While We’re Closed…

Don’t worry—while our open hours are limited, we still have many services available to you! You can still access many e-resources from home, using a computer, tablet, smart phone, or e-reader. All you need is a library card. See below for online programs and currently available lending services too.


Don’t have a library card?

No problem! Register online here.

Library Takeout & Book Return

Borrow physical books, DVDs, medical equipment, and more with contactless pickup, using our Library Takeout service.

Our book return is now open 24 hours. Please return Med Shed medical equipment during our open hours. To return medical equipment, please come to the Annex door .


Storytime is back on—online!

Tech Tutor

Remote tech help is available, for all tech issues and devices.

eBooks & eAudio

What other digital resources can I access?

  • Lynda.com: learn a new skill or take a course
  • ArtistWorks: world-class video instruction through self-paced video lessons from Grammy Award-winning music and artistic professionals
  • Online Magazines: online magazines that you can download for free and read on your computer, tablet or smartphone
  • IndieFlix: watch award-winning shorts, features, and documentaries from more than 50 countries
  • NEW! Clicklaw COVID-19 Resources for British Columbians includes chapters on housing, employment, taxes, and more.
  • Check out our full list of online resources and databases—includes our “Available During COVID-19” temporary e-resource collections.

eBooks and More for Kids & Teens

TumbleBooks have generously provided us with free access to their library of children’s and teens’ eBooks and audiobooks! You can read as many books as you want, when you want, and on any device. There are no checkouts, holds, or bulky downloads. Books are available instantly!

TumbleBooks has also included these collections for adults and youth:

“Available During COVID-19” Digital Resources

Besides TumbleBooks’ extra collections, other publishers have made their digital resources free for library patrons during COVID-19. Try them out while they’re here!

Trouble accessing materials?

If you are having trouble accessing online materials, you can seek help via email.