Category: Coquitlam Public Library

Anthea Goffe is the new Executive Director of Coquitlam PL

The Board of the Coquitlam Public Library is pleased to announce Anthea Goffe as the new Executive Director. Anthea brings a wealth of talent and experience to her new role. She has been working in the library sector for over twenty years, with the last eight years holding the title of Director, Community Engagement at […]

Anthea Goffe, new Interim Executive Director, Coquitlam PL

Anthea Goffe has been appointed to serve as Interim Executive Director, while the CPL Boardundertakes a recruiting process to select a replacement (expected to take a number of months)  In the over eight years Anthea has been with CPL – first as Director Community Engagement, then as Deputy Director – she has become well known for her leadership and commitment to library services.

Coquitlam Public Library Appoints Library Director

The Coquitlam Public Library Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Todd Gnissios as Director of the Coquitlam Public Library effective December 9, 2013. “We are very pleased to welcome Todd to the Coquitlam Public Library,” said Board Chair Jack Trumley. “With his experience developing new services and leading organizational development, he will bring […]

Public libraries join forces to demand better eBook accessibility for their customers

NEWS RELEASE For immediate release June 5, 2012 Public libraries join forces to demand better eBook accessibility for their customers Toronto – The Canadian Urban Libraries Council/Conseil des Bibliothèques Urbaines du Canada (CULC/CBUC), a coalition of Canada’s large public libraries, along with many U.S. public libraries such as the New York Public Library, are putting […]

National Book Count to go in February 2012

The second annual National Book Count sponsored by the National Reading Campaign working group is scheduled to go in February 2012. It was originally scheduled for January, but a last minute hiccup connected to retail eBook sales forced a change. Learn more about the National Reading Campaign here: CULC/CBUC’s participation is expanding with many […]