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Becoming a member

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You must be a library member to borrow, renew, or reserve documents, as well as to reserve the study room or use the computers in the computer lab. To become a member, simply go to the library, and make sure to bring along your citizen’s card. If you do not already have one, you may obtain it for free at the library upon presentation of a proof of residency (driver’s licence, tax bill, school report card, etc.). For more information, consult the Citizen's card and registration for recreational activities section.

Children ages 12 and under must be registered by one of
their parents.

Cost

Membership

Cost

Residents

Free

Non-residents
   Adults
   Children ages 12 years and under
   Students ages 25 years and under and seniors (card resquired)


$75/year
$35/year
$55/year

Charge for replacin a lost card

$5

Services for non-members

Non-members may use the other services—such as Reference Desk assistance (research with the help of a librarian or technician)—attend lectures and meetings with authors, read material in the library, borrow a portable CD player, and listen to CDs, etc.