Freedom to Read Week, February 18-24, 2024.
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Freedom to Read Week

February 18 – 24, 2024

This event is celebrated across Canada in February each year, encouraging Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom.

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Saskatchewan Libraries Conference

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Saskatchewan Libraries Conference

May 2 – 3, 2024

Registration for this year’s conference opens February 1! Check out our lineup of speakers and a full conference schedule.

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One Book One Province

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One Book One Province

April 2024

Join people across Saskatchewan in reading Miss G and Me! Six libraries across the province are hosting in-person events with the book’s author, Jennifer Wallace.

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Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month

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Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month

February is Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month, put on by Library Services for Saskatchewan Aboriginal Peoples (LSSAP). Events are happening in libraries across the province all month long!

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Learn About Membership with SLA

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Learn About Membership with SLA

SLA offers its members a wide range of benefits, including access to continuing education grants, program supports, and professional development opportunities. Learn how you can benefit from joining SLA!

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Freedom to Read Week

Welcome to the Saskatchewan Library Association

The Saskatchewan Library Association (SLA) is a provincial, volunteer, non-profit, and charitable organization designed to further the development of library service in Saskatchewan and through libraries, the culture of the province.

SLA provides information, advocacy, awareness, education, membership benefits and cultural opportunities for library workers and the public at large through its general operations and programs.

SLA’s work and support reaches lands covered by Treaties 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10, the traditional lands of the Cree, Dakota, Dene, Lakota, Nakota and Saulteaux peoples, and homeland of the Métis.

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Professional Development

SLA provides professional development opportunities to its members through continuing education grants, the annual Saskatchewan Libraries Conference, and webinars throughout the year.

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Advocacy

SLA gives a unified voice to Saskatchewan’s diverse library and information services community, and uses this voice to advocate on behalf of libraries and to raise awareness of the impact libraries have on our communities.

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Programs

SLA puts on a wide range of programs, including One Book One Province and Saskatchewan Library Week. Our goal is to give you tools to help you reach your library community more effectively.

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