New Brunswick is a province rooted in its communities, its people and a “small-town” quality of life. A key strength of New Brunswick is its community connectedness.
New Brunswick public libraries mirror this tradition of connectedness. We have a network of 63 public libraries, an online branch and a provincial library services-by-mail. Each service point reflects and celebrates the unique qualities of the communities they serve while keeping people connected.
Our municipal partners and library trustees play a key role in ensuring our library facilities and services keep improving to meet evolving public needs.
New Brunswick public libraries have many strengths: a community-based service; one provincial library card; one shared provincial online catalogue and collection; a borrow anywhere, return anywhere service; welcoming facilities and inclusive open hours; flagship reading programs for the young and young at heart; computer, Internet and Wi-Fi access in all libraries; dedicated and passionate employees, trustees, volunteer, partners; and committed funders: provincial government, participating municipalities and school districts, and donors.
Through our strengths, we keep people connected, learning, reading, playing, creating and succeeding in today’s fast-paced world.