Search through the library catalogue to find the materials you need. Talking books, CDs, DVDs, fiction, non-fiction, magazines, large print and more.
E-Books & Audiobooks
E-Books are a tremendous resource for research material as well as recreational reading. Our collection contains nearly 6,500 titles that are accessible from your home computer. Our E-Resources collection contains E-Books, Audiobooks, downloadable E-Audio and portable E-Reader books.
PULSE (PUblic Libraries Sharing E-media) - Library card required*
eBooks on EBSCOhost (formerly NetLibrary) - Library card required, user must setup their own account* - User Guide, Searching Tutorial or Downloading Tutorial
Audiobooks on EBSCOhost (formerly NetLibrary) - Library card required, user must setup their own account* - User Guide or Tutorial
If you would like more information about accessing our E-Book and Audiobook collection, we invite you to stop by the Second Floor Information Desk and talk to one of our Information Services staff.
Many of our E-Resources are available to search from home just by typing in your library card number.
The Obituary listing was created from obituaries found in the Midland Free Press dating back to the early 1900's. Please note that you may not find your ancestor listed if there was no obituary placed in the newspaper or if there were missing issues. Click the link below to search our database.
We also subscribe to Ancestry Library (however, it is only accessible from the Library's public computers).
CDs & DVDs
Information about our CD and DVD collections can be found by clicking on the link below.
- Building cleaner (washroom cleaner) (Midland - Ontario)
- Insurance sales representative (REF # CPJB NTH 04/01/13) (Midland - Ontario)
- Acetylene torch operator - metal fabrication (Able to cut steel) (Midland - Ontario)
- Marine repair technician (Fibreglass / Gelcoat Repair) (Midland - Ontario)
- Attendant, laundry (Laundry Aide) (Midland - Ontario)
New Featured Material
- Much anticipated tourist attraction opens to public; 'What the volunteers have done with the ship is outstanding.'
- Businesses thrilled Chi-Cheemaun to return Friday
- Tough Mudder challenge in Oro-Medonte
- Simcoe County students taking part in model UN
- Judge to decide how long it will take for former Orillia resident to be eligible for parole