About the Archambault Collection

  • Archambault carries a wide variety of genre fiction collections in romance, detective horror and science fiction and fantasy. Popular non-fiction categories include cooking, travel, biography, health & wellbeing, and hobbies.
  • Children and Young Adult collections are available from La courte échelle, Editions de la Paix, Editions du Boréal, as well as the entire backlist of Dominique et compagnie.
  • Well-known Québecois authors are represented  (e.g. Sylvie Gendron, Claude Jutras, Félix Leclerc).  There are some translations from the English of some current thrillers, mysteries, and science fiction titles (e.g. Allegiant by Veronica Roth).  If you would like to view the catalogue of items available, please contact us to arrange for access.
  • There is almost no overlap with titles available on OverDrive, as OverDrive only carries Les Editions québec-amérique, and Prise De Paroles.
  • There is one license per title to a maximum of 55 loans per title; maximum loan period is 21 days.
  • Please complete our online enrollment form  if you would like to join the Archambault shared collection.
  • New marketing materials are available: Bookmark Version1  Bookmark Version2 
  • For more information, please contact:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., E-resources Consultant

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