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E-Magazines from your library.  

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Yours to download and keep as long as you want.


Do you have a legal problem?
Steps to Justice : Your guide to law in Ontario

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Step-by-step information about legal problems.
Reliable practical and easy to understand.        



Online Resources - Accessible with your library card.
Access these free online databases by clicking on the icon. 
Enter your library card number with no spaces in the login field.

A bilingual database designed to help students and others plan their future. Includes assessment tools, occupation profiles and
post-secondary education information pages.

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Auto Repair Reference CentreThis database contains do-it-yourself repair and maintenance information on most major manufacturers of domestic and imported vehicles. New repair procedures, TSBs and updates are added to the product on a regular basis. All of the content has been created by ASE certified technicians.
Consumer Health Complete: Consumer Health Complete is designed for the everyday consumer of health care information. It provides convenient access to easily understandable health and medical information.
hobbiescraftsHobbies & Crafts Reference Centre: This resource offers detailed “how-to” instructions and creative ideas to meet the interests of virtually every hobby enthusiast. Full text is provided from leading hobby and craft magazines, including Bead&Button, Creative Knitting, Fine Scale Modeler, Quilter’s World and many more.
Novelist & Novelist Plus: The NoveList database includes information on more than 180,000 fiction titles for all ages with subject and keyword access; more than 36,000 individual subject headings (fiction); 200,000+ full-text reviews and descriptions from Booklist, Library Journal, School Library Journal, Publishers Weekly, and others. Searches can be limited by reading level, using Lexile scores to match students with books geared to their reading ability.
Novelist K-8 & K-8 Plus: NoveList K-8, a fiction database, is designed especially for elementary and middle schools. The “Working with Kids” section of the Browse panel on the homepage provides a single location to access all of the curricular materials such as Grab and Go Book Lists, BookTalks, Picture Book Extenders and more. NoveList K-8 contains information on over 70,000 fiction titles, more than 200 Curricular Connections, more than 170 Grab and Go book lists, more than 290 Recommended Reads thematic book lists, over 90 Picture Book Extenders, and more.
rosetstone_logoRosetta Stone: Learn one of over thirty new languages with Rosetta Stone. This is an effective, easy-to-use program that allows you to learn a new language on your own time.

Overdrive

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An online database that allows patrons to download audiobooks, e_books, music and videos


World Book Online Reference Center

Now with over 330 titles, cross searchable with E-Books, this periodical database is designed for students in junior high and middle school with access to a variety of indexed and full-text magazines, newspapers and reference books for information on current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, people, government, history, sports and more.
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Together We Read: Ontario has announced the title we'll all be reading is the 2017 winner of the Trillium Book Award: The Sweetest One by Melanie Mah. The Sweetest One will be available for download with no holds or waiting lists from October 16 -30th to coincide with Ontario Public Library Week.

About The Sweetest One: Cosmopolitan and curious 17 year-old Chrysler Wong suffers from a debilitating fear brought on by belief in a family curse. Three of her siblings have died after turning 18 and venturing beyond the borders of their tiny rural Alberta town, and the fourth, her favourite, has recently left and is incommunicado. Is she destined to share their fate — or worse, doomed to live a circumscribed life? (From Cormorant Books)
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Ontario Public Library Week runs from October 15 - 21 this year. A Visit Will Get You Thinking! Did you know there are over 175 million visits to Ontario Public Libraries each year and that 74% of Ontarians used their library last year?

Announcing Ontario Public Library Week 2017: #GetTheCard Contest

Ontario Public Library Week is a unique opportunity to show your support for your library. Whether we have provided you with inspiration for success, or support in your leisure activities, your library is there for you!

Here’s How You Can Enter:
1. Gather your library card(s) and take a photo with them!
2. Tell us how you use your library card!
3. Share your photo on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram using the hashtag #GetTheCard.

You Could Win:

Forest of Reading Award nominee book set (approx. $200 value)
An e-reader for yourself and for your library (approx. $270 value)
A prize pack from The Library Marketplace (approx. $200 value)
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