Settlement Workers at Brampton Library
Library Settlement workers can help you find information and speak to you in your language about jobs, resume writing, schools, housing, banking and health care and more.
This is a partnership between Brampton Library, Brampton Multicultural Community Centre and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
Commissioner of Oaths Services
Brampton Library offers Commissioner of Oaths services at different branches every Tuesday on a rotating basis. Verify documents before a Commissioner of Oaths and certify true copies of original documents, attest life certificates, letters and more. This service is presented in partnership with Newcomer Information Services.
Call 416.518.3472 for an appointment. This is not a walk in program an appointment time is needed.
Cultural Access Pass
Have you recently received your Canadian Citizenship? If so, we want to help you explore the best of Canada for free!
Brampton Library in partnership with the Institute for Canadian Citizenship offers Cultural Access Pass (CAP) program to welcome new citizens and encourage them to explore Canada’s cultural attractions.
CAP provides Canada’s newest citizens*, and up to four of their children under 18, with a year of free access to almost 1,400 galleries, museums, historic sites, national and provincial parks across the country. It even offers an exclusive travel discount with VIA Rail Canada.
Register for your pass at this link.
After you have registered for your CAP, book an appointment to pick up your pass by contacting Library Settlement Staff at the following phone numbers:
CAP passes can be picked up only at South Fletcher’s Branch or Chinguacousy Branch with an appointment.
Cultural Access Pass Links:
*CAP is a gift for every new Canadian citizen who is in his/her first year of citizenship. Membership is for one year, beginning the date of your citizenship ceremony.