The Gabrielle-Roy Library is by far the most frequented, with approximately 473,000 admissions in 2017, followed by Monique-Corriveau in Sainte-Foy with 442,000, Paul-Aimé-Paiement in Charlesbourg (278,000) and Étienne-Parent in Beauport (220,000). This was followed by Collège-des-Jésuites, Saint-Charles, Félix-Leclerc, Neufchâtel, etc. The least visited is Fernand-Dumont (Beauport), with 11,112 admissions in 20178.
In the end, there were 3,145,985 visits to the Library system in 2017, an increase of approximately 3.5% from the previous year. Fines collected amounted to $288,858 in 2018, compared to $294,166 in 2017 and $291,189 in 2016.8.
Meet our judging panel for 2024 Dublin Literary Award
VideoJune 2 2023
Highlights from the 2023 Dublin Literary Award Ceremony
Katja Oskamp and translator Jo Heinrich win the prize for Marzahn, Mon Amour.
VideoMay 26 2023
2023 Award Winners in Conversation with Rick O’Shea
Author, Katja Oskamp and translator, Jo Heinrich in conversation.
VideoMay 25 2023
Flowers Say it Better, Love – A poem by Sarah Creighton Keogh
Commissioned for the 2023 Dublin Literary Award Ceremony.