In addition to the sources referenced above, much useful information was gathered from newspaper clipping files at the Glenbow Library and the Calgary Public Library, and from Calgary Club notes in The ACT Magazine.
What does CPL stand for?
CPL stands for Calgary Public Library (Canada)
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- Cadila Pharmaceuticals Limited (India)
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Doebele Customer Service Manager Calgary Public Library, Southwood Branch Calgary, AB Donna Steffes MA in Children's Literature, University of British Columbia Principal Ecole St.
1880 Tuesday, June 22nd Human Rights Information Session 10:00 am Tilde Noon Calgary Public Library - 4th floor, 616 Macleod Trail SW Register: 403.
Wayne Serebrin Associate Professor, Language & Literacy Faculty of Education University of Manitoba Winnipeg, MB YOUNG ADULT FICTION # 1 (ALBERTA) Ginger Mullen (Chair) CCBC Alberta Regional Officer MA in Children's Literature, University of British Columbia Storyteller Calgary, AB Barbara Brydges Director of Information Services Faculty of Education University of Calgary Calgary, AB Betsy Fraser Author Community Outreach Librarian Crowfoot Branch, Calgary Public Library Calgary, AB Shirlee Smith Matheson Author Executive Director, Aero Space Museum of Calgary Calgary, AB Donna Steffes MA in Children's Literature, University of British Columbia Principal Ecole St.
Richardson, had organized Gissing's debut exhibition at the Calgary Public Library in 1929,31 and there were subsequent exhibitions of his work during the Stampedes of 1934, 1947, and 1957 when he either participated in the ASA displays or had an individual exhibit.
3) Not surprisingly, the library collection alone was not sufficient to meet the needs of the students but the Calgary Public Library, itself just three years old, was there to help.