Libraries are gradually reopening. Users are allowed to access the shelves.Stay informed
The Bibliothèque Saul-Bellow stands out for its modern architecture, its size and its use of the latest technology. Saul Bellow, winner of the Nobel Prize for literature, was born in Lachine. He is considered the author who best captured the immigrant experience of coming to America.
Read about the special procedures for the reopening of the librairy due to the coronavirus.
This stimulating living environment offers many services: book loans, comic books, CDs, DVDs, video games, magazines, music instruments, board games, and more. Newspapers are available for reading and consulting. Tablets, laptops and computer stations can be used on site. The Creathèque, a space for technological, digital and artistic creation, is also accessible to one and all.
The Nelligan Catalogue gives access to the documentary resources of the Montréal libraries network. Among other things, you can search for a document, determine its availability and reserve it, and also renew your loans from home. Users can also access numerous electronic resources through the bibliothèques de Montréal site.
Research, reference and reader assistance
Librarians are available to answer all your questions, provide reference services and offer assistance by phone at 514 634-3471, extension 342 or by email. They also write their books suggestions in a blog.
You will find lots of information including your own online file on the website of Montréal’s public libraries.
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- Air conditioning
- Drinking fountain
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
- Accessible parking
- Accessible signage
- Ground-level entrance
- Wheel-chair accessible
- Credit card (MasterCard, Visa)
- Debit card