At Winnipeg Public Library we see our role in this area as having three parts:
We do this by offering programs and collecting materials that showcase the knowledge and talents (historical and current) of First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples.
Winnipeg Public Library staff work to support peoples' information needs - whether by helping with a research paper, picking out a great book for a child, offering free programs for fun and learning, helping people get to know the city or assisting in any other way we can.
We do this through collections, programs and virtual services.
Here is our Ask Us! page with information about how to contact us with any questions you have about the Library or any other information need.
Winnipeg Public Library has 20 library buildings and 4 mobile library service sites. Visit any location to get your free Library card.
People with a valid Winnipeg Public Library card are able to use Library computers to access the Internet and use Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.). All 20 Library branches also provide access to free, unlimited Wifi. Visit our Computers and Technology Access page to learn more.
Our catalogue is where you can search for books, eBooks, DVDs, some of the research articles we offer and more.
Our eMedia Guide is where to find out how to download eBooks and eAudiobooks, eMagazines and stream movies, TV shows and music - all free with your Library card.
Here is a list of research databases, online encyclopedias and other electronic information we subscribe to just for you. You will need a valid Library card to log in to most of these resources.
"Booked" - Winnipeg Public Library's website just for teens.
Here is our Information for parents and caregivers. You will find great information about the programs and services the Library has to support families.
We have an Outreach Services section which runs our Check It Out! mobile library service, a Homebound Library Service, and a "Book-a-Librarian" service where a librarian can come and visit your organization. Please call 204-619-2916 for more information about the Homebound Library Service. For more information about Check It Out! and Book-a-Librarian, please call 204-986-5580.