Grande Bibliothèque provides 75 student study spaces

January 13, 2021
Montreal’s Grande Bibliothèque is offering students a place to study and access high-speed internet. Students of all ages – from elementary to university – will be able to take advantage of 75 study spaces located on the third floor of the library. The spaces will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Students will be required to wear a mask and to show their student ID cards to get access to the spaces. They will only be allowed to borrow books that have been reserved in advance. “It is a nice sign of recognition from the government of the essential role that public libraries play,” said Martin Dubois, general director of the Grande Bibliothèque. Journal de Montréal | Montreal Gazette (QC)