Ottawa Public Library

The Ottawa Public Library (OPL) is the library system of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and is the largest bilingual library (English and French) in North America. The library was founded in 1906 with a donation from the Carnegie Foundation.

Read more about Ottawa Public Library:  Services, Origin of The OPL, Present Day OPL, New Central Library, City of Ottawa Central Archives and Ottawa Public Library Materials Centre, Branches

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