Stop Screwing Around

Another great article supporting libraries, over on, courtesy of Tammy Roberts, breaking down the ten-year political history of libraries in SK:

So forgive me if I’m not buying that the Saskatchewan government has turned its back on its ten-year commitment to libraries (including the millions of tax dollars invested in SILS, which thanks to last month’s budget cuts is now no longer operational, after only a scant few years of serving the province) – not because it’s painfully out of touch with the electorate and piss-poor broke, but because it had a sudden revelation about its “core function”.

See the full article here:

Screwing With a Century-Old System: A Brief History of Libraries In Saskatchewan