New Brunswick Public Libraries

The online registration service is only available to residents of the Province of New Brunswick. If you are not a resident, please visit a public library to request a visitor card. Request for replacements of stolen or lost cards as well as requests for educator cards must be done in person at your public library. If you have any questions, or require assistance with this form, please contact us.

You can apply for a library card by filling out the form below, or you can obtain one at your your local library. Enter your information in the appropriate spaces in the form. Please ensure all fields with an asterisk are filled in, or we will not be able to process your request. Please note that this request is intended for users who have not already obtained a library card. If your library card has been lost or stolen, please contact your local library.

When you register online, your library card will be mailed to you. You can use your library card to access some online resources on our website as soon as you receive it. Just enter the barcode printed on the card when you are prompted to do so. When you visit a library for the first time to borrow library material, you will be asked to provide proof of identity (such as New Brunswick driver's license or any other government I.D.). If you have any questions about what is acceptable identification or about obtaining and using a library card, please contact your local library.

For more information about the type of information we collect and why, please click here.

* First Name:
* Last Name:
  Middle Name
  or Initial:
*  Email: 
* Language in which you would like to receive notices: English   French
* I am 13 or older: Yes   No
Name of parent or legal guardian: 
(for applicants younger than 13)
 Suite or apartment
(if applicable)
Number:  Letter:
* Mailing Address: 
* City/Town: 
  Province:   New Brunswick, CANADA
* Postal Code: 
Phone:  (
* Library:
I authorize my public library to send me promotional information by phone or by mail.
Occasionally, public libraries send out information to their patrons to promote new programs and services, special activities and events or information of local interest. Please note that this option will not affect the delivery of overdue notices, replacement bills or collection agency notices. This type of communication is related to your obligations when you borrow materials from the library; therefore, you will receive these notices even if you have indicated that you do not wish to be contacted by the library.
I authorize the foundation to send me information regarding its campaigns and fundraising activities by phone or by mail.
The New Brunswick Public Libraries Foundation is a charitable organization that raises funds in support of New Brunswick's public libraries.