Check out our service update page to learn more about when services are offered.
Laurier Library is making changes to building hours and in-person services at Waterloo campus Library for the winter starting Tuesday January 4. Both the Kitchener FSW Library and services at the Brantford DLLC (including Game Collection) are closed until further notice.
The Brantford Public Library will deliver book requests and related services on the Brantford campus for the winter. Laurier Library continues to support students through online resources and services, including help with research.
For full listing of Library locations, hours and services this winter, please see our Winter 2022 Service Summary to learn more.
Stay up to date on Library services and operations by checking the Library Service Update page.
Empty Bowls 2022 in support of The Food Bank of Waterloo Region
Laurier Library welcomes Isabel Cisterna to role of manager: cultural programming and community engagement
Laurier mourns the loss of beloved colleague Julia Hendry
Omni system live at Laurier Library
Laurier Archives unlocks Ontario's environmental history for Harvard PhD candidate
Records of renowned Canadian organ builder Gabriel Kney donated to Laurier Archives
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WLU Press announces launch event for its bestseller, Why Indigenous Literatures Matter by Daniel Heath Justice
Student Life Levy project brings ergonomic chairs to Library individual study rooms
CBC Radio: Indigenous author Daniel Heath Justice discusses his new WLU Press book
Robert Langen Art Gallery announces opening of new exhibition by Indigenous artist Leanna Marshall
NUMUS Concerts fonds yield glimpses of Waterloo’s vibrant avant-garde musical past
Robert Langen Art Gallery features exhibition by artist Penelope Stewart
Library creates Project Management Office
Library’s User Experience Design Movie Night hits home with Brantford audience
Library provides research data services for Northern Water Futures project
Digital Humanities students learn a little about C.H. Little, a prominent figure in Laurier's past
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