THOMPSON-NICOLA REGIONAL LIBRARIES NOW OFFERING 24/7 WiFi BEYOND THE LIBRARY WALLS
Kamloops, BC - April 17, 2020 - Connecting patrons and our communities is what the library does best! The Thompson-Nicola Regional Library plays an important role of ensuring that everyone in the region has access to the Internet, so we now offer 24/7 WiFi outside any one of TNRL's 13 branches, from our biggest locations - Kamloops and Merritt, to our smallest communities - Blue River and Lytton.
"Many of our patrons rely on the library for their connectivity. We want to support all residents in the TNRD with combatting social isolation and ensure that they have ready access to information and the means to communicate with others. While our library buildings are closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the public can stay connected just outside our doors!" says Judy Moore, Chief Librarian.
The signal strength may differ for each site, but is generally available from the parking lot area and/or near the building. Kamloops, North Kamloops and Merritt Libraries connect through the Telus network and all other community libraries connect through TNRL's WiFi.
For updates about this service, and many others, visit tnrl.ca.
Judy Moore, Chief Librarian
Thompson-Nicola Regional District
Click here to view this press release on our website.