The City of Hamilton's cybersecurity-related outage that began Sun Feb 25 continues today, Thu Feb 29. This outage affects Library services and some programs. Self-check kiosks, sorters, WiFi, public computers, printing, scanning, Makerspaces are not working. Extended Access is cancelled. We are working with the City to restore these services and will provide updates as often as possible. Thank you for your patience.
Library Services Available
Staff are available by phone: 289-779-7588, chat, and email. Branches are open. Study Halls are available. Check the event listings for program updates. The Catalogue is available to browse, but you cannot log in or place holds at this time. Thank you for your patience.
Carpenters Union Local 18 marching up James Street on September 2, 1958. They are just passing the Lister Building at the corner of King William Street.
Here is a float celebrating the 60th anniversary of Barbers Local 131 moving up James Street North on September 8, 1959. They have just reached the corner of King and James and you can see the old City Hall in the background.
Some ladies riding on an unidentified float during the Labour Day Parade on September 6, 1960. They have just gone past the intersection of King and James Streets and are continuing up James Street.
Delegation from the Hamilton & District Labour Council marching west at Market Square. Mayor Victor Kennedy Copps is in the white hat marching behind the banner. King William Street and the Lister building are in the background.