Ontario Library Association

The Ontario Library Association (OLA) was established in 1900 and is the oldest continually operating library association in Canada.[1] With 5,000 members, OLA is also the largest library association in Canada[2] and among the 10 largest library associations in North America.[1]

Ontario Library Association
Established1900; 121 years ago (1900)
TypeLibrary association
Location
President
Andrea Cecchett
Vice President
Sabrina Saunders
Websiteaccessola.com

The stated purpose of the OLA is to "give profile to the librarians, library workers and trustees in the school, college, university, public and special libraries of Ontario and to foster provincial programs that will improve library services in the institutions and communities our members serve and that will ensure equitable access to information for all citizens of the province."[1]


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