TORONTO: The Albert Campbell library branch of the Toronto Public Library in Scarborough has reopened after more than two years of renovations that include an Indigenous garden and mural.
It was at the Toronto Public Library Board meeting, the the board approved the closure of the Albert Campbell branch for approximately 24 months for a major renovation. The branch closed at the end of the day on Saturday, September 28, 2019.
The renovation of the branch has
• Revitalized all public service areas, including programming space
• Created zoned areas for adults, teens and children
• Incorporated customer service improvements and efficient staff spaces and
• Increase space for quiet study and collaborative use.