MacRae Library

The MacRae Library, along with other Dalhousie Libraries spaces, is open to everyone.

Students no longer need to book time to use library spaces! (Unless requesting a study room.)

You must wear a non-medical face mask. 

Fall term hours (starting September 7)
Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m.–11 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday: 12–5 p.m.
Sunday: 12–11 p.m.

HOLIDAY HOURS:
Thursday, September 30 (National Day for Truth & Reconciliation): CLOSED
Monday, October 11 (Thanksgiving Day): 12–5 p.m.
Thursday, November 11 (Remembrance Day): 12–5 p.m.

For other types of library services and assistance, please contact macrae.library@dal.ca or consult the list of services below:

Services (in response to COVID-19)

Other Library Services 

Location & contact information

Address

MacRae Library
Dalhousie University
135 College Road
P.O. Box 550
Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada
B2N 5E3

Maps to library

Tours

Library tours are available for faculty, staff and students. We regularly give library tours to the incoming international and graduate students students. We also give tours to visiting scholars, new faculty and staff. Real, “virtual” and self-directed tours are also given to all first year students annually as part of their library orientation. To request a tour, email us at macrae.library@dal.ca

Contacts

Head Librarian: Elaine MacInnis, Associate University Librarian, Access Services

Library staff contacts

Phone numbers

• Circulation Desk: 902-893-6669
• Document Delivery: 902-893-4578
• Fax: 902-895-0934

Contact the MacRae Library

Key Resources

Agricultural Resources
Our most frequently used research databases and electronic resources.

Subject Guides for all disciplines
Online packages of resources created by subject specialist librarians.

Wild Blueberry Network Information Center

The Wild Blueberry Network Information Center is listed on the US AgNIC site as the repository of record for information on wild blueberries. It is a source of wild blueberry production and marketing information for producers, agricultural professionals, researchers and students.