In a bid to make must-see entertainment content available for all, public libraries are finding more ways to provide access to streaming services.
The West Vancouver Memorial Library, for example, is one of the few libraries in B.C. that offer patrons access to Netflix.
Sarah Felkar, head of technology at the library, said the goal of the program is to ensure everyone has access to the latest forms of entertainment and cultural content.
The internet can be a powerful tool for good, but only if everyone can get online
Demand for streaming services is on the rise. In Canada,
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