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The LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy promotes informed civic engagement online by connecting Canadians with historical and contemporary information pertaining to Canada's democratic experience as embodied in the documentary heritage of Canadian government, governance and political culture.
This section provides information on LAC Forum on Canadian Democracy's past events. Visitors can find the video, audio and transcripts of events as well as links to further research on the events' topics.
This section explores Canada's past and present political themes as they relate to LAC's collections. Content is developed by guest contributors invited to share their expertise.
LAC Collection on Politics and Government
This section introduces researchers to the documentary heritage collections and resources at LAC that support the study of Canadian government and politics. These resources are divided into the following broad categories: Federation, Crown, Cabinet, Prime Minister, Parliament, Public Service, Justice, Elections, and Citizenship.
This section provides an annotated list of online and published resources supplied by LAC for use in teaching and for learning concepts which relate to government and politics in Canada.