SPECIAL MEASURES (COVID-19)
On Monday, August 3, 2020, the library returned to its regular opening hours, including evenings and weekends. The maximum limit of 50 people inside the building was also lifted. The usual sanitary measures remain in effect: mandatory face mask, 2 m distance, etc.
Please note that certain services such as game loans, self-service computer stations and study room reservations remain unavailable at this time.
- Wearing a face covering is mandatory
- Keep a distance of at least 2 metres from others.
- All documents must be returned in the chute or left at the library entrance in the returns box.
- Follow the one-way directional floor arrows.
- Only one person at a time in each aisle or shelf range.
Located at 1967 Graham Boulevard, the Reginald J. P. Dawson Library is a member of the Quebec Public Library Association (Association des bibliothèques publiques du Québec - ABPQ). Access our catalogue to do a research or to login to your account.
Regular opening hours
- Monday to Thursday: 10:00 – 21:00
- Friday: 10:00 – 18:00
- Saturday: 10:00 – 17:00
- Sunday: Noon – 17:00
You can return books and other items even when the library is closed. The return chute is located on the south side of the building, near Sherwood Crescent.
eBooks: available 24/7
Borrow eBooks in English and French, in ePub or PDF format, at reginald-jp-dawson.pretnumerique.ca.
Come visit us!
With its collection of nearly 160,000 items, 300,000 annual loans, 64 hours of public access per week and highly qualified staff, Town of Mount Royal’s Reginald J. P. Dawson Library is one of the top libraries in Quebec.
Bilingual, dynamic and web-friendly, it offers a wide range of services and provides its users not only with Internet workstations but also art and other exhibits.
Register for activities
Our library hosts numerous activities for users of all ages, season after season. Register for them via Eventbrite.
Growing with the community
Founded in 1952, the library moved to its current facility on Graham Boulevard in 1967. Several years later, in 1976, the library was named in honour of mayor Reginald J. P. Dawson, who was then celebrating his 25th year in office. The library was computerized in 1998. In 2012 and 2013, the library expands, going from 1,700 sq meters to 3,100 sq meters and offering its clientele an environment that is better lit, more user-friendly and highly functional.