Browsing Adoptive Repositories by Title

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  • Dirksen, Jean (Saskatchewan Library Association, 1993)
    Long before I moved to Saskatchewan, I was attracted to its spirit and vitality. Long before I gave voice to my own inner belief in empowerment, I connected with this province's astounding aptitude for challenging ...
  • Butala, Sharon (Saskatchewan Library Association, 1997-04-18)
    Mary Donaldson. the first Provincial Librarian, was responsible for the library network in Saskatchewan . As a rural person, I will be eternally grateful for the excellent, indeed groundbreaking, work Mary Donaldson did ...
  • Carrier, Roch (Saskatchewan Library Association, 2001)
    Thank you very much for this nice introduction. Mr. Minister, Colleagues and Librarians, it is a pleasure to be back in beautiful Saskatoon, and it's a great honour to have been invited by you to this special occasion. ...
  • Black, Arthur (Saskatchewan Library Association, 2005)
    Many thanks for that warm welcome. You know, when a guest speaker from out of town gets up on his hind legs to sing for his supper it is incumbent upon said speaker to say something pleasant about the location and company ...
  • Yashinsky, Dan (Saskatchewan Library Association, 2006)
    I'd like to thank the Saskatchewan Library Association for inviting me to give the 2006 Mary Elizabeth Donaldson Memorial Lecture. While I'm not a librarian, I am a librarian groupie, and I hope that this will qualify ...
  • Lunn, Janet (Saskatchewan Library Association, 1994-04-22)
    I did not know Mary Donaldson. All I know about her is what I have read in the forward to Survival of The Imagination, the Saskatchewan Library Association's publication of the first twenty-five lectures given in her ...
  • Sorestad, Glen (Saskatchewan Library Association, 2002-04-11)
    First, let me say how pleased I am to be able to present this Mary Donaldson Lecture to you this evening and I want to thank you very much for giving me this opportunity because it allows me to say some of the things ...
  • Unknown author (Saskatchewan Library Association, 1998)
    Madame Chairperson, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you, Madame Chairperson, for your kind introduction and my thanks, also, to your organization for giving me this opportunity to present some remarks. Given the impressive ...
  • Bowen, Gail (Saskatchewan Library Association, 2003-04-11)
    It's a great honour to have been asked to deliver this year's Mary Donaldson Memorial Lecture. When Judith Silverthorne sent me copies of the speeches of my predecessors I must admit I had a moment of panic. Even the ...
  • Sawyer, Robert (Saskatchewan Library Association, 2007-05-02)
    I'm mad at George Lucas. I'm mad because he begins each of his Star Wars films with these ten words: "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away..." The world first saw those words (taken, of course, from the opening ...
  • Kingwell, Mark (Saskatchewan Library Association, 1999)
    I thought it would be appropriate, at this cultural juncture, to talk about the logic of storage and retrieval. My use of the phrase "this cultural juncture" might set off an alarm bell or two, but I promise I won't ...
  • Wynne-Jones, Tim (Saskatchewan Library Association, 2004)
    I'm very glad and very honoured to be here tonight. Some of the best connections I ever made were at the library and so your conference theme suits me just fine. However, I must say, I was a little intimidated by the ...
  • Richardson, Bill (Saskatchewan Library Association, 1995-04-07)
    Let me begin these remarks with a short preamble to explain something of the origins of this talk, and something about its composition, which was, for me at least, unusual. I drafted it on a flight I took earlier this ...

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