About our library
Committed to preserving Ukrainian cultural heritage and making its resources available, the Library materials and facilities are open to the public in the Greater Toronto area.
The St. Vladimir Institute Library is both a specialized academic library of Ukrainian materials and an extensive collection of interest to the general public. It serves the needs of Canadian academic, community, school and library institutions and individual researchers, journalists and writers.
Its major strength is its collection of Ukrainian history, language, literature, music, children's books and genealogical materials. Also, emphasis is placed on collecting Ukrainian-related material in English.
A special feature of the St. Vladimir Institute Library's collection is its rare Ukrainian books, newspapers dating back as far as the early 20th century, making it a valuable resource for scholarly research.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Study Space - limited study space is available.
Copiers/Scanners - photocopy/scanning is available at a nominal cost per page for copying Library material for research/educational purposes only.
Library Tours - orientation tours of the Library may be arranged by calling us at 416 923 3318 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Borrowing books - borrowing privileges are extended to individuals providing proper ID for registration purposes. Some audio-visual materials are non-circulating.
Online Catalogue - Almost 80% of the library's collection has been entered into LibraryWorld - an online catalogue. New acquisitions are entered into LibraryWorld immediately, while cataloguing of the rest of the older collection is ongoing. Self help material is available on LibraryWorld. If you require further assistance, please contact us below.