Did you know that you can view your library account and renew your books through our online catalogue? To log in, you need your library card number and PIN, which is assigned to you when you register for a library card. If you've forgotten your PIN, contact your local library.
Library cards are free to Yukon residents. To get a library card, visit your local library and bring proof of residency (for example, a driver's license or equivalent ID). Your library card is valid at all Yukon Public Libraries.
Children and youth under grade nine can get a library card with consent and signature from a parent or guardian. The parent or guardian is responsible for all materials borrowed on all cards they have signed for as well as charges for overdue, lost or damaged items.
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Most items--including books, magazines and audiobooks--can be borrowed for up to 28 days. DVDs can be borrowed for up to 7 days. Typically, you can borrow 28 items at a time.
Visitors may borrow materials from Yukon Public Libraries by registering for a Temporary Library Card with suitable ID (driver’s license or passport). A $10 refundable deposit is required. Temporary cards are valid for up to one year from the date of issue. With your temporary library card, you can borrow four items at a time.
Late charges for all materials are two cents a day per item, to a maximum of $1 per item. If your fines exceed $6, your borrowing privileges will be suspended until payment is made.
If you return items that are damaged or return items more than 8 weeks after the due date, you will be charged current replacement value for the item. Your borrowing privileges will also be suspended until payment is made or the items are returned.