• Contactless Returns and Holds Pickup Service at OPL

    30/07/2020

    OPL offers contactless returns and holds pickup service at select branches, during new hours of operation. 

    • RETURNS will be accepted only during hours of operation, no appointment necessary. Due dates for currently checked out materials have been extended and late fees suspended. 
       
    • HOLDS PICKUP: As of July 27, appointments are no longer needed to pick up holds, except at Rosemount (temporary location). You can pick up your available holds during opening hours at branches offering contactless service.    
       
    • Rosemount (temporary location) will offer curbside service starting Monday, July 27. Holds pickups are by appointment only at this location. 
       
    • UPDATE: Starting Monday, August 17, additional in-person services will be offered at select branches and new branch locations will reopen. Find out more.
       

    Masks are required to be worn inside Ottawa Public Library branches, as per the Temporary Mandatory Mask By-law. 
    For information about Library cards, virtual programs, and more, contact InfoService by phone or email. 

     

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How to Work in a Federal Election

Civic Engagement Series --Faces

 

Have you thought of working in an election as a way of participating in democracy?  Democracy depends on participation. The Federal Election is coming up in October and working in an election is a valid form of participation. How can you get involved?  Join Elections Canada staff for an informative session offering practical resources, tools and tips on how to work in an election and on the benefits of working in an election.  

Leading up to the election, Elections Canada is offering interactive information sessions on various road maps to participating. This is the second session.  Elections Canada is an independent, non-partisan agency responsible for ensuring that Canadians have the information on the where, when and way to register and vote in a federal election. 

This session is part of the Ottawa Public Library's Civic Engagement Series.

Language

English

Age group

Adult