Computers and Internet Access

Library Computers

You can use the Internet for free on library computers for one hour per day if there are computers available.  

Have a library card? Sign in to use a computer with your library card and PIN.

Don’t have a library card? Ask at your library's information desk for a guest pass.

Library computers have Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

You can print documents from these computers; it costs 0.25 cents for each page.


Free unlimited Wi-Fi is available for those who bring their own laptop, tablet, or smartphone. No library card required!


Here are some rules for using the Internet at the library:

  • You need to use your own library card, or guest pass, to get on the Internet. You can't use someone else's card, even if they say it's okay.
  • You can only use the Internet on library computers for an hour each day. This is so that everyone gets a fair turn.
  • Library computers don't block certain websites, so you need to be responsible and choose appropriate sites to look at.
  • If you're a kid, your parents or guardians should help you choose what to look at on the Internet. They're also responsible for what you do online.
  • The computers are in public areas, so be considerate of other patrons when using the computers.
  • There are laws about what you can do on the Internet, users are subject to federal and provincial legislation related to Internet use, including the provisions of the Criminal Code of Canada regarding obscenity, child pornography, sedition, and the incitement of hatred, and the Canadian Copyright Act.
  • Library staff can ask you to stop using the Internet if you're causing problems or if you’re not following our Rules of Conduct.

Remember, the Internet has all kinds of information, but not everything on it is true, and there may be content that is offensive. The library can't control what's on the Internet, so be careful and smart when you're online!


The Internet is an unregulated worldwide environment. It contains information and opinions that range from reliable and authoritative to controversial and extremely offensive. Some information found on the Internet may not be accurate, complete, or current, and each user must assess the validity of the information found. The Library does not monitor and has no control over Internet content. The Library is not responsible for damages, fees or security associated with the use of the Internet. The Library cannot guarantee security and confidentiality of any transaction, particularly e-commerce transactions.


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