tpl: opens doors

Have you unlocked everything the library has for you? Open up to all the opportunities and experiences you have yet to discover.

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Online Services

Consumer Reports Online

Shopping for the holidays? Research before you buy with product reviews and ratings.


Transgender Day of Remembrance

Memorialize victims of transphobic violence and learn about transgender rights and allyship.


Indigenous Hockey

Let's learn about Indigenous history in hockey, including players you should know about.

Online Services

How to Set Effective Career Goals

Kadine Cooper, one of our Career Coaches in Residence, offers tips to help make your dreams a reality.

Special Collections

Wee Folk Exhibit

Peek under the toadstool with our new exhibit, Wee Folk: Fairies, Elves, Trolls and More.


Raising Confident Kids

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


Read Romance 🌹

Fall head over heels for these love stories than range from steamy to sweet!


The Buzz...About Books

A book with “two” in the title (for 2022!)

Recommendations from staff and TPL Reading Challenge participants.

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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Land Acknowledgement Statement

Toronto Public Library is situated on Indigenous land and Dish with One Spoon territory. This is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Toronto Public Library gratefully acknowledges these Indigenous Nations for their guardianship of this land. More information.