Palliser Regional Library is designed to provide all people with equitable access to informational, cultural, recreational, and educational materials and programs. We strive to provide opportunities to enhance literacy and individual life long learning.
About PALLISER REGIONAL LIBRARY
Formed in 1973, Palliser Regional Library is a co-operative library system located in South-Central Saskatchewan. There are 20 branch libraries all of which provide a full range of services. Branch libraries are located in communities ranging in size from the City of Moose Jaw (33,000 population) to Wood Mountain (village of 31 people). The Region serves approximately 53,500 people located in 78 municipalities over an area of 10,640 square miles.