Six more Toronto Public Library branches will be open Sundays year-round thanks to a City of Toronto strategy.
Mayor John Tory says the move means investing in people by bringing library access to neighbourhoods which need it most.
The move is part of the city’s Poverty Reduction Strategy as a way to give people access to safe space, technology, information and resources year-round.
“This program, along with several other measures in the Poverty Reduction Strategy, will make a difference in people’s lives, provide opportunity, and make our city a fairer and more inclusive place to live,” Tory said.
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