Chapters

There are CAPAL Student Chapters at LIS schools across Canada. If there is not one at your school, we encourage you to get in touch and start one in your area! The process is easy; according to the CAPAL By-Laws, all you need is 5 student members to start a chapter. Submit a quick email with the names of the interested students to the CAPAL Board of Directors, and you will be all set.

Chapters provide their fellow students with opportunities for networking, professional development, and involvement with relevant advocacy issues. These special interest groups also offer a community for students with similar career interests. With CAPAL membership, there are opportunities to connect with students at other LIS schools, recent graduates, and working professionals.

University of Alberta
Chair: Michaela Stang
Website: https://ualbertacapal.wordpress.com/
Twitter: @ualbertacapal
Email: ualbertacapal@gmail.com

University of British Columbia
Co-Chairs: Christina Wac / Alysha Joo
Email: capal.ubc@gmail.com 

Dalhousie University
Chair: Rebekah Prette
Website: https://dalcapal.wordpress.com/
Twitter:@dalcapal
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dalcapal
Email: dalhousie.capal@gmail.com

Université de Montréal
Chair / Président: Jean-Sébastien Sauvé
Website: https://capalebsi.wordpress.com/
Twitter: @capalebsi
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/capalebsi
Email / Courriel: capal.ebsi@gmail.com

McGill University
Chair: Katie Burns
Website: https://www.mcgill.ca/sis-students/capal
Email: capal.mcgill@gmail.com

Université d’Ottawa / University of Ottawa (start a chapter)

University of Toronto
Co-Chairs: Colleen McDonald / Betty Lu
Website: http://utcapal.weebly.com/
Twitter:@utcapalstudents
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/utcapal
Email: utcapal@gmail.com

Western University
Co-Chairs: Emily Carlisle / Holly Savari
Website: https://uwocapal.wordpress.com/
Email: uwocapal@gmail.com

Page Last Updated: March 2018

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