Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement
Effective May 1, 2002, Canadian university libraries have agreed to extend in-person borrowing privileges to students, faculty and staff from across the country. All that is required for borrowing is a valid university identification card or a valid participating regional consortia card.
OCUL Reciprocal Borrowing Agreement contacts
Resource Sharing Agreement
Effective January 2, 2008. In the interest of developing Canadian resource sharing and promoting common standards, COPPUL, OCUL, CAUL-CBUA and CREPUQ agree to extend reciprocal interlibrary loan/document delivery privileges according to the terms outlined in this agreement.