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CRD Libraries see increase use for second-year in a row

Over 369,000 visits were paid either digitally or in-person to the Cariboo Regional District Libraries in 2019.

Libraries saw an increase of over 34,000 visits from 2018 and the increase comes after they saw a decrease of over 50,000 in 2017.

The number of visits is the most the library has seen since 2016, and also featured a significant increase of 62,000 visits digitally for the library, the most they have seen over the past five years

With the increase digitally, the number of in-person visits was the lowest it has been over the last five years with around 280,000 visiting libraries in the region.

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Libraries in the district continued to increase total materials held, total items borrowed from other libraries increase for the fifth year in a row.

Wanda Davis, the Manager of Library Services, said that overall 2019 was a good year for libraries in the region.

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