Mississauga Library System Mississauga Library
is the public library
system of Mississauga, Ontario
. The system has 18 branches, consisting of the Mississauga Central Library and 17 smaller neighbourhood libraries.
The Library offers many services and programs such as story times, March Break activities and a telephone dial-a-story service. Resources range from advice to parents on choosing books to internet resources for kids.
- Information and reference services
- Access to full text databases
- Community information
- Internet access
- Reader's advisory services
- Programs for children, youth and adults
- Delivery to homebound individuals
- Interlibrary loan
- Free downloadable audiobooks
- e-books 
- Exam proctoring
Mississauga Central Library
The Mississauga Central Library is located at 301 Burnhamthorpe Road West, adjacent to the Mississauga Civic Centre
. It is the largest branch of the Mississauga Library System, containing four floors of materials and a further floor for silent study, and has functioned as the main library for the system since its opening in 1991.
It was officially renamed to Hazel McCallion Central Library on 10 February 2021 (and affectionately nicknamed "Hazy Mac") in honour of the centennial birthday of the city's former mayor Hazel McCallion
- ^ a b Canadian Library Statistics: Public Library Statistics - 2012
- ^ eBooks
- ^ "Central Library". Library Hours and Locations. City of Mississauga. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
- ^ Draaisma, Muriel (10 February 2021). "Former Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion to celebrate 100th birthday on Sunday". CBC News. Retrieved 12 February 2021.
- ^ "Hazel McCallion Honoured by City of Mississauga with 100th Birthday Celebration and Library Renaming". City of Mississauga. February 10, 2021. Archived from the original on February 22, 2021. Retrieved February 12, 2021.
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