Both library branches offer free WiFi. We also have a number of public use computers with internet access and basic software programs on a first-come, first-served basis.

You may use one of our computers for up to 90 minutes per day. Children under the age of 14 may use computers in the Library with adult supervision.

WiFi Access

Our WiFi is accessible anywhere in either Library location using your own laptop or WiFi-enabled device. In addition to browsing the internet, you can use our network to access and download audiobooks, ebooks, magazines and more items from our digital collection.

Printing & Scanning

Printing: Print from any of our public computers for $0.10 per page (black and white) or $0.50 per page (colour).
Printing is not available from the wireless network at this time. You can print by transferring your file to one of the wired computers or using a USB stick. Staff are available to assist.  

Scanning: You are able to scan documents from our printers to your USB drive. We also have a scanner connected to our Accessible Computer Station.  

Accessible Computer Station

Our Accessible Computer Station is available for use by members who would benefit from specialized hardware and software such as:


  • Height-adjustable table
  • Touchscreen
  • Large key/print keyboard
  • Trackball (mouse)
  • Scanner to be used with Optical Character Recognition software


  • Screen magnification
  • Audio screen reader
  • Text to speech software
  • On-screen keyboard
  • Optical Character Recognition
  • Software for people with learning disabilities

Printing is available from the Accessible Computer Station for $0.10 per page (black and white) or $0.50 per page (colour).  

Learn more about the Library's Accessibility and Accommodations features.

Children's Computers 

There are 4 computers with internet access in our Children's Area at the Main Library. They are available for use up to 1 hour per day by children under the age of 14.

These computers use filtering software which restricts access to sites which may not be age appropriate for children. 

The Children's Area also has 2 touch screen AWE computers preloaded with educational games for children ages 6-12, and 2 Early Literacy Stations for children aged 2-6 years (one station is bilingual).  

Local History & Genealogy Computers at the Main Library

We have 2 computers dedicated for local history or genealogy research. Ask at the Information Desk on the main floor for one of us to log you onto either:

  • a computer which allows you to scan microfilm screenshots and save them to your portable USB drive
  • a computer which provides you with free access to and other family history websites

Tech Support

If you have a quick troubleshooting question about our computers or software, please ask for help at one of our Information Desks. Staff can also help you access any of our digital library collections of eBooks, audiobooks, music and videos.

We do not offer formal computer instruction or classes, but you may find our Tech Topics and Tech 1 on 1 programs useful. To learn more about either of these programs, take a look at our Programs for Adults, or check our Events Calendar for upcoming dates and special topics.

All users must accept our Internet and Computer Use Policy