Mississauga Library is open to provide you access to books and media, online resources to learn new skills, and virtual programs for all ages. Whether you stop by a location or login at home, a Mississauga Library card is the key to a growing collection of materials and resources.
Browse and borrow from a large collection of over 1.2 million digital items and more than 4.8 million physical items. View and checkout items at a Mississauga Library location or download and stream to your mobile device or computer. With a library card, you have access to books, audiobooks, movies, tv shows, magazines, newspapers, music, and more.
Learn new skills or research topics with a variety of online resources. Use Ancestry Library edition to start researching your family tree right from home. View a variety of online resources to support elementary and high school students with their return to the classroom. Access Lynda.com for video courses taught by experts in software, creative and business skills.
Coming live to your living room is a wide range of online programs for all ages. Join live storytimes each week and play, sing, discover, and read together. The upcoming Author Talk series features a diverse group of talented writers who will answer questions and share information about their craft. From rhyming stories to the hand washing song to maker videos, the library’s YouTube channel has helpful, fun, and educational videos that are available on your device, anytime and anywhere.
Mississauga Library locations are now open to provide limited services, including borrowing items and hold pickup. Computers are available by appointment with access to printing and scanning. Each location has a limited number of individual study spaces that can be booked at home or at that location. Staff members are available for limited research and advisory assistance or to help you sign up for a new library card. To ensure customer safety, a mask must be worn at all times, returns and items used are isolated for 72 hours, and stricter cleaning and sanitization procedures have been implemented.
With a Mississauga Library card, you can access a variety of books and media, programs and services. Signup is free for Mississauga residents or those who go to school, work or own property in the city. Library cards for non-residents are $30 per year. Drop by a location to sign up or get a virtual card at mississaugalibrary.ca.