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Membership is free to permanent residents of Sioux Lookout and Lac Seul First Nation upon presentation of identification showing name and address.


The Sioux Lookout Public Library acknowledges that Sioux Lookout is on the traditional lands of the First Nations of the Anishinaabe people of Lac Seul First Nation. We acknowledge that this territory is covered by Treaty #3, and we pay our care and respect to the survivors of residential schools, their children and any of those who have not survived the effects of the schools.

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It's National Custodian Appreciation Day!What would we do without you? Thank you for everything you do each and every day! We are beyond grateful for your hard work and dedication to keeping the Library clean and tidy! ... See MoreSee Less
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New month = now self-guided programming!Come on in to check out our elephant activities! ... See MoreSee Less
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October 2 to 6 is First Nation Public Library Week.Since 2000, First Nation public libraries have used one week of the year to raise awareness of their resources, services, programs and activities. First Nations Public Library Week is celebrated the first week of October to coincide with Canadian Library Month.First Nations Public Library Week is not only an opportunity to promote public library services but also to celebrate cultural uniqueness through creative library programming.The 2023 theme describes the act of coming together as one group to understand and support each other. The act of solidarity is described in three languages:SKAÍHWA’T – Mohawk – the concept of consensus on one matter, standing togetherDGOGAABWI – Anishinaabemowin – stand with others, participate with othersSTANDING TOGETHER – EnglishMore info: ... See MoreSee Less
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