The services available to Montréal library users include Internet access, access to spreadsheet programs and word processing software, printing, digitization, and document photocopying.
Did you know that you can borrow a free pass to visit a Montréal museum using your city library card? The “Borrow a Museum” service lets you visit exhibitions at the Écomusée du fier monde, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal or the McCord Stewart Museum.
Would you like to grow vegetables in a community garden? Several boroughs offer plots to their residents. Find out how to get one here.
Montréal’s digital library gives you access to thousands of books online, in French or in English, that you can read or listen to.
Montréal’s nature parks offer you stunning natural settings for film shoots of all kinds.
The home book loan service allows people ages 65 and over or people with limited mobility who have a library subscription to receive books or other documents at home free of charge, without having to go in person to the library.
The inter-library loan service with libraries outside of Montréal’s library network lets users have a book or a document delivered by another organization. This service is offered free of charge to all library subscribers.
A library subscription allows residents and non residents to benefit from the many services and resources offered across Montréal’s library network. Subscribers receive an individual library card.
Libraries lend out MP3 players. There are eight available players per library loaded with French-language podcast series. New series and new seasons of existing series are added several times each year.
Thanks to the Sun Life Musical Instrument Lending Library, Montréal residents can borrow a musical instrument from several libraries for a period of three weeks, with an option to renew.
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