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9.22. Can I get documents from the National Library of Canada on the Internet?

Yes and no. There is a Gopher site for the National Library, but as of this writing it is still being developed and the server is not yet registered with the University of Minnesota. As a result, many of the menu items that appear do not have links to other sites and may not contain any information yet. But do keep trying, as they are working on them.

The site does include a FAQ document about the Library, as well as information on their services and collections. Users are also able to access the Library's bibliographic database, DOBIS, via Telnet. The site also provides announcements, news releases, public programs and events, as well as a directory of NLC staff.

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