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As of Monday, June 8, Millennium Library, Henderson Library, and Pembina Trail Library will reopen for holds pick-up service only. All holds that were ready for pickup prior to the closure are currently being moved. You will be advised when they are ready for pickup. For more information about library services, including a comprehensive FAQ, please visit our Library Services during COVID-19 Info Guide.

Access our online resources with your library card. If you don't have a card, sign up online for a temporary card during our closure.

Winnipeg Public Library
St. Boniface Library St. Boniface Library St. Boniface Library St. Boniface Library St. Boniface Library

St. Boniface
Library

100-131 Provencher Blvd.

Today's hours:


Branch Information

  • Hours of Operation

  • Contact

    Information Services:
    204-986-4331
    Branch Head:
    Danielle Robidoux
    204-986-4272
  • Mailing Address

    100-131 Provencher Blvd.
    Winnipeg, MB
    R2H 0G2
  • Meeting Spaces

    (Call or visit us to book) Program Rooms: 2
    Capacity: 10, 60
    Tutorial Rooms: None
    Capacity: N/A
    More about meeting spaces
  • Wheelchair Access

    All areas are wheelchair accessible
  • Book Return

    To the left of the door (west side of the building)
  • Closest Bus Stops:

    # 50176 Westbound Provencher at Tache
    # 50177 Eastbound Provencher at Tache
  • Parking

    Parking lot on the west side of Tache; limited street parking.
  • Free Wifi

    Available whenever the library is open

About the Library

Collections and Programs

St. Boniface Library has collections in both French and English. Extensive French resources include books and magazines for all ages, as well as a genealogy research collection. Items for loan include Adult and Children's fiction and non-fiction, graphic novels, magazines, music, audiobooks, video games (Xbox, PS4, Nintendo Wii & Switch) and movies (DVDs and Blu-ray). As a branch of Winnipeg Public Library, members can also access an extensive eLibrary for downloadable eBooks, eMagazines, information resources and online journals, and streaming movies and music.

The Library offers programs and workshops for all ages, in both English and French. Browse our Upcoming Events to find what's on, or pick up a copy of At The Library. Some programs require registration. All library programs are free.

Facility and Services

St. Boniface Library is located at the corner of Provencher Blvd. and Tache. The library is on two floors, with an elevator located in the building. The program room and a smaller conference room, are available to rent. More information about meeting rooms for rent.

The Library has bookable computers with MS Office and Internet access, and free WiFi. There are tables for studying and small group work. Photocopying and printing is available for a fee. Scanning to email is free.

Tours for groups of any age and class visits are available, including tours in French. To book your tour or class visit contact the library.

For your convenience, there is an after-hours book return on the left side (west) the building.

Battery Recycling is available in all branches of Winnipeg Public Library. Look for the Call2Recycle box and dispose your batteries using the bags provided.

History

St. Boniface Library was established in 1953 when St. Boniface was still a separate municipality. In 1972, the Library became a branch of the Winnipeg Public Library system when the twelve municipalities that now form the City of Winnipeg merged. In June 1987, new facilities were opened at the corner of Provencher Boulevard and Tache Avenue. The 15,385 sq.ft. library was extensively renovated in 2013.

Upcoming Events at St. Boniface Library


Last update: November 20, 2019

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