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The Benefits of Membership

Members and Friends of the Coalition

Alberni District Teacher Librarians' Association

Annick Press

The Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia (ABPBC), a provincial association comprising BC-owned book publishing companies, is the largest regional affiliate of the Association of Canadian Publishers (ACP). The Association works to support the long-term health and success of the Canadian-owned book publishing industry in British Columbia, to foster an environment in which our members will flourish and to expand an awareness of the value of books in people's lives

BC BookWorld

British Columbia Library Association (BCLA) is a nonprofit, independent, voluntary association. Our more than 800 members include librarians, library personnel, library trustees and other interested individuals; corporate, government, school and academic libraries; publishers and library supply companies.

British Columbia Library Trustees' Association (BCLTA)

BC Teacher-Librarians' Association

BC Teachers' Federation (BCTF)

Burnaby Teacher-Librarians' Association

Canadian Children's Book Centre

Children's Writers and Illustrators of BC (CWILL)

Chilliwack Teacher-Librarians' Association

Comox Valley Teacher Librarians' Association

Dr. Charles Best Secondary School Library

Federation of British Columbia Writers

Greater Victoria Teacher Librarians' Association

Kamloops District #73 Resource Centre

Kootenay Lake Teacher Librarians' Association

Nanaimo-Ladysmith District #68 Teacher Librarians' Association

New Westminster Teacher Librarians' Association

Old Yale Road Elementary School PAC

Orca Books

Parkcrest Parents Association

Prince George District Teacher-Librarians' Association

South Slope Elementary & BC School for the Deaf PAC

Teacher-Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals

Vancouver Kidsbooks

Vancouver School Board

Vancouver Teacher-Librarians' Association

and a host of individuals





...because student achievment is the bottom line...