The Ontario Digital Library (ODL) is a vision of how publicly assisted organizations in Ontario can collaborate to create and sustain a partnership that will provide seamless services and resources to all the citizens of Ontario. ... Knowledge Ontario is the public face of the Ontario Digital Library and unites ODL initiatives into a single service point and set of projects.
See Knowledge Ontario Business Case (PowerPoint). I think it is proposed but not approved.
The Lois Hole Campus Alberta Digital Library, announced in the ‘2005 Speech from the Throne’, is a $30 million continuing investment in electronic and digital resources that will bring content rich collections to post-secondary institutions and their constituents, and it will deliver those resources dynamically using state-of-the-art technologies to the four corners of the Province.