Explore an accessible service at Yukon Public Libraries

Libraries are for everyone. Yukon Public Libraries provide free accessible services to Yukon residents with visual, hearing, mobility, and learning disabilities that prevents them from reading conventional print.

The Library has automatic entrance doors and elevator access to the 2nd floor. Other features include, designated parking, service desk and a gender neutral washroom (2nd floor). 

Contact your local library with any questions. 


  • DAISY players
  • Folding book stands
  • MP3 players
  • Hand-held magnifying glasses
  • Portable hearing loops
  • Seasonal Affect Disorder (SAD) lamps
  • iPads with accessibility apps
  • Noise-canceling headphones
  • C-Pen
  • Desktop video magnifier with text-to-speech technology
  • Assistive computer stations with:
    • Height-adjustable table
    • Large print keyboard
    • Large touchscreen monitor
    • BIGTrack Trackball mouse
    • Portable CD/DVD player
    • Windows 10 with Ease of Access options for improved accessibility
    • Internet
    • Leather-padded office chair with armrest

Most of the equipment was purchased through the Enabling Accessibility Fund grant from the Government of Canada.

Contact CELA and NNELS to request titles that are not available in alternative formats.

  • Search the library catalogue for audiobooks, braille books, DVDs,  DAISY books and large print books.
  • DAISY CDs, braille books and magazines can be ordered through CELA.

Borrowers can request for extended loan period, unless the item is in high demand.  If we do not have an item, contact your local library to borrow it from another library.

CELA can send DAISY CDs, braille books and magazines to your mailbox. You can pick up the items at your local library. You can also have someone pick them up for you, just contact the library ahead of time to let staff know.

To attend library programs, you can book an ASL interpreter by calling or texting 867-332-4275 or by email at interpreter.ASL@yukon.ca. Include details of your interpreting request such as time, date and location and provide at least 2 weeks advance notice.

You can also use video relay service to communicate with the library staff.  Find out more about SRV Canada video relay service

Assistive animals are welcome.

Our staff will support you so you can make use of accessible collections and assistive technologies.

Contact your local library to book a one-on-one session.

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