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 Oct-16 A National Heritage Digital Strategy Steering Committee is formed to develop a draft action plan and engage more community members in the implementation of a national strategy.\\ Oct-16 A National Heritage Digital Strategy Steering Committee is formed to develop a draft action plan and engage more community members in the implementation of a national strategy.\\
  
-Feb-17 LAC announces it will continue to participate with Ottawa Public Library'​s plans to develop a new central main library in the LeBreton Flats area. A final decision on LAC's position to enhance its public access in the city will be made by the federal government in spring 2017.\\+Feb-17 LAC announces it will continue to participate with Ottawa Public Library'​s plans to develop a new central main library in the LeBreton Flats area. A final decision on LAC's position to enhance its public access in the city may be made by the federal government in spring 2017.\\
  
 March-17 LAC announces that OCLC (Online Computer Library Center, Inc.) will provide technical infrastructure for its acquisitions,​ cataloguing,​ serials control, public access, circulation,​ loans to other institutions and will assume responsibility for the management of Canada'​s National Union Catalogue. The OCLC system will cost about $5 million and be phased in over two years as a replacement for the aging AMICUS system in use for two decades. See Dec-10 and May-14.\\ March-17 LAC announces that OCLC (Online Computer Library Center, Inc.) will provide technical infrastructure for its acquisitions,​ cataloguing,​ serials control, public access, circulation,​ loans to other institutions and will assume responsibility for the management of Canada'​s National Union Catalogue. The OCLC system will cost about $5 million and be phased in over two years as a replacement for the aging AMICUS system in use for two decades. See Dec-10 and May-14.\\
  
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