Posts Filed Under: Toronto Public Library
A new retail affiliate program gives TPL a cut of book sales made through its website.
A new exhibit spotlights the Toronto Public Library's Arthur Conan Doyle collection.
Library board passes budget request with a 0.4 per cent increase over 2012.
Today: A Halloween costume swap, Adventures in Self-Publishing,
Descant Magazine launches its fall issue, and The Next Day is the Hardest Day of All! premieres at Unit 102 Theatre.
In today's Urban Planner: Historians discuss the role of citizenship in Canada, a monster makeup course, and
Character Assassination goes down at Clinton's Tavern.
Stephen Dulmage wrote a resignation letter that perfectly sums up who he was to TPL.
It isn't just lip service: Torontonians really do love their libraries.
Forty-one branches of the Toronto Public Library will again serve as free venues for artists and cultural organizers this September.
Will it be summer or winter today? Nobody knows, but at least it's Friday! And so: Toronto Public Library workers are back to work today; feelings are hurt (and, probably, egos bruised) over reviews on plans for the waterfront; would-be Regent Park condo scandal probably isn't; and city councillors get a presumably mad-awkward daytime pole dance.
Sad reminders of the library strike found on Roncesvalles.
Local 4948's striking library workers held a reading event outside the Toronto Reference Library, with help from local authors.
The Toronto Public Library Workers' Union, now on strike, rallies outside City Hall.
As a strike/lockout deadline looms this weekend, supporters of CUPE Local 4948 gathered outside the Toronto Reference Library.
Library street teams are asking Torontonians for their book picks today to kick off the Keep Toronto Reading Festival.
Martín Gómez, city librarian for Los Angeles, was in charge of a library system in even worse financial trouble than Toronto's—until suddenly everything changed.
Labour ministry issues no board report; strike or lockout possible in 17 days.