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Toronto Star and Toronto Public Library Launch 2016 Short Story Contest

*TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Jan. 7, 2016) -* Do you want to be an author?
Marketwired on January 8, 2016

Toronto Public Library’s New Collection is the hottest book club in town

toronto public library’s new collection is the hottest book club in townThe Toronto Public Library has gone VIP.
Toronto Star on October 31, 2015

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News video: Baseball Has Prompted A Hilarious Twitter War Between Rival Cities’ Libraries

Baseball Has Prompted A Hilarious Twitter War Between Rival Cities’ Libraries 00:58

While the Blue Jays and Royals have been hashing it out on the diamonds, libraries in Toronto and Kansas City have been trash-talking on Twitter by combining words on book spines. While the Blue Jays..
Source: Geo Beats - on October 24, 2015

News video: Baseball Has Prompted A Hilarious Twitter War Between Rival Cities' Libraries

Baseball Has Prompted A Hilarious Twitter War Between Rival Cities' Libraries 00:57

While the Blue Jays and Royals have been hashing it out on the diamonds, libraries in Toronto and Kansas City have been trash-talking on Twitter by combining words on book spines.
Source: GeoBeats - on October 23, 2015

News video: Boy Writes Adorable Note to Library Apologizing for Damaging Book

Boy Writes Adorable Note to Library Apologizing for Damaging Book 01:02

A little boy named Jackson accidentally tore a library book, and instead of simply returning the book damaged, he included an apology note. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) has the story.
Source: Buzz60 - on August 18, 2015

News video: Book Lover's Ball 2015 for Toronto Public Library Foundation

Book Lover's Ball 2015 for Toronto Public Library Foundation 03:25

2015 Book Lover’s Ball is the premier fundraising event for the Toronto Public Library Foundation. For over 10 years the Book Lover's Ball has been bringing together book lovers and top Canadian..
Source: On The Scene Network - on February 16, 2015

 

CUPE Local 4948 celebrates Library week in Toronto with buttons, postcards

*TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Oct. 21, 2015) -* October 19-26 is Library Week in Ontario, and library workers for the Toronto Public Library City Hall Branch, members of Local 4948 of the Canadian..
Marketwired on October 21, 2015

8-year-old wrote an adorable apology after accidentally ripping a library book

It's not every day you see a kid who loves books quite this much. Jackson Dowler, 8, of Toronto, Canada, was reading an Asterisk comic book that he had borrowed from the library when the unthinkable..
Mashable on September 1, 2015

Carrie Brownstein Announces Book Tour

10-27 Brooklyn, NY - WORD Bookstore at Saint Vitus Bar (Questlove) 10-28 New York, NY - Barnes & Noble Union Square (Gaby Hoffman) 10-29 Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia Free Library at The Merriam..
Pitchfork on August 31, 2015

Gone but not forgotten: 100,000 Toronto library books outstanding

gone but not forgotten: 100,000 toronto library books outstandingMore than 100,000 items were checked out from the Toronto Public Library (TPL) but never returned during the past 10 years, and children’s books top the list.
Toronto Star on July 15, 2015

Toronto Public Library opens 100th branch in Scarborough

toronto public library opens 100th branch in scarboroughNewest addition to city's library system is latest chapter in the local libraries’ rich history dating back to the early 1800s
Toronto Star on May 20, 2015

Power tools, paperbacks now under one roof

TORONTO – There’s a place in Toronto where you can now borrow a power drill and a paperback at the same time. It’s the result of a new partnership between the Toronto Public Library and the..
metronews on April 30, 2015

Toronto Public Library scraps used book buying program

toronto public library scraps used book buying programThe controversial pilot project allowed readers to sell used books to the library for $5. It will formally end on March 31 after four months of losing money and offending authors.
Toronto Star on March 24, 2015


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