"The Canadian Literature Centre / Centre de littérature canadienne was established at the University of Alberta in 2006. As the western hub of the Canadian literary community, it brings together researchers, authors, publishers, collectors and the reading public to promote the strength and diversity of Canada's written culture, and promotes research of Canadian literature, in both English and French, of all genres, languages, and regions."
Video and audio clips from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's archives, freely available on the Web
The ABC Bookworld website provides extensive reference information on B.C. books and authors
You can view Library and Archive Canada's electronic collections and virtual exhibitions on Canadian literature, for example:
"Library and Archives Canada has digitized a sampling of contemporary recordings of Canada's most acclaimed poets, reading from their works. In addition, the poetry database introduces users to transcripts of Canadian Poetry from past and present, as well as rare archival photographs and documents."
Produced by the University of Toronto Libraries, Canadian Poetry Online is a collection of poetry from published contemporary and 19th century Canadian poets. Contemporary poets have selected their poetry and provided biographies.
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