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Edmonton Public Library
Regina Public Library
Bracken Health Sciences Library

Queen's Library at a Glance

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Chapleau Public Library

The Chapleau Plublic library is commited to provide the most efficient and highest quality library services possible that reflect the needs of the community of Chapleau.

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Canadian Association of Research Libraries

CARL—the Canadian Association of Research Libraries—is the leadership organization for the Canadian research library community. The Association’s members are the29 major academic research libraries across Canada together with Library and Archives Canada, the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI) and the Library of Parliament. CARL strives to enhance the capacity of member libraries to partner in research and higher education, and to seek effective and sustainable scholarly communication and public policy encouraging of research and broad access to scholarly information.

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Gerstein Science Information Centre
Beaver Valley Library

The Library was originally formed by Teen Town in the fall of 1960, with books donated by the residents of the valley. It was located in a small room upstairs in the Fruitvale Memorial Hall with a collection of 800 books. A few years later Branch 196 of the Fruitvale Canadian Legion took over the sponsorship of the community library. In April 1965, it became a Public Library which made it eligible for government grants.


In July of 1966, the Library was moved from its cramped quarters to the building beside the Feed & Seed Store on Main Street (now Country Roads General Store). This former home is now the Main Street Deli. The membership grew along with the collection to 8000 books by 1975, and once more larger premises were needed. November of 1981 saw the Library moved to its present location.

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Bibliothèque Pere Champagne
Flin Flon Public Library

Our Flin Flon, Creighton and Community Library

is a community focused resource centre.

We maintain the traditional role of the Library

while embracing new technologies.

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Bren Det Win Centennial Library

The Bren Del Win Centennial Library is located in Deloraine, Manitoba (Main) with a branch located in the Waskada School. We serve the town of Deloraine, the village of Waskada and the rural municipalities of Winchester and Brenda.

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