We have launched our brand new Library Guide! Pick up a hard copy in the library, or check out the digital version here on our website! All in information you need about programs and events, borrower information, and so much more in one place! Check it out for yourself!
The black culture has evolved musically, socially and politically in the last two decades in Canada. Carlos Ferguson’s photography has captured some of the faces of that evolution in Ontario.
This photo documentary work, part of the AfroCanadaViews which interviewed and documented the views of African Canadians (whose works have positively impacted Canadian society) has added another voice to that definition.
Engaging both the traditional photography and digital imaging as tolls, he has captured part of the spirit of an evolving, vibrant black culture in Ontario.
You might notice a few changes to our website! We are always trying to improve service, and this change is an extension of that effort.
You will notice that the “Research” tab on the navigation menu has been replaced with “E-Resources.” All of our electronic resources are now housed on this one page, including ebooks, eaudiobooks, digital magazines, and all of our databases and electronic platforms. You can hover your cursor over the “E-Resources” menu to see some quick-link options, or click on the E-Resources tab itself to find the full menu. If you notice an E-Resource is no longer available under the ‘”Books and Media” tab, you will now find them exclusively on the E-Resources page.
Everything is organized into subcategories; click on one of the categories for a menu with all the related resources.
We appreciate that it might take time for folks to adjust to this change, but it is our hope that you will find it to be an improvement.
If you are having trouble finding a resource, please don’t hesitate to contact us to seek assistance.
Call our information desk: 905-775-3328 x6109
Feedback and questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Try our 2018 Reading Challenge!
To help you get started we have arranged the challenges into a BINGO card, and have created a contest for January and February. Enter for a chance for a $50 Chapters gift card.
There are two ways to win. Enter the book titles in the applicable squares and drop your BINGO sheet in the entry box at the Library anytime before March 1, 2018. If you have completed five challenges in a row for BINGO, you will receive one draw entry for each BINGO (maximum five entries). If you have not completed BINGO, you will be entered in our second draw for all Challenge participants. Books can be used for more than one challenge.
For recommended Challenge titles, check our Goodreads group – BWGPL Community of Readers, book display, website, or ask at the Service Desk. If you have any questions, contact Wendy at 905-775-3328 ext. 6108 or Elizabeth at 905-775-3328 ext. 6122.
You can pick up a BINGO card at the Library or download it here: 2018 BWGPL Reading Challenge.