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This October, Toronto Public Library (TPL) and agency partners celebrate 14 years of Library Settlement Partnerships (LSP). LSP expands TPL’s newcomer services by offering settlement support with multilingual workers at some library locations, in partnership with 7 local settlement agencies. LSP is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. Throughout... Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2021 at New to Canada
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As Toronto Public Library (TPL) expands in-person services to support Torontonians in Step Three of the Province’s Three Step Roadmap, Library Settlement Partnerships (LSP) is gradually bringing back in-person one-on-one appointments at some library branches to assist newcomers on their settlement journey. LSP is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship... Continue reading
Posted Jul 19, 2021 at New to Canada
Hi Robyn, Thanks for your comment! For the events in this post, please contact the agencies listed. TPL also has many programs taking place online: check out the TPL programs page at https://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/programs-and-classes/. For additional assistance, please call Answerline at 416-397-5981.
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This week, Toronto Public Library (TPL) celebrates Library Settlement Partnerships (LSP), a service offered at 14 library locations through partnership with seven local settlement agencies. This program expands TPL’s newcomer services by providing a dedicated space for multilingual settlement workers to connect with newcomers in our libraries. And every October,... Continue reading
Posted Oct 15, 2019 at New to Canada
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If you’re new to Toronto, a welcoming place to visit is your local library. During your visit, you can sign up for a free library card, find books, movies, and music in your language, attend free library programs, and even access settlement services. To learn more about the library, check... Continue reading
Posted Jun 28, 2019 at New to Canada
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For over a decade, Toronto Public Library has served newcomers through Library Settlement Partnerships (LSP), partnering with local settlement agencies and funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. This October, we invite you to join us in celebrating LSP Week’s 10th anniversary with a variety of activities at locations across... Continue reading
Posted Oct 5, 2018 at New to Canada
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Conducting research into your family history? Writing a research paper on an aspect of Toronto history? Seeking first-hand coverage on major historical events? Historical newspapers are invaluable sources of information for genealogists, students, and general researchers. Proquest Historical Newspapers: The Globe and Mail features digitized copies of the newspaper dating... Continue reading
Posted Oct 28, 2016 at Local History & Genealogy
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Looking for something to do in North York this weekend? Spend some time in the sun checking out the Oh Dear: public art that unhinges North York’s sense of modesty exhibit. This is your last chance—the exhibit is only on until Monday August 26. As a bonus, if you need... Continue reading
Posted Aug 24, 2013 at Local History & Genealogy
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This July and August, a project involving seven art installations located in and around North York Central Library celebrates North York and invites participation from local residents. Oh dear: public art that unhinges North York’s sense of modesty features works based on the artists’ lives growing up, living, and/or working... Continue reading
Posted Jul 23, 2013 at Local History & Genealogy
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Lately, a fair number of people I talk to are dabbling in researching their family history. Those of you who are seasoned genealogists already know how crucial it is to organize your findings as you progress. Each discovery leads to new pieces of information, and each individual bit of information... Continue reading
Posted Jan 31, 2013 at Local History & Genealogy
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