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HOLIDAY HOURS

December 24 - CLOSED AT 3:00 PM
December 25 - CLOSED
December 26 - CLOSED
December 31 - CLOSED AT 3:00 PM
January 1 - CLOSED

Happy Holidays


Tobacco Free Tuesdays

TUESDAY, JANUARY 13TH, FROM  7 – 8pm

FIND SUPPORT AND STRATEGIES TO QUIT SMOKING IN THIS FREE PRESENTATION  BY LOUISE POOLE OF THE BC LUNG ASSOCIATON.

THIS IS A PRESSURE-FREE, INFORMATIVE EVENING.

 

 
 

Points to the Past


New History/Genealogy Database: Points to the Past


Visit pointstothepast.ca for access to digital historical content including:

Gale Newsvault: A collection of historical newspapers and periodicals from around the world.

British Literary Manuscripts Online: A collection of rare manuscripts, poems, plays, essays, novels, diaries, journals, correspondence, and other manuscripts from the year 1100 through the Victorian era.

Declassified Documents Reference System: A collection of information on the policies and events of post World War II era, including reports from Cabinet meeting minutes, National Security Council policy statements, CIA intelligence studies, presidential conferences, State Department political analyses, and Joint Chiefs' papers.

Points to the Past also includes access to Chatham House Online Archive, Slavery and Anti-Slavery: a Transnational Archive, State Papers Online and Gale Artemis Primary Sources.


Please note there will be no computer training sessions from

December 22 - January 1.  Sessions will resume January 2, 2015.   




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