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Fountain, St. Lawrence Market, in front of west side of south front of north market, unveiling, 1877. Fountain given to city by Mayor Angus Morrison, later moved to Ferry Docks. Photographer unknown. - Courtesy of the Toronto Public Library.

Fountain, St. Lawrence Market, in front of west side of south front of north market, unveiling, 1877. Fountain given to city by Mayor Angus Morrison, later moved to Ferry Docks. Photographer unknown. - Courtesy of the Toronto Public Library.

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"A library outranks any one other thing a community can do to benefit its people. It is a never failing spring in the desert." Andrew Carnegie - see here for photos of the 10 Carnegie Libraries built in Toronto.

Fort York Branch - Toronto Public Library - children's area  A B C letters.

An avid reader and member of the great free services the public library offers. Fort York Branch - Toronto Public Library - children's area A B C letters.

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This is not your parents' library, or yours either

Marcus, 5 months, with mom Ana-Maria Critchley, leans into a book at the retooled S. Walter Stewart branch on May

Mississauga workers’ strike shuts down 18 public libraries (Toronto Star 04 July 2016)

Mississauga workers’ strike shuts down 18 public libraries (Toronto Star 04 July

Vaughan Public Libraries - Toronto - (Canadá)

Enrich Inspire Transform - Vaughan Public Libraries offer welcoming destinations that educate, excite and empower our community.

Our Public Library Toronto has the busiest and, by most measures, the best library system in North America. But this precious public asset, founded in 1883, is falling behind.

Toronto has the busiest and, by most measures, the best library system in North America. But this precious public asset, founded in is falling behind. How could it not, after 20 years of political neglect and budget cuts?

The Human Library is a groundbreaking organization where you "check out" a person instead of a book to converse & explore your similarities & differences and hopefully extinguish any prejudices.

"The Toronto public library piloted it's Human Library project. You can check out people from diverse backgrounds for a one on one conversation. The goal is to break down prejudice." Be a part of the Human Library Project.

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