About the Federal Science Libraries Network

From: Federal Science Libraries Network


The Federal Science Libraries Network delivers value by serving as a platform for partner libraries and stakeholders in the information sector to collaborate and to share information. The network represents partners in their acquisition activities and provides services that support Government of Canada open science priorities. This includes providing tools to modernize and improve service delivery and leading initiatives to both preserve and provide access to federal print publications and critical Government of Canada scientific output.


The libraries that make up the Federal Science Libraries Network are vital partners in providing essential infrastructure, systems, tools, resources and services to support world-class research and innovation within their departments and agencies, across the Government of Canada and to the general public.


To support the Government of Canada’s priorities in research, innovation and open science by collaborating in the development and delivery of innovative infrastructure, systems, tools, resources and services for federal science-based departments and agencies.

Partner libraries

  • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
  • Environment and Climate Change Canada
  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  • Health Canada
  • National Research Council Canada
  • Natural Resources Canada
  • Public Health Agency of Canada
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