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Legislative Library of Manitoba Current Onsite Services

The Legislative Library of Manitoba at its 200 Vaughan Street location has resumed limited onsite public services.  The health and safety of visitors and staff remain a top priority. The Legislative Library of Manitoba is complying with public health order directives including social distancing and cleaning requirements and guidelines provided in guidelines to museums, galleries and libraries: Restoring Safe Services.

Access to the Legislative Library at 200 Vaughan Street will be by appointment only:

  • Clients wishing to view material at the Library should contact us by email at legislative_library@gov.mb.ca or call (204) 945-4330.
  • Library staff will contact you to discuss your research and book an appointment.
  • Appointments will be available Monday to Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 12: 30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

At this time, several services and resources will not be available, including:

  • Copy services
  • Access to machines and equipment (public computers, microfilm readers/scanners, copy stand)
  • Access to reference materials, Henderson’s Directories and card catalogues.

Please note that interlibrary loans remain suspended until further notice. 

All updates regarding our services will be communicated on this web page. 






Collection Highlights:

  • Mapping the nation : solving challenges from local to global Mapping the nation : solving challenges from local to global
  • Deep work : rules for focused success in a distracted world Deep work : rules for focused success in a distracted world
  • Selfie : how we became so self-obsessed and what it's doing to us Selfie : how we became so self-obsessed and what it's doing to us
  • Why good people do bad environmental things Why good people do bad environmental things
  • The return of the moguls : how Jeff Bezos and John Henry are remaking newspapers for the twenty-first century The return of the moguls : how Jeff Bezos and John Henry are remaking newspapers for the twenty-first century
  • Eating NAFTA : trade, food policies, and the destruction of Mexico Eating NAFTA : trade, food policies, and the destruction of Mexico
  • Ralph vs. Rachel :  a tale of two Alberta premiers Ralph vs. Rachel : a tale of two Alberta premiers
  • Women in parliament in 2018 Women in parliament in 2018
  • Power, prime ministers and the press : the battle for truth on Parliament Hill Power, prime ministers and the press : the battle for truth on Parliament Hill
  • The age of increasing inequality : the astonishing rise of Canada's 1% The age of increasing inequality : the astonishing rise of Canada's 1%
  • Beyond bioethics : toward a new biopolitics Beyond bioethics : toward a new biopolitics
  • Lobbying : the dark side of politics Lobbying : the dark side of politics
  • How to lie with maps How to lie with maps
  • Colonial lives of property : law, land, and racial regimes of ownership Colonial lives of property : law, land, and racial regimes of ownership
  • Is Nutrition North Canada on shifting ground? Is Nutrition North Canada on shifting ground?

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