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Freedom to Read Week

Freedom to Read Week encourages Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom.

Banned Book Club

Participants will read and discuss a challenged book & reflect on the importance of fighting censorship & championing intellectual freedom.

Movie Events

Join us for two special movie presentations during Freedom to Read Week that celebrate challenged materials and censorship.

Story Slam

Compete with local storytellers to tell 5 minute personal stories on the theme of books, movies, music or games with controversial themes

Sir Salman Rushdie:Freedom of Expression

Tickets are still available to see Sir Salman Rushdie: Freedom of Expression on Thursday, February 25 at the Chateau Lacombe.

Challenged Materials

Books and other materials are banned around the world all the time. Each challenge has limited public access to materials in libraries.

Intellectual Freedom and EPL

One of the vital community roles the library plays is to protect the Intellectual Freedom of our many customers, including yours.

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