Central Library, Information Services, 2nd Floor provides:
This floor offers an extensive collection in a variety of subject areas, including social sciences, religion, science and technology, mathematics, business, law, government documents, Canadian citizenship, immigration, and career planning.The collection comprises a variety of formats: books, periodicals, and electronic resources. Our knowledgeable staff is available to assist you.
3D Printing is now available at the Central Library’s Sciences and Business Department. Customers can print items from a varied menu or can attend a certification course if they are interested in bringing in their own 3D designs for printing. The cost per print is a $1 set up fee plus $0.05 per minute. Come and see 3D printing in action!
Settling in a new country is exciting and rewarding; it can also be challenging. The Sciences and Business Department’s Newcomers Centre offers many resources for newcomers and the Library is a great place to start.
The Library offers extensive information on occupations, educational planning, career planning, training and job search strategies. Staff are available in person, by phone or via e-mail to answer the informational requests of employers, employment seekers, career changers and students.
Books and magazines on small business and entrepreneurship topics, as well as directories and electronic resources are all available in the Sciences and Business Department. Popular topics include starting a business, law & legislation, writing a business plan, and business marketing. Customers can also conduct research on specific companies, or compile lists of companies in a specific industry. Small Business Resources.
Consumer Health Information
The Consumer Health Collection includes books, reference sources, magazines, pamphlets, and electronic resources which have been selected to assist customers in achieving free and easy access to health and medical information. Consumer Health Resources.