NSLA 2022 Conference

October 14-16, 2022

SYDNEY

Libraries. Communities. Connections.

About the Conference

We are excited to welcome you to the 2022 Nova Scotia Libraries Association Conference hosted in beautiful Cape Breton-Unama’ki. This is the first in-person conference since 2019 and we are thrilled to safely meet with old friends and make new acquaintances.

Below you will find more information about the conference venue and your host city Sydney, Cape Breton. You can register now by downloading the registration form.

The complete conference program is now available.

If you prefer a printed program, you can download the pdf below.

Keynote Speaker

Ms. Doucette is Assistant Professor and Purdy Crawford Chair in CBU’s Shannon School of Business. She is also a band member with Membertou First Nation and a doctoral student in management at St. Mary’s University. She has a B.Eng in industrial engineering from Dalhousie and an MBA in Community Economic Development from CBU. With a focus on interactions between Mi’kmaq and non-indigenous peoples, Ms. Doucette researches how people in organizations use policies and procedures to share knowledge in culturally informed ways.

Venue & Location

Venue

The 2022 NSLA Conference is being held at:

Holiday Inn – Sydney Waterfront

300 Esplanade, Sydney NS

(902) 562-7500

For more information about the hotel, please visit their website. Delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation.

  • The conference room rate is $149.00/night & tax, single or double occupancy
  • Specify that you are attending the Nova Scotia Library Association or Group Code LAR
  • Guest rooms will be available at the conference rate until September 14.    After that time rooms will be available on a first come, first serve basis, and conference rate will not be guaranteed.
  • Check in time is 3 pm.
  • Check out time is 11 am.
  • Parking is complementary.

Downtown Sydney

While at the conference, you will be in the heart of Downtown Sydney. Take a walk on the Boardwalk or head down to Wentworth Park. The downtown core has many fine restaurants and shops. Some of our favourites are:


Extend your stay and Explore Cape Breton!

Visit cbisland.com for a complete guide to island.

Thank you to our Sponsors

Diamond Sponsor

Atlantic Book Limited

Platinum Sponsors

Nova Scotia logo
Whitehots logo

Gold Sponsors

library bound logo
connors basics logo

Silver Sponsors

cvs midwest tape logo
remax park place logo

Friends

cape breton curiosity shop
The Breton Law Group