Stream and download a growing collection of albums by Edmonton local musicians. Includes a collection of gig posters from the local music scene.
Format: Streaming & Download (MP3, FLAC, ALAC, AAC)
We have some exciting news! As of Tuesday, Aug. 4, you can access even more in-person services such as computers, printing, faxing and more. Find out details about our expanded services and how to keep each other healthy at the Library.
Includes all the listings from the: * Canadian Almanac and Directory * Associations Canada * Libraries Canada * Canadian Environmental Resource Guide * Governments Canada * Financial Services Canada * Health Canada * Careers & Employment Canada * Canadian Parliamentary Guide * Major Canadian Cities * History of Canada
ProQuest combines Canadian Newsstream and Canadian Business & Current Affairs and Globe & Mail historical.
Access the standards of the CSA (Canadian Standards Association). You can read the full text of the standard in all its detail. PDF versions of the standards in this database must be accessed using Internet Explorer. To view the PDFs of standards you must install the File Open plugin which can be found here: http://plugin.fileopen.com/all.aspx
Subscribers may print copies of Products for personal use only.
*NOTE: As of March 2020, customers must click on CSA OnDemand in the top menu to access the CSA library
At Edmonton Public Library, we share stories and we hope to inspire all Edmontonians to share their stories with us. Here you will find stories from Edmontonians of the people, places and events that have shaped our country for the past 150 years and look ahead to the next 150 years. You will also find resources on how to share your story through EPL’s Digital Storytelling project.
Frontier Life includes primary source material from 1650 to 1920 on movement by Europeans to Africa, Australasia and North America and the resulting consequences for frontier regions. Canadian history covering the Hudson’s Bay Company, Archives of Manitoba and the Glenbow Museum are included in the archives. This eResource will appeal to history buffs, genealogical researchers, teachers and students.
This resource provides full-text coverage of all business disciplines including accounting, economics, finance, marketing, management and strategy. It provides access to nearly 4,000 leading business and trade publications that are updated daily. These include a number of Canadian publications like The Advocate, Canadian Business, the Globe & Mail, Canadian Woman Studies and more.
This resource is perfect for hobbyists and professionals alike. With over 4.5 million articles from more than 200 Home Improvement titles, Gale OneFile: Home Improvement covers everything from architectural techniques to tool and materials selections to zoning requirements. This resource also has a mobile-optimized interface, making it easy to use on a mobile device. Publications include Canadian House & Home, Home Energy, House & Garden and many more.
The Hill Times is a Canadian politics and government newspaper. It is based out of Ottawa, Ontario, and is published every Monday and Wednesday. Founded in 1989, it covers the Parliament of Canada, the Federal Government and other federal political news, including policy briefings and developing public policy issues. Feature sections include Hill Climbers, Diplomatic Circles and Hill Times Global.
Detailed information about US and Canadian businesses. NOTE: default search is US companies only. Uncheck the "Results will only include U.S. Companies" box to get Canadian results.
Three collections are included in the library's subscription: Industry Report Collection, Bond Record Archive Collection & Who Owns Whom Collection
NFB Campus streams almost 1,000 more films than the free NFB site. Lots of great additional, educational and Canadian made or Canadian focused content.,
The extra Campus content is only available for streaming in-library (thanks to our Campus subscription). All the rest of NFB.ca is available anywhere in Canada.
The Prairie Indigenous eBook Collection brings together over 200 titles from publishers in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This significant addition to the Alberta eBooks repository increases access to stories by Indigenous authors and writings about Indigenous culture, serving as the first of its kind in Canada.
Read Alberta eBooks gives you instant access to more than 1,500 eBook titles from Alberta publishers. The collection features a variety of genres including literary fiction, graphic novels, poetry, self-help and young adult. Titles can be read on all devices including desktop, tablets and eReaders. Internationally published titles in French are also available in this resource.
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