Hold on to your library reads. Book drop offs are locked in the Tri-Cities

If you checked out library books before the provincial health emergency was declared, keep them at home.

If you checked out library books before the provincial health emergency was declared, keep them at home.

The three Tri-City libraries are asking readers to hold on to their page-turners and other reading and audio material as book drops are locked during the global pandemic.

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Due dates are extended and late fine fees are waived.

Still, library users can access the libraries' digital content any time of the day or night.

According to the Fraser Valley Regional Library network, which includes Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox Library, borrowing and streaming limits have been doubled to meet demand on its most popular eBook, eAudiobook and streaming services such as OverDrive, RBdigital, Kanopy and Acorn TV.

The services are free with a FVRL card. Go to fvrl.ca to become a library member.

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