of the Intellectual Freedom Committee of the Library Association of Alberta, to the Calgary Herald, questioning the decision of the Calgary Public Library to install Internet filters on their public workstations, 30 September 1999. Published in Letter of the LAA, 121 November 1999, pp. 4-5. Also reported in American Libraries, February 2000, p. 23.

Edmonton Journal, interview with Mitch Cooper about public library fee-for-service policies, April 1999.

CTV National News, interview with Ken Ernhoffer on Internet pornography, 31 March 1999.

University of Alberta Students' Union, interview with Kathryn Andrusky about SLIS mid-term course evaluation process, 9 February 1999.

Interview with Margaret McPherson, freelance journalist, on "Freedom to Read Week," 3 February 1999.

VUE Weekly, interview with Dan Rubenstein on "Freedom to Read Week," 21 January 1999.

Danish National Broadcasting, Copenhagen, interview with Ole Reitov, International Editor, on library censorship, 14 January 1999.

The Gateway, interview with Nathaniel Fairbairn, on Maclean's Magazine rankings, 26 November 1998.

ISRATECH, interview with Israel's high-tech on-line news on Internet censorship, July 1998.

Victoria Times Colonist, Letter to the Editor by P. Whitney and A.M. Schrader, "Free Expression Doesn't Condone Discrimination," 16 June 1998, p. A15.

CJSR Gaywire, radio interview with Kristy Harcourt about "Freedom to Read Week," 26 February 1998.

Edmonton Journal, interview with Charles Mandel for news article on "Freedom to Read Week," 23 February 1998.

CHED, radio interview with Leslie Primeau about intellectual freedom, 30 July 1997.

cnet news, interview with Sam Ladiner on Internet filtering software, 19 July 1997.

Edmonton Journal, interview with Tom Barrett for news article on intellectual freedom award, 24 July 1997.

Winnipeg Sun, interview with Pat St. Germaine, Books Editor, about "Freedom to Read Week," 22 May 1997.

CBC Radio Winnipeg, interview with Diane Poulin about police censorship of Women on Topby Nancy Friday, 21 May 1997.

Banff Cragan Canyon Newspaper, interview with Sherry Vicason for article about "Freedom to Read Week," 22 February 1997.

Globe and Mail, interview with Charles Mandel, freelance journalist, for article about "Freedom to Read Week," 21 January 1997.

AM930 Radio, radio interview with Doug Main on "Freedom to Read Week," 27 February 1996.

Access TV, television interview with Trent Waladko for "L and R News" on "Freedom to Read Week," 27 February 1996.

CHED 530 Radio, radio interview with Lesley Primeau on "Alberta Tonight" on censorship, 24 August 1995.

Calgary Herald, interview with Jim Cunningham for an article on library censorship, 25 June 1995.

Ottawa Citizen, news release on Canadian public library censorship study, 10 March 1992.

CBC Radio Winnipeg, news release on Canadian public library censorship study, 10 March 1992.

CBC Radio, radio interview for "Arts Report" on Canadian public library censorship study, 21 February 1992.

Edmonton Journal, news article on Canadian public library censorship study, 21 February 1992.

CFCW, radio interview on Canadian public library censorship study, 20 February 1992.

Copley Radio Network San Diego, radio interview on Canadian public library censorship study, February 1992.

WINK Ft. Myers, radio interview on Canadian public library censorship study, 22 January 1992.

CensorStop, written news release for distribution at the 1992 Annual Convention of the Canadian Booksellers Association, 1992.

Research Report: A Media Service, news article on Canadian public library censorship study, December 1991.

CJSR, radio interview with S. McCann and K. Turnbull on Canadian public library censorship study, 18 November 1991.

The Gateway, news article on Canadian public library censorship study, 5 November 1991.

Folio, news article on Canadian public library censorship study, 25 October 1991.

Canadian Living Magazine, inquiry on Canadian public library censorship study, 1991/92.

Canadian Science News, inquiry on Canadian public library censorship study, 1991/92.

The Gazette, University of Western Ontario student newspaper, inquiry on Canadian public library censorship study, 1991/92.

Globe and Mail, inquiry on Canadian public library censorship study, 1991/92.

Quill and Quire, inquiry on Canadian public library censorship study, 1991/92.

Vancouver Sun, inquiry on Canadian public library censorship study, 1991/92.

Writers' Union of Canada, inquiry on Canadian public library censorship study, 1991/92.




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