The ACA is committed to advocating on behalf of its members on matters affecting archives and records professionals, nationally and internationally.
The ACA shall take leadership on issues of national significance relating to archives, recordkeeping and cultural heritage and will work with local and provincial groups on matters impacting regional archives or of concern to specific areas of our membership.
Internationally, the ACA shall work with the International Council of Archives and other relevant bodies to represent the causes of archivists around the world.
The ACA shall do its utmost to ensure the voice of its members is heard and is committed to creating partnerships to affect change for the benefit of its members and society as a whole.
Submissions and Letters
The ACA frequently writes letters and prepares submissions on behalf of its members. These include official communications on matters that affect the Canadian archives and recordkeeping community, including letters written by the President, special reports, and briefs to Parliament on legislation affecting archives.
Below is a selection of submissions and letters written since 2010.
Public Awareness & Advocacy