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How to get a Brampton Library card
Brampton Library membership is free to all residents of Ontario.
You can borrow books, DVDs, and other items, from any of our eight locations for free with your Brampton Library card and use your card number to download and stream a wide range of free online resources, including eBooks and eAudiobooks, Movies and TV, online courses, magazines, newspapers, and more.
Questions? Visit bramptonlibrary.ca to chat live with staff or call (905) 793-4636.
How to get a Caledon Public Library card
Library cards are free to all who live, work, attend school or own property in the Town of Caledon with proof of valid name and current address. Membership is also available to those who live or own property in municipalities bordering the Town of Caledon.
Register today for a temporary instant card and get immediate access to the library’s digital resources and place up to 10 holds on any library items. To complete your application for a permanent library card, please visit any CPL branch within 30 days.
How to get a Mississauga Library card
Library cards are free if you’re a resident, go to school, work or own property in Mississauga. Library cards for non-residents are $40 per year.
To get a library card, bring identification with your name and address on it in to any library location. If you’re not a resident, bring proof of employment, property ownership or attendance at a school in Mississauga.
If you do not have a Mississauga Library card, you can get a virtual library card to access digital items such as ebooks, audiobooks, movies, music, magazines, newspapers and more.