by Michelle Massman
InCite – 1 April 2009

The article focuses on the City of Canterbury and a library that ranks in the fifth most culturally diverse local government area in Australia. The library has a service that actively involves with the community over a broad multicultural service delivery. It has developed strategies that ensure to meet the needs of the community through improved programs and to make a difference to the lives of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in the community.

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