Sidney North Saanich library hours change his month

Hours of operation at branches of the Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL), including those in Sidney, have changed as of July 1.

  • Jul. 2, 2015 6:00 p.m.

NANAIMO — Hours of operation at branches of the Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL), including those in Sidney, have changed as of July 1.

According to the VIRL, the change “addresses the needs and accessibility of 24 rural branches to improve the delivery of library services. The VIRL has 39 branches in all. The Sidney North Saanich Library will see its hours reduced to 57.5 hours per week from its current 60.5 hours.

For more details and hour changes set to start July 1, visit virl.bc.ca.

— Submitted by VIRL

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