This library, dedicated exclusively to young people, was opened on November 20, 1964. It occupies a building shared with a fire station, as was the tradition at the time. It shares its considerable expertise with young people, parents and teachers.
- Loan of documents previously reserved by the subscriber or in person
- Loan of batches or single documents preselected by employees
- Return of documents in book chutes
- Membership in person
- Payment of fees
- Reference and reader assistance services
- Temporary online membership (fill in this form or call us, and please allow three working days for your temporary subscription to be processed)
- Reference and reader assistance by email (fill in this form)
- Online document reservation (Nelligan catalogue or by phone)
- Online: access to the digital library and virtual activities (watch for events on our Facebook page!)
Need help with your research?
Looking for a specific book or documentary? Would you like some reading suggestions? Do you need information on a subject or have a question about digital loans? The remote reference service can help you with that!
Remote reference service
The Ahuntsic-Cartierville library team has set up this remote assistance and orientation service to answer your questions and assist you in your efforts when you cannot come to the library.
Monday through Saturday
The team is committed to answering you within a maximum of 48 hours, from Monday to Saturday inclusively. How?
Fill out the form
Simply fill out this form and send it to us (it’s completely confidential). The form allows only one question to be answered at a time, so use one form per question – and it’s free!
- Access ramp
- Wheel-chair accessible