- Queen's University - Joseph S. Stauffer Library
- Laurentian University at Sudbury - J.N. Desmarais Library
- York University - Scott Library, Steacie Library, Bronfman Library
- University of Ottawa - Morisset Library
- Queen's University
- Laurentian University at Georgian
- Laurentian University (Sudbury)
- McMaster University
- Memorial University
- Simon Fraser University
- University of British Columbia
- University of Ottawa
- University of Toronto (St. George)
- University of Toronto (Mississauga)
- York University
Queen's UniversityStauffer Library
The Joseph S. Stauffer Library houses books, journals, and electronic resources supporting the fine arts, humanities, and social sciences. There are many interesting historical facts and figures about this magnificent building, "designed to ensure a seamless continuity between traditional library practices and a new era in information science, the library embodies the best of both worlds..."
Laurentian University (Sudbury)J.N. Desmarais Library
The J.N. Desmarais Library is the main campus library at Laurentian University, and holds several specialized collections, such as Collection franco-ontarienne and Mining Environment collections. The library is very focused on "Putting students first".
University of OttawaMorisset Library
Named after Father Auguste Morisset, director of the university's libraries from 1934 to 1958, Morisset Library holds 800,000 books and serves over 2,000 users at a time. It also houses a map library, the Multimedia Distribution Service, le Centre de recherche en civilisation canadienne-française (CRCCF), CHUO, Ottawa's campus and community radio, and laboratories and studios operated by the Department of Communications.
York UniversityScott Library
The Scott Library is one of five libraries at York University. It houses the social sciences and humanities collection as well as special facilities such as the Map Library, the Sound & Moving Image Library (SMIL) and Clara Thomas Archives & Special Collections. One of our core overarching purposes is to graduate critically-engaged, information literate citizens able to fully participate in the information society across all levels - scholarly, personal, vocational and political.