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Mississauga Central Library, Mississauga
(4.3/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
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  • When asked for help was given contact info for canadian national library . Very limited help here. They do have access to library version of ancestry.ca. Good for net rinternet searches. 
  • I love coming to this library. Me and my children can find most of any books, audiobooks here. I sometimes come here to work and access the business resource area on the fourth floor. 
  • The staff are very kind and helpful. The Library itself is a beautiful place with many resources to help you find your reading material 
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  • Staff are very nice and helpful. Even the volunteer staff are helpful too. Parking is no longer free now. So study here can be costly.
  • 1. The Librarians here are some of the most educated and skilled librarians I’ve ever interacted with. THEY DESERVE A LIVABLE SALARY! 2. The academic collection is strong 3. They have plenty of quiet study space, with specific general quiet study group rooms and a whole quiet study floor 4. They have plenty of independent study rooms 5. The WIFI signal has always been strong when I’ve used it 6. The Library overall has plenty of space for academic or social use 7. There library system has a strong academic collection 8. The Library system has a strong Literary collection
  • Free underground parking on Saturday and Sunday. Clean and modern with a lot of seating to read or study. A small kiosk selling snack food in the foyer. The best library in Mississauga due to it's size. Free wi-fi.
  • Great for studying, free-wifi, large tables and even conference rooms you can book with a library card. Lot's of highschool kids though but they have a quiet floor
  • While overall this library is consistent in maintaining its quiet study policy, it has missed the mark a few times. A library is supposed to be for QUIET STUDY or even quiet group study, NOT for group expos and events. How can anyone study with large groups of people chatting loudly on the 2nd floor due to an exposition being held? This is totally unacceptable - especially for a LIBRARY! Hold such loud, noisy events inside the adjacent building - perhaps the Living Arts Centre? Also, while most staff have been courteous and helpful, I have witnessed some members slamming doors behind them as they go in and out of their staff space. What happened to keeping "quiet" on the 3rd and 4th levels? :S