Hello. I am back from my vacation in the beautiful state of Maine.
In my last post before leaving, I had half-joked that I would publish something about Maine lobster conservation laws.
Well, Mrs. Library Boy and I did go on a boat tour off of Mount Desert Island last week. It was on a real lobster boat with a real lobsterman who pulled up lobster traps to allow us to get up close and personal with the squirming, snapping salt water critters.
He explained everything we could possibly want to know about lobster anatomy, lobster migratory habits, lobster feeding, fighting and mating behaviour and the state's apparently tough marine conservation laws. So I refer interested readers to the Maine Lobster section of the website of the Department of Marine Resources
of the State of Maine.
Promise made, promise kept.
Now, back to business.
The list of new library titles
added to the Supreme Court of Canada collection for the period of August 1st to 15th, 2008 is available on the Court website.
The web page explains: "The Supreme Court of Canada Library does not lend materials from this list, which is provided for information only."
But, once the material goes into the general collection, after about a month, the works do become available for inter-library loan to authorized libraries.
It is possible to subscribe via e-mail
to receive the list.
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