The Ottawa Public Library (abbreviated OPL) is a library in Ottawa, Canada. It was founded in 1906. This is the largest bilingual library (English and French) of North America.
Stained glass at Ottawa Public Library features Charles Dickens, Archibald Lampman, Sir Walter Scott, Lord Byron, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, William Shakespeare and Thomas Moore
The OPL bookmobile, when it was headquartered at the Sunnyside Branch. It is now headquartered at the Greenboro District Branch, which opened in 2006.
The original Ottawa Public library building, designed by Edgar Lewis Horwood (1903-5)
The Rideau branch on Rideau Street