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Library Services

The Legislature Library was established in 1906 to serve as the parliamentary library for Members of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. Service is also provided to Members’ staff, Legislative Assembly Office staff, the public service, and the general public.

Services to Members

The Library’s team of information specialists provides a confidential and non-partisan service. Library services include . . .

Services to the Alberta Public Service

The collections of the Legislature Library are available for use by Alberta public servants. Library Reference staff provide extensive assistance with the collection and an informed referral service. It is suggested that members of the Public Service consult the Alberta Government Library (hyperlink AGL to: http://www.servicealberta.gov.ab.ca/Library.cfm) for specialized materials in their own subject area.

A wide range of materials may be borrowed. Please click here for Hours of Operation and Loan Periods.

Services to the Public

The collections of the Legislature Library are available for use by the people of Alberta. Library Reference staff provide basic assistance with the collection and an informed referral service. For general materials, it is recommended that members of the public consult their own public library, prior to contacting the Legislature Library. All items in the collection may be used in the library. Upon special application a wide range of materials may be borrowed. Please consult the Library’s catalogue on this website to verify the availability of materials of interest. Please click here for Hours of Operation and Loan Periods.

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