Thunder Bay Public Library involves the community in the World War One Thunder Bay Centennial Project. Learn more in a Library Talk guest blog by Jesse Roberts.
Popular Artist in the Library program at Toronto Public Library reinforce community stories. Learn more in our Library Talk
From October 20—22, 2017, the Stratford Writers Festival will take over Stratford, Ontario. We caught up with moderator (and soon to be author) Candy Palmater to ask her a few questions about the importance of Indigenous literature, and why literary festivals are important to the Canadian artistic community.
Canada's largest library, the Toronto Public Library, fosters creativity and innovation in local youth. Check out our latest Library Talk blog to learn about these unique opportunities!
Why A Visit to Your Local Ontario Library will Get You Thinking This month, Shelagh Paterson, Executive Director of the Ontario Library Association, addresses the changes many libraries are making across Ontario to better serve and reflect their communities. We encourage all Ontario-based authors and publishers to stay informed on programs and services offered by [...]
A Partnership Between DigiWriting and OLA to Highlight Ontario Libraries When was the last time you were at a library? Was it to borrow a book? To find a quiet place to study? Or perhaps you were taking part in an afterschool program. Regardless, we bet you discovered something interesting about your local library while [...]