Category: Saskatoon Public Library

Welcome to Beth Côté, Interim Director of Libraries & CEO, Saskatoon PL

The Board has appointed Beth Côté as Interim Director of Libraries & CEO. Ms. Côté has a long and successful history with SPL and has been the Director of Public Services since 2016.“The Board and I remain committed to excellent community-inspired library services. We have full confidence in the interim CEO and SPL leadership team […]

Saskatoon Central Library Design Team Announced

Planned to open in 2026, the home of the new central library is 321 2nd Avenue North. The new central library will be a destination for everyone, including future generations. It will be a place to gather, connect, learn, read, play and share. It will also serve as a critical piece of social infrastructure driving […]

Saskatoon Public Library Appoints New Director

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Library Appoints New Director The Saskatoon Public Library Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Carol Cooley as the new Director of Libraries & CEO, effective June 1. Cooley will replace Zenon Zuzak, who has been with Saskatoon Public Library (SPL) for the past 35 years, 20 of them as Director, […]

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 […]