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Libraries support literacy and lifelong learning for Saskatchewan residents and have an important role in the educational, recreational and cultural enrichment of our province.
To borrow library materials from a public library in Saskatchewan you need a library card from your local library.
Once you have your library card, you can borrow library materials including DVDs, CDs and e-books from any public library in Saskatchewan by:
The Single Integrated Library System (SILS) online catalogue lets you search and borrow library materials from any public library in the province.
Library2go lets you download digital library material from a collection of over 60,000 audio and eBooks directly onto your computer, eReader, tablet or smartphone.
Libraries provide all residents of Saskatchewan with access to these basic library services:
Saskatchewan's Public Library System includes:
|Regina Public Library||Regina Public Library Map|
|Saskatoon Public Library||Saskatoon Public Library Map|
|City of Prince Albert Public Library Board||City of Prince Albert Public Library Board Map|
Regional libraries represent a group of cities, towns, villages and rural municipalities that have joined together to deliver library services.
|Chinook Regional Library - Swift Current and southwest||Chinook Regional Library Map
|Lakeland Library Region - North Battleford and northwest||Lakeland Library Region Map
|Palliser Regional Library - Moose Jaw and south-central||Palliser Regional Library Map|
|Parkland Regional Library - Yorkton and east-central||Parkland Regional Library Map
|Southeast Regional Library - Weyburn and southeast||Southeast Regional Library Map|
|Wapiti Regional Library - Northeast Saskatchewan||Wapiti Regional Library Map|
|Wheatland Regional Library - West-central Saskatchewan||Wheatland Regional Library Map|
The northern library system, also called the Pahkisimon Nuye?áh System, acts as the central library for all of northern Saskatchewan.
It is a partnership of 12 community public libraries and 52 school libraries.
|Pahkisimon Nuye?áh System||Pahkisimon Nuye?áh Library System Map|
To find resources for library trustees, please visit the Saskatchewan Library Trustees' Association website.
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