tpl: opens doors

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The List: Great Reads for Youth

We've selected 100 fantastic YA books to make you laugh, cry, reflect, debate, celebrate and grow.


What We're Reading

Find out what's in the TBR pile of our collections librarians.


Get Your Green Thumb On!

From houseplants to vegetables, make the most of your flora with tips from Toronto Master Gardeners.


Self-Paced Data Science Courses

Unlock the power of data with two newly added self-paced courses on data science and data analytics.


Jewish Heritage Month

Check out recommended reads that celebrate the rich diversity of Jewish culture and history.

Special Collections

Exhibit of Gardens and Plants

From fairy tale gardens to botany textbooks, explore children's books dating back centuries.


Raising Confident Kids

Discover practical parenting tips and strategies in this series of online workshops.

Online Services

SAGE Video

Upgrade your knowledge in the areas of business, management, counseling, leadership and nursing.


Digital Library Services

Find Crafting Inspiration

Check out magazines, videos, courses and books on crafting and get inspired for your next project.

Browse blogs and podcasts

Upcoming programs

Digital Archive Ontario

Explore digital collections and library content for all Ontario residents.

Financial support from the Ontario government is gratefully acknowledged.
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