Thursday, 25 March 2010

Toronto Library Wants To Stock Games



The Toronto Public Library is trying to gather $300,000 to introduce videogames into their catalogue. The games in question haven't been selected yet, but there would be around 150 to choose from though all this is subject to the arrival of the funding. City Councillor Adam Vaughn said:
“It may be the only time a young person comes in. It can act as a magnet to attract people. Once we get them in there, you can be darn sure that our librarians will be hard at work to introduce them to everything else the library can offer.”
Best of lucks for raising those funds and hopefully more of these initiatives will come.

Go Canada! (-Ed)

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