Internet Services

Internet Services

The Library has 8 internet use terminals in the Adult Library (main floor) and 6 internet-use terminals in the Youth Library (lower level). Time slots may only be reserved in person on a first come first serve basis. A donation of $2/hour is appreciated to help pay for this service.

Community Access Program (CAP)

Our Library is a member of the Community Access Program (CAP). CAP is a Government of Canada initiative administed by Industry Canada, that aims to provide Canadians with affordable public access to the Internet and the skills they need to use it effectively. CAP is the key component of the Government of Canada's Connecting Canadians initiative, whose goal is to make Canada the most Internet-connected nation in the world. For more information on CAP click on the link below.

Connecting Canadians


Wireless Access

The library has wi-fi available to everyone. No fee is charged but a $2 donation is appreciated so that we may continue to bring you this service.