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120 14th Street West, North Vancouver, BC, V7M 1N9
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All library materials may be borrowed with a library card, except reference materials and home services audiobooks. Registration for a library card is free for City of North Vancouver, BC OneCard users and InterLink communities.
Loan periods are 4 weeks for most regular materials, and 2 weeks for high-demand items such as DVDs and video games. Read about borrowing limits.
Return materials through the automated book drop. Renew materials by logging into our catalogue using your library code and PIN (last 4 digits of your phone number).
NVCL does not charge fines on overdue materials. However, please note that we charge the replacement cost for lost items and long-overdue (6 weeks) items assumed to be lost.
There is no fee to place holds on titles in our catalogue. There is a $1 fee for holds that are not picked up and checked out.
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The North Shore Disability Resource Centre (NSDRC) is an organization connects people with special needs to programs and services that help them to live with dignity, freedom and joy. Explore the NSDRC.
If you are living with a disability in B.C., there are programs and services available you. These programs and services get funding of more than $5 billion each year. They are offered through government, crown agencies and corporations. Explore B.C. services for people with disabilities.
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