The work of the Canadian Library Association is supported by
Committees. Committees help to further the objectives of the
Association, and provide members with an opportunity to share their
expertise and actively participate in the essential work of CLA.
Committees are divided into two types.
Committees are established by Executive Council to provide
expert advice on topics of strategic professional interest to the
Association. Advisory Committees may be long-term or short-term in
nature, depending on the topic being addressed.
established the following Advisory Committees:
Committees are established by Executive Council to contribute
to the on-going governance of the Association. Standing Committees are
intended to be long-term, as they support functions that are necessary
for the continuing operation of the Association.
established the following Standing Committees:
Council will form new Committees as needs arise. Individuals must be CLA
members in order to be considered for committee appointments, except
where the Committee would benefit from expertise from outside the
library and information community.