CANB

University Avenue, Fredericton – in the spring freshet of 1887 (PANB P4-2-07)

News & Events

Increased Funding announced for archival activities

The Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture has announced a $10, 000 increase to CANB funding as a result of Creative Futures - A Renewed Cultural Policy for New Brunswick . You may read the English portion of the Archives Advisor's Thank-You speech on our Blog . 

 

Google Map

Check out our new Google Map of CANB Members! See Our Members section.

 

YCW Summer Student Change

Huge welcome to our new summer student, Tom Gordon! Rianna, our former student, has landed a permanent job at a Fredericton Graphic Design company. Tom will continue to put together a thematic guide on WWI & WWII Archival Collections in the province over the remainder of the summer. 

 

 

 

 

 


We Bring History to Life

Our mandate is to serve the archival community of the province of New Brunswick.

Welcome to CANB, the Council of Archives New Brunswick

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Our mandate is to serve the archival community of the province by providing assistance, training and services such as the Archives Advisor programme, an archival supplies co-op (supply list available here), the Conservation Library, a Preservation Advisor, and the distribution of information received from the national institutions. We are a bilingual institution.

 

Specifically, we seek to: 

  • Provide a network for archival cooperation throughout the province
  • Promote the development of and to coordinate the implementation of projects of mutual interest. 
  • Represent the provincial archival community in a national archival network
  • Promote the archival preservation and conservation of New Brunswick historical documentary sources, and, as required, to make representations to government and other agencies to promote this preservation
  • Encourage the establishment of archives by record-creating bodies and to prevail upon these bodies to open the historical records to public research
  • Assess and report on the needs of the provincial archival community to provincial, federal and private funding and policy making agencies and to make representation to these agencies for funding to fulfill these needs
  • Establish and promote adequate standards, procedures and practices among archival repositories in the province
  • Promote public understanding and use of archives and of the historical resources of the province
  • Provide delegates from member institutions with a forum for the discussion of archival issues and a means to exchange ideas on archival matters