Library and Archives Canada (LAC) will fund three projects submitted by local organizations in Northwest Territories and Yukon under the Documentary Heritage Communities Program (DHCP).
Since 2015, LAC has been providing $1.5 million annually to support projects that promote awareness of local heritage organizations, preserve their collections or make them more accessible. This year, 38 projects (including 30 new projects) from archives, libraries and documentary heritage institutions across Canada will receive support from LAC.
The following projects will be funded by the DHCP in Northwest Territories and Yukon in 2022-2023:
- Cataloguing, Collection Management and Archival Planning: Gwich’in Tribal Council Department of Culture and Heritage (Gwich’in Tribal Council), Inuvik, Northwest Territories, $59,996;
- Illaiqpik – Inuvialuit Game Council Traditional Knowledge Repository (Joint Secretariat), Inuvik, Northwest Territories, $59,649;
- CYFN Archives Access Project 2022-23 (Council of Yukon First Nations), Whitehorse, Yukon, $50,220.
View the list of all recipients for 2022-2023.
About Library and Archives Canada
The mandate of Library and Archives Canada is to preserve the documentary heritage of Canada for the benefit of present and future generations, and to be a source of enduring knowledge accessible to all, thereby contributing to the cultural, social and economic advancement of Canada. Library and Archives Canada also facilitates co-operation among communities involved in the acquisition, preservation and diffusion of knowledge, and serves as the continuing memory of the Government of Canada and its institutions.
Library and Archives Canada is online at www.bac-lac.gc.ca.