Important News

New Resources


Click HERE for direct link to TumbleBookLibrary


Click HERE to sign in to Rosetta Stone to begin learning a new language.

Link to Grey House Publishing Canada Click HERE to access Canada’s Information Resource Centre

Login information;

Client ID: port1035

User Name: pcpl

Password: welcome


Link to TeenBookCloud

Link to AudioBookCloud Link to Romance BookCloud
Link to TumbleBookMath

Did you just move to Port Colborne? Haven’t had a chance to visit the Library yet and get a Library card? Need to get the children a card so they can access their own ebooks and audiobooks? Fill out our online registration form and have instant access to Overdrive or Libby by Overdrive, ebooks and audiobooks. We are monitoring the new cards created, so if you are having difficulties with any part of the process, please reach out to the Library, at 905-834-6512 or email






Niagara Region Public Health is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and working 24/7 with local, provincial and federal partners. The health and well-being of Niagara residents is their top priority. The health and well-being of City staff and Port Colborne residents is our top priority.PortColbornePublicLibrarycloseduntilApril5




 In an effort to practice social distancing and minimize the spread of COVID-19, and in keeping the health and safety of City staff and residents a top-priority, the City has closed all City facilities.

To access the City of Port Colborne’s information page about COVID-19, please click HERE.

To reach us at the Library, call 905-834-6512 or email

To use our online resources, you need your Library card number and your PIN. If your card has expired, please contact the Library, Monday to Friday, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm to speak to a staff member or  email, and we will make sure your card is up to date.

ebooks and audiobooks can be accessed through Overdrive or the Libby app.

Overdrive Media Download audiobooks and ebooks




You can also take an online course through Universal Class,

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“It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold, when it is summer in the light and winter in the shade.”

– Charles Dickens