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Alberta Health Services (AHS) is Canada’s first and largest province-wide, fully-integrated health system, responsible for delivering health services to the over four million people living in Alberta, as well as to some residents of Saskatchewan, B.C. and the Northwest Territories.


A provincial network of law libraries existing to provide research support and information services to the public and the legal community.


ALIS provides information for career planning, post-secondary education and training, educational funding, work searches, and more for Albertans.


Access contact information for friendship centres across the province and much more!


Alberta Research Portal gives anyone within Alberta access to millions of primary documents from institutions all over the world. A fantastic resource for students, teachers, and researchers, this portal lets you access the Gale Primary Sources collection, a resource with 69 unique primary source collections, including extensive resources related to First Nations and Indigenous peoples, the Associated Press Collections, Smithsonian Collection Online, Archives of Human Sexuality and Gender, Sabin Americana, and 25 titles from the Gale Virtual Reference Library. 


Access to over 60 million Canadian records, including birth, marriage, and death records, census records, military records, immigration and naturalization records and more. 

Ancestry Library Edition is available to patrons within your library only. It is not available for remote use.


Access recipes and culinary information from nearly every country in the world! Search by ingredients, country or by recipe to find your next meal idea.


Access audio, images, videos and documents with information and stories about Blackfoot culture. You can sort through content based on geography, tribe, keyword and format.


A gateway to free Canadian genealogy resources, organized by province.


Find resources, events, tools and information on budgeting, money management, insurance, saving, investing, and taxes from various Canadian organizations.


CanLII is a non-profit organization that has been engaged by the law societies of Canada to establish, operate, maintain and provide to the law societies a website dedicated to providing continuous access to a virtual library of Canadian legal information. CanLII's goal is to make Canadian law accessible on the Internet.


Get some of the newest and your old favourites using cloudLibrary. One of four eBook catalogues available to the Peace Library System, cloudLibrary offers a large catalogue of eBooks & eAudiobooks that all library patrons can access with an internet connection. Read and listen at home or download your titles onto your mobile devices and take them to go.


Updates daily with all provincial and federal Canadian legislation (bills and acts) that is being introduced, updated, and receiving approval/assent.


Consumer Reports is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping consumers make informed choices about products, services, and safety. They put over 4000 products through rigorous testing each year. You can use this resource inside and outside of the library. You will be asked for your library barcode when accessing Consumer Reports outside of the library.


Get help creating high quality resumes, cover letters and reference sheets for entry level and professional positions. This resource is available to all library card holders inside and outside of the library.


A searchable online collection of approximately 8,500 detailed biographies of noteworthy Canadians.


This virtual library holds the most complete set of full-text historical content about Canada, including books, magazines and government documents.


This site is operated by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and contains information about diseases and conditions, prevention and wellness, and more.


This website offers resources for those performing genealogy research with a specific focus on the Prairie Provinces and Métis ancestry.


Explore careers, read about the job market, and more.


Get help finding scholarships and funds for a variety of organizations from all over the country. Grant Connect is constantly updating its catalogue of funders so that you can search through them for the perfect match.

Grant Connect is available to patrons within the library only. It is not available for remote use.


Historica Canada is Canada's largest independent organization devoted to enhancing awareness of Canadian history and citizenship.


Access 200+ short and full length films by Indigenous directors for free through the National Film Board of Canada.


Guide to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of conditions from A to Z.


LawCentral Alberta is a portal or collection of links to law-related information and educational resources on justice and legal issues of interest to Albertans.


Learn about the laws that apply when renting a place to live in Alberta.


Library and Archives Canada’s (LAC) collection is the shared documentary heritage of all Canadians and spans the entire history of our country. The collection contains materials in all types of formats from across Canada and around the world that are of interest to Canadians.


Lynda.com is a video tutorial library available to all patrons looking to improve or expand their skills. The site offers thousands of videos and is constantly expanding to ensure patrons have the most up to date information on software, skills, tasks, careers and more.


Health information from the National Library of Medicine in the United States. Easy access to Medline and health topics, medical dictionaries, directories and publications.


Money Matters is a free introductory financial literacy program for adult learners. Their workbooks are used in classrooms across Canada, and are full of learning and activities that can be adapted according to the needs of individual groups.


This site was built by the Alberta Gove​rnment and Alberta Health Services to give Albertans one place to go for health information they can trust. Healthcare experts across the province make sure the information is correct, up to date, and written for people who live in Alberta.


Learn how to save money and make smart financial choices with this free Canadian resource.


The NAFC offers contact information for friendship centres across the country, resources, as well as information about programs and initiatives the organization is working on.


For almost 50 years, NCSA has assisted Aboriginal people gain fair and equitable access to the justice, children’s services and corrections systems in Alberta.


This kid-friendly eResource contains book reviews and enhanced subject access for over 60,000 fiction titles aimed at the K-8 population.


Need a book recommendation? Use NoveList to search by dozens of appeal factors, look at the list of similar titles, authors and series and get a good look at book awards and their winners.

For more on how NoveList pairs the right book with the right reader, check out The Secret Language of Books: A Guide to Appeal.


Information on Albertan and Canadian law to help protect the older adult.


Provided by the Alberta Government, the Online Reference Centre is available to educators and students in Alberta to ensure everyone has equal access to high-quality resources.


Bestselling fiction and non-fiction titles for you to download in ebook and audio book formats. Patrons log in with their library barcode and PIN and are able to check out and download up to ten titles at a time.  


PressReader allows patrons to read all of their favourite newspapers online. PressReader has over 7,000 eNewspapers and eMagazines from 120+ countries, in 60+ languages.


Pronunciator is an online language learning system that offers training and studying through courses at your own pace as well as the ability to attend small live classes to practice. There are 70+ foreign language and several ESL courses available.


RBdigital Audiobooks offers simultaneous borrowing of 300+ eAudiobooks meaning no waitlists! Use on your computer or download the mobile RBdigital app today!


RBdigital Magazines offers full color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment. Browse from your library's collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download. Use on your browser or download the RBdigital app today!


PLSB has partnered with the Book Publishers Association of Alberta (BPAA) to make over 1,000 Alberta-published eBooks available to readers across the province. These eBooks can now be borrowed through the Cantook Station platform on public library websites.


Get access to homework help based on your provincial curriculum, grade and subject. Just log in with your library card!


Here, you'll find tutorials on the most popular and useful websites on the Internet, from social networks and dating sites to everyday tools for getting directions and knowing what the weather's going to be like. You can even learn how to listen to music, watch videos, and have phone calls right on your computer through the power of the Internet. They also have special resources dedicated to 50+ adults


A legal research help page that focuses on strategy and effective use of primary and secondary sources in both print and electronic formats.


Transparent Language Online is the most complete language-learning system for independent learners with 100+ languages currently on offer, including Indigenous languages like Cree and Ojibwe.


TumbleBookLibrary offers animated and narrated story books, narrated eBooks, traditional eBooks, graphic novels and videos for kids (pre-K to grade 8).


Launched by Edmonton Public Library in 2017, Voices of Amiskwaciy is a platform supporting the creation, sharing, discovery and celebration of Indigenous content. You can simply watch videos and look at pictures or contribute your own stories.


Willownet provides legal information for Albertans experiencing violence in a relationship.


World Book provides access to 7 educational sites that can carry patrons from their infant years through and past high school. Patrons can use these websites inside and outside of the library simply by logging in with their library card.


A resource for teens doing research. This site is a step up from World Book: Student and for those who are experienced with research.


A resource for pre-schoolers and young kids. This site will read aloud to you as well as promote learning, reading and understanding through games, fairy tales, stories, songs, colouring pages, and videos.


A resource for young kids and children beginning to do research and homework. The website offers a fun and easy way to browse through and compare animals, places, and objects.


A resource for kids and children beginning to do research and homework. The site is very similar to World Book: Kids but offers all of its content in Spanish.


A resource for kids and children beginning to do research and homework. The site is similar to World Book: Kids but offers all of its content in French Canadian.


A resource for kids and pre-teens doing research and homework. The site offers a step-by-step guide on how to do a research project as well as offers all the tools needed.


A resource for pre-teens and teens doing research. You can create your own from scratch with your own events or pre-made events or edit pre-made timelines with your own events or other pre-made events.