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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)
  • Access to reference materials, Henderson’s Directories and card catalogues.

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






Collection Highlights:

  • The case for a job guarantee The case for a job guarantee
  • Provincial battles, national prize? : elections in a federal state Provincial battles, national prize? : elections in a federal state
  • Black cop : my 36 years in police work, and my career-ending experiences with official racism Black cop : my 36 years in police work, and my career-ending experiences with official racism
  • The sleeping giant awakens : genocide, Indian residential schools, and the challenge of conciliation The sleeping giant awakens : genocide, Indian residential schools, and the challenge of conciliation
  • Duty and choice : the evolution of the study of voting and voters Duty and choice : the evolution of the study of voting and voters
  • Lead successful projects Lead successful projects
  • The stories were not told : Canada's First World War internment camps The stories were not told : Canada's First World War internment camps
  • Leading from between : Indigenous participation and leadership in the public service Leading from between : Indigenous participation and leadership in the public service
  • Friends, foes, and furs : George Nelson's Lake Winnipeg journals, 1804-1822 Friends, foes, and furs : George Nelson's Lake Winnipeg journals, 1804-1822
  • Government information in Canada : access and stewardship Government information in Canada : access and stewardship
  • Lost feast : culinary extinction and the future of food Lost feast : culinary extinction and the future of food
  • Course correction : a map for the distracted university Course correction : a map for the distracted university
  • The madness of crowds : gender, race, and identity The madness of crowds : gender, race, and identity
  • Women political leaders : the impact of gender on democracy Women political leaders : the impact of gender on democracy
  • Conformity : the power of social influences Conformity : the power of social influences

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