The National Reading Campaign seeks proposals to conduct research on the availability of and access to reading materials for Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) communities in Canada. The researcher will explore questions such as the number of libraries on reserves, as well as the extent of their collections, and their levels of staffing and funding support. In addition, researchers will seek to report on the existence of programs and facilities (including online access, online initiatives and digital resources), on and off reserves, that encourage and sustain interest in reading among Aboriginal peoples. Gaps between the resources available to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal populations should be identified. Finally, researchers will suggest possible areas for new research on this subject.