Our online catalogue is currently experiencing issues with the search function. We are working with the vendor to fix this as soon as possible and thank you for your patience.

Bibliocommons (catalogue, events) will undergo scheduled maintenance on Sunday, May 30th from 3am to 7am and be unavailable during this time frame.

Moccasin Square Gardens

Posted on: July 13, 2020 at 9:22 am, in

by Richard Van Camp Many authors are known for just one type of fiction, but not Richard Van Camp. The award-winning novelist also pens comics, TV scripts (CBC’s ‘North of 60’), and is an internationally renowned storyteller. Steeped in the oral traditions of his people, the Tlicho (Tłı̨chǫ) of the Dene First Nations, Van Camp’s […]

The Weight of Ink

Posted on: July 2, 2020 at 10:39 am, in

by Rachel Kadish In our increasingly digital age, the value of the tangible written word that one can hold in their hands is often questioned. Yet as is shown in Rachel Kadish’s The Weight of Ink, paper can prove to hold more than just words conveyable on a screen. This historical medley intertwines the lives […]

Humble Pi

Posted on: July 2, 2020 at 10:31 am, in

by Matt Parker I watch math videos on YouTube for fun.  For a lot of people that’s probably a strange concept.  Math has always been considered “hard”, and for the really advanced stuff, it is.  I’m not going to pretend that I understand a lot of it, but the idea that really strange things happen […]

I’ll Be Your Blue Sky

Posted on: July 2, 2020 at 10:20 am, in

by Marisa de los Santos Reading a Marisa de los Santos novel is like listening to the most intricate of melodies, layered with exquisite detail that places you in the centre of the story. I have read every one of her novels and pick up each one in both anticipation and unspoken expectation. I’ll Be Your Blue Sky is the third […]

The Shoemaker’s Wife

Posted on: July 2, 2020 at 10:07 am, in

by Adriana Trigiani The Shoemaker’s Wife by Adriana Trigiani is a love story that spans a lifetime, yet also brings us so much more. Enza’s family lives modestly in the Italian Alps, the family’s meagre income supplemented by Enza’s talented stitchery. Ciro lives with his brother Eduardo in the local convent, having been left there by their mother as young boys. Although they live in neighbouring villages, Enza and […]