A shortage of manuscripts has prompted the Canadian Library to offer a new program to encourage libraries to stock and distribute new books.
Article Continued Belowarticle Continued BelowThe new initiative is the latest in a series of initiatives the library is taking to address a growing demand for manuscripts.
Last year, the library started offering a new free online program called the New Literary Library.
In its first year, it received more than 3,000 submissions and was able to book over 200 titles.
The program is designed to allow library users to explore and explore and discover new ideas, according to a press release from the library.
In addition to the new program, the Canadian Libraries and Archives Canada is working on an ambitious plan to create new books for the Canadian library and its partners in the publishing sector, according the release.
The library is also looking to develop new strategies to ensure that new books and materials are available for libraries in times of crisis.
The library will also look to improve its book and resource collection.
The Library of Parliament is a federally-funded public institution under the jurisdiction of Parliament.
It operates two book collections and the National Archives of Canada.