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NIKLA Site Launches

We stand on the shoulders of giants who came before us: from the First Nation public librarians in Ontario, to the Archivists and Academic Librarians in Canada; we have had numerous meetings over the years, all hoping to establish an association where Indigenous and Ally practitioners could work together in an Indigenous framework.

The inaugural National Indigenous Knowledge & Language Alliance (NIKLA) Board is happy to launch our site and memberships. We have double checked our banking today and are now live for old friends and new members to join us. Spread the word! Feel free to email us at our new email of and of course visit the site at

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