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Kanopy is an on-demand video streaming service that provides instant access (no wait times or holds) to thousands of critically-acclaimed and culturally-diverse films, documentaries, and Kids favourites. Log in with your library membership to access over 30,000 films and more on your desktop, TV, or mobile device.


Libra Collections is a digital resource that contains Persian ebooks, magazines, audiobooks and manuscripts.

لیبرا کالکشن مجموعه‌ای است شامل کتاب‌های الکترونیک و صوتی، از مجلات و نسخ خطی فارسی. لیبرا تجربه‌ جستجو در ادبیات فارسی، تاریخ شرق و شرق شناسی، واقعیات فرهنگ ایرانی، مجلات نستالژی و قدیمی را برای شما فراهم می‌کند


Little Pim

Language learning for kids 0-6, this resource introduces children to foreign languages in a way they can understand and enjoy. Accessible and engaging for young children, the method incorporates words and themes that are relevant to the child’s daily life, and research shows that early language learning enhances verbal development, social and cognitive skills.

Mango Languages

70+ languages and counting! Learn a new language online or through the Mango app. Mango teaches practical conversation and cultural awareness for the world’s most popular languages. Each lesson incorporates interactive tools and rich imagery that eliminates boredom and keeps you engaged.

New York Times

New York Times offers high-quality reporting, a variety of perspectives and practical advice on countless topics – from the important issues shaping our world to the simple pleasures of everyday life.

NFB Education

Access to the National Film Board of Canada's film archive is available within the library. Watch 5,200+ documentaries, animated films, interactive productions, and short films in English and French on a variety of topics.

Note: In-Library use only; not accessible remotely


Get access to more than 7,000 of the world's top publications as soon as they're available on shelves. PressReader features magazines and newspapers in over 60 languages from more than 120 countries, and is available through the PressReader app or website.