Senator Ambroise H. Comeau Memorial Library

Ingles, Ernie; Mandeville, Angie; Sivak, Alison
August 2006
Feliciter;2006, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p180
The article features the Senator Ambroise H. Comeau Memorial Library located in Meteghan, Nova Scotia. Trudy Amirault, regional director of the Western Counties Regional Library, along with her team, addressed the challenges that the new library faces including the bilingual nature of the membership base. The library was named in honor of the region's first Acadian Senator Ambroise Hilaire Comeau and aims to integrate the library services into the framework of the community.


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