<nav id="Kj3yM3"><center id="Kj3yM3"><video id="Kj3yM3"></video></center></nav>

<th id="Kj3yM3"><pre id="Kj3yM3"></pre></th>

<progress id="Kj3yM3"><track id="Kj3yM3"><rt id="Kj3yM3"></rt></track></progress>
  • <button id="Kj3yM3"><object id="Kj3yM3"></object></button>

      <rp id="Kj3yM3"></rp>
      <button id="Kj3yM3"><object id="Kj3yM3"></object></button>
      <dd id="Kj3yM3"><track id="Kj3yM3"></track></dd>

      “Building Communities”

      Co-Chaired by Richard W. Pound and W. David Angus, the final phase of the Capital Campaign aims to complete the renovation of our heritage building. Learn more

      Latest News

      Our Programs and Services

      Come visit our computer centre, library stacks and reading room weekdays from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

      Mask wearing is no longer compulsory but is encouraged. Our staff are still wearing masks.

      We’re conducting an array of activities online and, on June 2, 9 and 16, are having our first hybrid events – in person in the Adair Auditorium and online by Zoom. Our schedule of events is in the column on the right.

      For information and help borrowing, please contact our Head Librarian, Roxann Fournier-Hoyt:

      Email:?rfhoyt@atwaterlibrary.ca

      Phone:?514-935-7344

      Library catalogue:?https://atwater.insigniails.com/Library/Home

      Our eBooks and eAudiobooks?are always available:
      https://atwaterlibrary.overdrive.com/

      Platinum Jubilee Celebrations

      From?June 2 to September 30, 2022?our?Platinum Jubilee Exhibition?is open to the public. It’s a celebration of the 70 years of service to Canada and the Commonwealth of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and includes portraits of the Queen, royal memorabilia, Aislin cartoons, and panels with select entries in our?70 Words (or less) for 70 Years Writing Contest?– the four prize winners and several which earned honorable mention.

      Click?here?to see photos of the festive opening event on June 2.

      Our?Platinum Jubilee Project?was funded by the Department of Canadian Heritage of the Government of Canada.

      Our Mission and Reach

      Our mission is to build a strong, sustainable and cohesive community through cultural, educational and social programs and by bringing together the diverse population of the Montreal region and Quebec more widely.

      We welcome everyone, regardless of their place of residence.

      We’re independent and depend heavily on volunteers and private donors for our vitality.

      ?


      Financial Literacy Online

      Go?here?for online resources for people during the COVID confinement, especially seniors. The following topics are covered:

      INCOME TAX
      WILLS and MANDATES
      POWERS OF ATTORNEY
      BUDGETING BASICS
      EATING WELL ON A BUDGET

      For more information about our?Financial Literacy Program, please email?lverge@.

      Page 1 of 612345...Last ?