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Legislative Library of Manitoba Current Onsite Services

The Legislative Library’s 200 Vaughan Street location will re-open to the public on Tuesday, August 3, 2021. Researchers may visit the Library at any time between 10 and 5, Monday to Friday. No appointment is necessary.


Annual Closure

The Manitoba Legislative Library at 200 Vaughan Street will be closed January 17-January 21, 2022 to prepare for the spring legislative session.


The Reading Room in the Legislature remains closed to the public.

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

For accurate, up-to-date and fact-based information on COVID-19, please visit Manitoba.ca COVID-19.

Notice - Digital Collection Down for Maintenance

Updated January 13, 2022

The Digital Collection of Manitoba Government Documents is unavailable due to maintenance issues. We apologise for the inconvenience.

For copies of digital documents from this collection, please contact the Legislative Library at 204-945-4330 or legislative_library@gov.mb.ca.






Collection Highlights:

  • At the pleasure of the Crown : the politics of bureaucratic appointments At the pleasure of the Crown
  • Democracy after coronavirus : five challenges for the 2020s Democracy after coronavirus
  • Lead from the future : how to turn visionary thinking into breakthrough growth Lead from the future
  • Behind closed doors :  the law and politics of Cabinet secrecy Behind closed doors
  • Queering representation : LGBTQ people and electoral politics in Canada Queering representation
  • Intimate integration :  a history of the Sixties Scoop and the colonization of Indigenous kinship Intimate integration
  • Home care fault lines : understanding tensions and creating alliances Home care fault lines
  • Quietly shrinking cities : Canadian urban population loss in an age of growth Quietly shrinking cities
  • Assisted suicide in Canada : moral, legal, and policy considerations Assisted suicide in Canada
  • Rising up : the fight for living wage work in Canada Rising up
  • Indian in the Cabinet : speaking truth to power Indian in the Cabinet
  • Demanding equality : one hundred years of Canadian feminism Demanding equality
  • A complex exile :  homelessness and social exclusion in Canada A complex exile
  • Psychology and behavioral economics : applications for public policy Psychology and behavioral economics
  • Beaver bison horse : the traditional knowledge and ecology of the Northern Great Plains Beaver bison horse

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