The Toronto Public Library, Spadina Branch, houses the 'Special Collection: Native Peoples Resource Collection'. This location is wheelchair accessible and has free wifi.
Opened on July 16, 1977. The branch was created in partnership with the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, to serve the local community and house a special collection. The building has the name written in Cree syllabics and roman orthography on the front of the building, Mahsinahhekahnikahmik, meaning “the lodge or place of the book”.
Please see Services below to learn more about the 'Special Collection: Native Peoples Resource Collection'.