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There is not yet a way to renew your card online. Please visit any of Toronto Public Library's 98 branches and staff will be happy to help you renew it.
Toggle Commented Feb 22, 2012 on Ask Me! at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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Go to http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/, click on Sign In, enter your library card number and PIN number - then click on Sign In again. Then click on Checkouts, select the item you want to renew, then click on Renew Selected Item. If you have trouble, call AnswerLine at 416-393-7131
Toggle Commented Oct 26, 2011 on Ask Me! at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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Great news! There is still time to get your application in to the Business Inc. program. Due to community demand, the application deadline has been extended to Friday, September 30, 2011. Through Business Inc, you will prepare or update a business plan with the help of professionals. You will also... Continue reading
Posted Sep 28, 2011 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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The unemployment rate in Toronto was 8.9% in July 2011 according to Statistics Canada. This was the second highest unemployment rate among all eleven Ontario economic regions (The highest was London, Ontario at 9.3%) If you are among those who are unemployed, the Toronto Reference Library may be able to... Continue reading
Posted Sep 6, 2011 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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Today, there are over 1 million small businesses across Canada that employ almost half of the Canadian private sector workforce. Each year, 130,000 more small businesses are created. Small businesses are providing the impetus that will drive our economy forward. Behind all that there is an incredible amount of work... Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2011 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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If you plan on attending the lecture on Tuesday May 3rd by Professor Dan Ondrack entitled From the Silk Road to Modern Times: China's Path, you might be interested in checking out a fascinating film depicting the contrast between the old, rural China and the new, modernizing one in Up... Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2011 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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Planning to attend Professor John Percy’s talk on Galileo's Legacy at the Toronto Reference Library Tuesday, April 5th from 1-3 PM? You might be inspired to read more about his talk by checking out some of these interesting and thought provoking books. In Strange new worlds: the search for alien... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2011 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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Have you been to the Toronto Reference Library lately? You may be surprised to see all the changes that are happening. The Library is being renovated. You may be confused as to where to find the picture collection, where the science books have moved to or simply how to renew... Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2011 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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Just got back from your holidays and your annual family gathering? Found some new clues for the family tree you’ve been working on? Inspired to look for information on a Toronto relative? Did you know that the Toronto Reference Library has more than 130 historical newspaper titles including complete runs... Continue reading
Posted Jan 2, 2011 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
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Swamped with work but need Help? Get the information you need when you need it! Our research specialists are standing by to provide fee-based custom research. IntelliSearch researchers conduct market research for entrepreneurs starting a new business or for those considering investing in a new or unfamiliar industry. Our researchers... Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2010 at Toronto Reference Library Blog
Did you know you can sit down with a librarian to get questions answered at a time convenient to you? New to the city or the country and need some guidance? Whether looking for job search, ESL materials, genealogical information, homework help or a good book to read, the Book... Continue reading
Posted Nov 8, 2010 at Toronto Reference Library Blog