Sent on behalf of the
Ex Libris Association.
Over the past decade, new and renovated public library branches have been showcasing our great Canadian architects and their most spectacular, innovative works. Barbara Clubb continues to document this expansion of public space in her second article published during the annual Canadian Library Month, October.
Check this update with dozens of illustrations on fifteen new, exciting libraries across Canada.
Read the full article via the Ex Libris Association website.
1. Edmonton Public Library, Calder Branch
2. Halifax Public Libraries, Dartmouth North Branch-Outdoor Library
3. Halifax Public Libraries, Musquodoboit Harbour Branch
4. Kingston-Frontenac Public Library, Rideau Heights Branch
5. Lethbridge Public Library Branch Modernization Project
6. Markham Public Library, Aaniin Branch
7. Bibliothèques Montréal, Benny Branch
8. Regina Public Library, Albert Branch at mâmawêyatitân centre
9. Toronto Public Library, Albion District Branch
10. Toronto Public Library, Amesbury Park Branch
11.Toronto Public Library, Eglinton Square Branch
12. Vaughan Public Libraries, Vellore Village Branch
13. Vaughan Public Libraries, Pleasant Ridge Branch
14. Greater Victoria Public Library, sxʷeŋxʷəŋ təŋəxʷ James Bay Branch
15. Winnipeg Public Library, Windsor Park Branch