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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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A Rocket for your pocket: North York dad’s design lets you 3D-print your own subway car

a rocket for your pocket: north york dad’s design lets you 3d-print your own subway carUsing a Toronto Public Library 3D printer, Richard Audette made a toy TTC subway car that can ride on most wooden train sets.
Toronto Star on January 28, 2015

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

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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

 
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Toronto Public Library wants your bestsellers

If you’re still waiting to borrow your copy of The Goldfinch from the Toronto Public Library, relief may be in sight. The library has launched a pilot project aimed at buying best-selling novels from..
metronews on January 14, 2015

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Toronto Star and Toronto Public Library Launch 2015 Short Story Contest

*TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Jan. 2, 2015) -* Have you ever imagined yourself as a published author?
Marketwired on January 2, 2015

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Toronto Public Library appoints new city librarian

toronto public library appoints new city librarianVickery Bowles, who has worked for the library for 32 years, will take over the top job on Jan. 5.
Toronto Star on December 18, 2014

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Media Advisory: Toronto Public Library workers to mark Library Week with celebration in front of Yorkville Library Branch tomorrow afternoon

*TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Oct. 22, 2014) -* As people across the country observe Public Library Month, the members of Local 4948 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE 4948) are..
Marketwired on October 22, 2014

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Toronto Public Library: new fines, trouble with e-books helped complaints spike in 2012

Things have settled down now, but some observers say city’s ombudsman should have jurisdiction..
Toronto Star on August 28, 2014

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Toronto Star donates massive photo archive to Toronto Public Library

toronto star donates massive photo archive to toronto public libraryA donation from the Toronto Star to the Toronto Public Library, announced Wednesday morning, has made over one million images taken between 1900 and 1999 available to the public.
Toronto Star on June 26, 2014
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Gay Muslims Come Out In Toronto Photo Exhibit, 'Just Me And Allah'

(RNS) Many Muslims leave Islam when they find their sexuality and faith incompatible. But a new photo exhibit of gay and queer Muslims challenges that notion. The exhibit, which opens June 18 at the..
Huffington Post on June 14, 2014

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Toronto Public Library launches new map as a gateway to the city’s literary hotspots

toronto public library launches new map as a gateway to the city’s literary hotspotsA new map from the Toronto Public Library offers residents a fresh way to connect with their neighbourhood through literature set in the city.
Toronto Star on May 20, 2014

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Elsie Sze’s New Award-Winning Novel Ghost Cave: a Novel of Sarawak Is a Tale of Blood, Sweat, and Tears from a Land of Migrant Workers and Freedom Fighters

Sarawak, the largest province of Malaysia on the island of Borneo, was ruled by an English family, the Brookes, also known as the White Rajahs, in the nineteenth century. Here is the thrilling tale of..
PRWeb on May 7, 2014

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Did Dr. Seuss encourage violence against fathers? One reader thinks so

The Toronto Public Library reportedly received a complaint about Dr. Seuss book 'Hop on Pop,' with the patron saying the title encouraged violence against fathers.
Christian Science Monitor on May 5, 2014

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Ottawa library's 9 requests to remove books, DVDs

After a request to remove a Dr. Seuss book at the Toronto Public Library, CBC News asked Ottawa's public library what removal requests it received. They sent us nine such requests.
CBC.ca on May 3, 2014

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Intro for May 2, 2014

Dear Gossips, Eleanor & Park. Have you read it yet? And Fangirl? What are you waiting for? Rainbow Rowell's voice is original, smart, fun, and funny. And I'm going to be interviewing her at the Toronto..
Lainey Gossip on May 2, 2014


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