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Circulation Fines & Loan Period Table

Internet Access Policy

The Public Library 'Safe Use and Conduct Bylaw'


Access Copyright:

This library has signed a licence with Access Copyright, which gives permission to photocopy from a vast repertoire of commercially published books, magazines and newspapers.
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How do I get a Library card and PIN (Personal Identification Number)?

Your Library card is your passport to a wide range of Regina Public Library programs and services!

To sign up for a card, visit any RPL location or any other Saskatchewan Public Library and ask a staff member at the Circulation Desk to assist you.

Adults & Young Adults (ages 14+) must show two pieces of identification, one establishing their current Regina address and a second piece that verifies identity.

Children (under 14 years of age) must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who must show two pieces of identification, one establishing his or her current Regina address and a second piece that verifies identity.  These documents will be used to register the child. The parent or legal guardian will need to sign the child's Library card. The signer assumes responsibility for any Library charges incurred by the child.

Borrowers are responsible for all materials borrowed on their card and any charges, including fines and replacement costs, resulting from the late return, damage or loss of materials. Any fees owing must be paid prior to annual Library card renewal.

Note: We have community library cards for patrons who have no proof of address or no way of proving their address. They are welcome to borrow up to 4 items from any Regina Public Library location.

PIN (Personal Identification Number)

Library staff will also register a four-digit PIN (Personal Identification Number) on your Library account. A PIN is required to access your RPL account from any computer with internet access. By having a PIN, you can find out what materials you have checked out, what may be overdue and what materials you’ve requested by placing a hold. You are also able to renew items you currently have checked out!

Forgot your PIN?
Visit any RPL location or any other Saskatchewan Public Library and speak to a staff member at the Circulation/Check-Out Desk. You’ll need to show them your Library card along with one other piece of ID so you can get your PIN reset.

Please remember: Your Library card is like a credit card and your contact information needs to be kept up-to-date. Let us know if your address or phone number changes by contacting any RPL location, calling 306-777-6022, or go to .



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