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We've teamed up with the TTC to give you books, curated by librarians, for your commute.

Children’s book illustrator Yayo will be hosting workshops, portfolio reviews and class visits throughout October at North York Central Library.

On Civil Society explores current social and political issues through the lenses of democracy, the media, wellness, urbanism, equality, security and more.

Get creative this fall with artists in residence at ten branches.

Exhibit of rare photos and memorabilia from our Chinese Canadian Archive.

Wondering why you can't borrow more eAudiobooks & eBooks from your public library? So are we.

We’re transforming to meet your changing needs. Find out what that means, and how that looks.

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