OPLG Council

Terms of Reference

All Ontarians, regardless of where in Ontario they live and work, have a right to public library service that meets basic, widely accepted norms of library practice and service. The Ontario Public Library Guidelines offer a method for libraries throughout the province to meet basic service levels and to develop and grow to meet the ever-changing needs of their communities.


Council Members

MemberMembership CategoryOrganization
Elise Cole, ChairOntario Public Library AssociationOakville Public Library
Kelly BernsteinAssociation of Medium Public Libraries of OntarioCounty of Brant Public Library
Caroline Goulding, Vice ChairSmall Library - Northern OntarioDryden Public Library
Cathy FairbairnSmall Library - Southern OntarioLake of Bays Township Public Library
Karen MilliganChief Executives of Large Urban Public LibrariesHamilton Public Library
Beth RumbleAdministrators of Rural and Urban Public Libraries of OntarioHuron County Public Library
Feather MaracleFirst Nations Public LibrarySix Nations Public Library
Catherina MoskauFrancophoneBibliothèque publique de Clarence-Rockland
Adam HaviarasMinistry of Tourism, Culture and Sport
Allison PilonOntario Library Service
Eric GuernseyOntario Library Boards’ AssociationOshawa Public Library Board

Council Meeting Minutes

December 2024June 2024
November 2024May 2024
October 2024April 2024
September 2024March 2024 (no meeting) 
August 2024February 2024
July 2024January 2024
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