Libraries are gradually reopening. Users are allowed to access the shelves.Stay informed
At the Bibliothèque de Saint-Léonard, you can borrow books and other items free of charge. Find out about our schedule, activities and services.
Read Library reopening: User’s guide to learn more about rules to follow and services being offered during the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can also find more information about loans, renewals and services we offer on this page.
Sign your child up for the TD 2020 summer reading club!
The first library in Saint-Léonard opened in 1966 in very modest quarters on Jarry Street.
In 1974, the new city hall and the current library were build side by side on Lacordaire Boulevard. The library expanded in 1984 and modernized over the years. Today it also houses the splendid Galérie Port-Maurice.
- Services restricted
- Air conditioning
- Changing table
- Drinking fountain
- Free Wi-Fi
- Ground-level entrance
- Wheel-chair accessible