Peace Library System (PLS)
In 1986, 21 municipalities formed a partnership that created the Peace Library System. They believed access to library services should be equal and universal; they wanted to ensure that the patrons in small, rural libraries enjoyed the same high-quality library service in larger, urban centres.
Working cooperatively with municipalities and public libraries, the Peace Library System stays on top of the trends and changes in the library world. They do this to assist libraries in offering the best possible services to their patrons and provide a means for independent libraries to work together to maximize value and minimize costs.
The High Level Municipal Library is a member of the Peace Library System and benefits from its shared resources.
The Regional Automation Consortium (TRAC)
TRAC is a partnership of the Marigold Library System, Northern Lights Library System, Peace Library System, Yellowhead Regional Library, and its member libraries. Using TRACpac you can search and request items from a combined catalogue of over 170 libraries with holdings of nearly three million books, DVDs and other material.
The Alberta Library (TAL)
Created in 1997, TAL has grown into an award-winning consortium of over 48 member libraries in over 300 locations across the province that work together to promote barrier-free access to information, ideas, and culture. TAL's members include public libraries, regional library systems, university libraries, college and technical institute libraries, and special libraries. TAL supports and enables members' access to the technologies, licensing solutions, and related services necessary to better serve their users.
The Mackenzie County Library Board (MCLB)
Working cooperatively with the MCLB, the Town of High Level Library Board offers residents of Mackenzie County access to the items in our collection and our programming. This partnership allows for both parties to share ideas and resources to help enrich the lives of the residents in the upper Hay.