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About the Federation

Last Updated December 8, 2018

Staff & Board Executive History of the Federation Mission The North East Library Federation provides resources and coordination to libraries in North Eastern British Columbia through collaboration and partnerships. Vision Looking forward and linking libraries. The North East Library Federation is a partnership between libraries in the North East of British Columbia, which became officially


Public Documents

Last Updated August 31, 2020

Board Meeting Minutes NELF 2019 SOFI – All Schedules NELF Strategic Plan 2020 – 2022  


History of the Federation

Last Updated December 12, 2018

History of Peace River Associated Libraries (P.R.A.L.) (From a history compiled by Mariann Field Hill in April, 2002) 1952 The Peace River Co-operative Library (the former name of P.R.A.L.) was formed. Signatories to the agreement were: Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Pouce Coupe and Tatle Creek (also known as Tomslake). The Peace River Co-operative Library


Staff & Board Executive

Last Updated October 17, 2021

Board and Executive Flora Clark  – Chairperson – (Fort Nelson Public Library) no representative at this time – (Chetwynd Public Library) Debbie Hoza – (Fort St. John Public Library) Doug Old – (Hudson’s Hope Public Library) no representative at this time – (Pouce Coupe Public Library) Betty Ponto – Treasurer (Taylor Public Library) Trent Ernst – (Tumbler Ridge


About

Last Updated December 11, 2018

About the Federation Public Documents The North East Library Federation is a partnership between libraries in the North East of British Columbia, which became officially effective with the approval of the Minister of Education on September 1, 2007. The public libraries of Chetwynd, Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Hudson’s Hope, Pouce Coupe, Taylor and Tumbler