Toronto Public Library Yorkville Branch

The Yorkville Branch opened in 1907 as the philanthropic venture of Andrew Carnegie and is one of the hundreds of “Carnegie” libraries built across North America in the early part of the century. The Yorkville branch is the oldest library in Toronto and an official heritage site.

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Address22 Yorkville Ave. Toronto
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  • Thursday09:00 - 20:30
  • Friday09:00 - 17:00
  • Saturday09:00 - 17:00

Recent Blog Posts

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CANFAR Presents: Bloor Street Entertains

The Bloor-Yorkville BIA is proud to return as the Official Community Partner for CANFAR‘s (Canadian Foundation for Aids Research) Bloor Street Entertains (BSE). This annual charity event brings together our esteemed retailers

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Live Music in Bloor-Yorkville!

The origins of Bloor-Yorkville are firmly rooted in live music. In the 1960s, Bloor-Yorkville was a cultural epicenter for some of Canada’s greatest musical talents,

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