Please note that due to landscape work the book chute is presently inaccessible.
If it is difficult for you to come to the library, you could be eligible for our home delivery service. For more information, please contact Cynthia Rombionti at 514-734-2967 or e-mail her.
The Reginald J. P. Dawson Library offers its members free Internet access on eight work stations and wireless Internet to anyone with their own equipment. The wireless signal provided is 802.11 a/b/g and the SSID is WIFI-TMR.
Membership is free for residents of Town of Mount Royal and the City of Montreal’s Glenmount district.
Annual membership fee for non-residents:
You can renew loans by telephone on or before the due date, provided the item is not on hold.
eBooks available 24/7.
In English: e-bibliotheca.lib.overdrive.com.
To reserve or renew a document, drop by the library or call us at 514-734-2967 (adult section) or 514-734-2973 (children’s section) with your library card number ready.
Renewals can be made if items are not overdue, reserved by another member, or have not already been renewed 5 times.
Important: Please do not email employees directly to renew your documents. Do not leave a message on the answering machine either.
If you do not have a password, come to the library with your card or call the library with your card number. An employee will ask for your date of birth to verify your identity.
Please be advised that between 00:30 and 2:00, access to the online catalogue and member services is not available due to daily back-ups and updates to the system.
Instead of getting a phone call for overdue or reserved items, write to us to provide us with your email address and receive notifications electronically.
Service available 24/7. Using your library card number (login) and password, choose between French documents (PRETNUMERIQUE.CA) and English ones (OverDrive) on our e-Bibliotheca page.
If the book you are looking for is not in our collection we invite you to make a suggestion for purchase, or request an inter library loan. If your suggestion falls under the library’s accession criteria the item will be bought for you and the benefit of other members.
Any member can ask for an inter library loan for a book or an article that the library does not possess, however, certain items such as CDs, DVDs, or recently published books are not available via ILL.
Library fines of $10 and more may be paid by card at the point of sale (Interac) terminal. Under $10 they have to be paid cash.
Automatic return! No late fees.
The library accepts donations of books in good condition with relatively up to date information. Depending on the needs of the library, donations are either integrated into the collection or added to the book sale table.
If your eyesight makes it hard for you to read, you’ll appreciate having access to large-text books, talking books and a magnifier that makes it possible to read otherwise illegible fine print on forms and instructions. Learn more!