• Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples day with Brampton Library. Chat with Author Melanie Florence and see her on stage at Garden Square!. Thursday, June 21, 7:00-8:30pm at Garden Square 12 Main Street North in Downtown Brampton
    National Indigenous Peoples Day
  • Happy Canada Day. All our branches will be closed Sunday July 1 and Monday July 2 2018. Be sure to stop in to your favourite branch to stock up on your holiday reads.
    Canada Day
  • One Book One Brampton. Our big community read. Vote for your pick in branch or online.
    One Book One Brampton
  • Summer at Brampton Library! Clubs for all ages and interests. Registration opens June 1, 2018
    Summer Reading Club
  • Brampton Library is pleased to present our local authors showcase 2018-19. Are you a resident of Peel ? Click here for the new submission package.
    Local Author Showcase
  • Innovation Zone, Please proceed with great ideas. Programs include 3D printing and modelling, robotics, coding, and other interactive and STEM learning for all ages with Special Events and Networking. Ask staff about taking a FREE orientation session, Link to Maker Space Brampton.
    MakerSpace

Active library card holders may request a title if it is not found in our catalogue. We will consider your request to purchase for our collection, as outlined in the Collection Management Policy or to borrow from another library system through Interlibrary Loan. For titles published within the last twelve months please refer to the Suggest a Purchase guidelines and form here.

What is Interlibrary Loan?

It is a FREE service that allows our customers to borrow from another library’s collection if Brampton Library does not have the item in our catalogue.

What can I borrow?

We are able to borrow a wide range of materials that are not owned by Brampton Library. However, due to restrictions set by the owning library we are usually not able to borrow:

  • books published within the last 12 months
  • reference and other non-circulating materials
  • audiovisual items including DVDs, Blu-Ray, Music CDs and Games
  • magazines and newspapers
  • eBooks and eresources

Request for material outside of the province will be considered on a case by case basis. Interlibrary loan service is unavailable for requested items outside of Canada. 

How long does it take?

It takes four weeks or longer for the item to arrive. We cannot guarantee fulfillment of request by a certain date. You will be notified by email or telephone when your request is ready for pick-up.

We ask that you pick up your Interlibrary Loan material as soon as possible, as we are responsible for getting the material back to the lending library in a timely manner.

How many items can I request?

Due to short loan periods and limited renewals customer requests are limited to five per month.

Can I renew an Interlibrary Loan item?

One term of renewal is permitted for items if the lending library agrees. However, items from University libraries are not renewable. Requests for renewal should be made at least seven days before the due date. Please make every effort to return your Interlibrary Loan material promptly.

What if I lose or damage an Interlibrary Loan item?

Loss or damage of Interlibrary Loan material will result in a replacement fee set by the lending library. The replacement fee may include replacement, processing, and service charges.

How do I submit a request?

You may submit a request by:

  • filling out the form below as accurately as possible
  • visiting one of our branches in person
  • contacting Brampton Library by telephone during operating hours (905) 793-4636

The collection of information on this form is subject to the provisions of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Personal Privacy Act. This information is used for library-related purposes only. Questions regarding the collection of this information should be directed to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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