Library Services UPDATE: Holds pick-up, computer use, and
printing/photocopying/faxing will resume at the Alexandria, Crysler, Ingleside,
Lancaster, Morrisburg, and Winchester branches as of Monday, February 22.
Curbside pick-up service will continue at all other branches. Up-to-date
information on the services available and our current hours of operation can be
found at sdglibrary.ca/limited-branch-access. Patrons should continue to contact their local branch to find out the
process for picking up items or accessing services.
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