Library and Archives Canada (LAC) combines the holdings, services and staff of both the former National Library of Canada and the National Archives of Canada. As outlined in the Preamble to the Library and Archives of Canada Act, LAC’s mandate is as follows:
• to preserve the documentary heritage of Canada for the benefit of present and future generations;
• to be a source of enduring knowledge accessible to all, contributing to the cultural, social and economic advancement of Canada as a free and democratic society;
• to facilitate in Canada co-operation among communities involved in the acquisition, preservation and diffusion of knowledge;
• to serve as the continuing memory of the Government of Canada and its institutions.
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Library and Archives Canada's (LAC) Truth and Reconciliation Commission Web Archive provides access to archival copies of the websites of organizations connected with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC), either as active partners at national events or through initiatives to support commemoration. The collection was curated in collaboration with the University of Winnipeg Library, the University of Manitoba Libraries, and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR). For more information, please see LAC’s TRC Web Archive website: http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/discover/aboriginal-heritage/Pages/truth-reconciliation-commission-web-archive.aspx. / Les archives Web de Bibliothèque et Archives Canada (BAC) concernant la Commission de vérité et réconciliation (CVR) procurent un accès aux copies d'archives de sites Web appartenant à des organisations ayant un lien avec la CVR, soit en qualité de partenaires à part entière dans des événements nationaux ou par l'intermédiaire d'initiatives ayant pour but de soutenir la commémoration. La collection a été préparée et organisée en collaboration avec la bibliothèque de l'Université de Winnipeg, les bibliothèques de l'Université du Manitoba et le Centre national pour la vérité et la réconciliation (CNVR). Pour plus d’informations, veuillez consulter le site Web de BAC pour les archives Web concernant la CVR: http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/fra/decouvrez/patrimoine-autochtone/Pages/archives-web-commission-verite-reconciliation.aspx.
Ibex Valley is a hamlet in Canada's Yukon. The hamlet is considered a local advisory area with an advisory council providing local government. Its population in 2001 according to the Canada 2001 Census was 315.
Ibex Valley comprises residential areas along the Alaska Highway immediately outside the Whitehorse city limits as far as approximately historical mile 945, as well as a small number of sideroads, including a five-mile loop of the original Alaska Highway alignment from Mile 929 to 934. The hamlet is part of the Whitehorse Census Agglomeration.
Seventy percent of the population is non-aboriginal. Ibex Valley has a volunteer fire department. While most residents work in Whitehorse, some residents are engaged in agriculture or wilderness tourism activities.