Is the library open for browsing? The Library will be able to reopen when the province moves into Stage 2 (anticipated to be July 5th) The library continues to offer full CURBSIDE service. If you need assistance with any of our digital resources, need items printed or would like to access home delivery services, please call the library during regular business hours.
I need a document printed. Simply complete this form and we will prepare it for you.
I want to access eResources, but I don't have a library card. Easy peasy! Just fill out theform here.
My library card won't work. This is likely because your card has expired. Call during regular business hours (613-623-2279) or complete our on-line renewal form.
Is the book drop open? Yes and we continue to offer a grace period of a week on overdue items.
Can my community group still use the room booking? Sorry, the meeting rooms remain closed for the foreseeable future and are being repurposed for library use.
I have a post secondary exam that I need proctored, can you help? Consult your school to ensure they are allowing off-site proctoring then call the library to schedule your exam time with the Head Librarian.
Where's the best place to access the Internet? We have boosted our WiFi bandwidth and signal strength to the library parking lot. It is an open network and access is available 24/7. Please mind physical distancing.
Is the library accepting book donations? We will gradually start accepting donations, but are limiting what we can accept. Please no more than 10 books at a time and meeting the following criteria:
Published in the last 6 years (since 2015)
In excellent condition (no need of repair, no highlighting etc.)
No text books
Donations are assessed and then either added to the collection (as new or as replacement for an existing copy) or added to the Book Sale, the proceeds of which are used to purchase new materials.Please bag or box the donations and advise staff you plan to bring in the donations.