North Vancouver City Library - Magazine area

News & Magazines


Whether using a desktop computer, laptop, or tablet, accessing popular magazines and newspapers from around the world is a library card away! 

Click here for physical magazines and newspapers in the library.


PressReader delivers an endless stream of stories from top newspapers and popular magazines from around the world. Newspapers like the Vancouver Sun, the Province, the Globe and Mail and National Post, available online, just as they were published. Magazines like Maclean's, Chatelaine and Vanity Fair are also available just as they appear in print.

Login Requirements: library card & PIN

Usage Limits: Unlimited

 

Choosing to access this product means that information such as your name, address, email address, password, borrowing history, and other personal information may be stored on a server in the US. PLEASE REVIEW the privacy policy available from this product for more detailed information. Do not use this product if you object to the terms of the privacy policy maintained by the product's operators. This product requires that you create an account using an email address and password, in order to log in to the service (rather than your library card number and PIN.
"Zinio for Libraries, the world's largest newsstand, offers full-color, digital magazines for immediate checkout and reading online on desktop and mobile devices — or download through apps. Browse from your library's collection of popular new and backlist titles with no holds, no checkout periods and no limits."-website.

Login Requirements: library card & PIN

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Choosing to access this product means that information such as your name, address, email address, password, borrowing history, and other personal information may be stored on a server in the US. PLEASE REVIEW the privacy policy available from this product for more information. Do not use this product if you object to the terms of the privacy policy maintained by this vendor. This product requires that you create a personal account with an email address and password of your choosing, in order to log into and access the service (rather than your Library Card number and PIN).
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