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List of Libraries & Contact Information

Last Updated 2020/04/09

Hazelton 4255 Government St. Box 323 Hazelton, B.C. VOJ 1Y0 Tel. (250) 842-5961 Email: hazlib@bulkley.net hazelton.bc.libraries.coop Houston 3150 14th Street, PO Box 840 Houston BC, V0J 1Z0 Tel. (250) 845-2256 Email: admin@houstonlibrary.ca houston.bc.libraries.coop Kitimat 940 Wakashan Avenue Kitimat, B.C. V8C 2G3 Tel. (250) 632-8985 Email: ask@kitimatpubliclibrary.ca kitimatlibrary.ca Prince Rupert 101 – 6th Avenue West Prince Rupert,


About the Federation

Last Updated 2020/03/30

The Northwest Library Federation (NWLF) is a group of member libraries working together to create equitable and easy access to public library services within the region.  Members include the public libraries in the communities of Hazelton, Houston, Kitimat, Prince Rupert, Smithers, Stewart and Terrace. Customers in NWLF member communities can use their home library card at


Federation Documents

Last Updated 2021/05/04

Federation Documents Northwest Library Federation Agreement NWLF Policy Manual Strategic Plan 2020-2022 (Updated Nov 2020) Annual Reports 2020 NWLF Provincial Grant Report 2019 NWLF Provincial Grant Report 2018 NWLF Provincial Grant Report 2017 NWLF Provincial Grant Report 2016 NWLF Provincial Grant Report 2015 NCLF Provincial Grant Report NWLF Board Meeting Minutes 2020 Board Meeting: November


NWLF Board of Directors & Staff

Last Updated 2021/08/19

Northwest Library Federation Board Members Braunwyn Henwood – Hazelton & District Public Library (Chair) Cary Dalton – Prince Rupert Public Library (Vice-Chair) Patti Chapman – Terrace Public Library (Treasurer) Robin Vander Heide – Houston Public Library Joanna Sluyter – Kitimat Public Library Christine Tessier – Smithers Public Library Patricia Lynn – Stewart Public Library Library


About Us

Last Updated 2020/04/04

The Northwest Library Federation (NWLF) is a partnership between the public libraries of Hazelton, Houston, Kitimat, Prince Rupert, Smithers, Stewart and Terrace. Libraries in the Federation are independent of the other and work together to better achieve regional goals. MISSION To facilitate the cooperation needed to deliver optimal library service equitably throughout the region. VISION