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Dalhousie Killam Library

On a recent job posting for a Dalhousie University Killam Library circulation clerk, the position called for a shelving heavyweight who could sort and put away about 2,500 books a day. Wow. That sure is a lotta call numbers to remember. Not to mention all the other books, newspapers, microforms, maps, photos, government documents and statistical data the university library also houses. And it’s perfect for students---everything’s in a central place, it’s quiet and as a bonus, you can fall asleep and no one will ever see you drool. Dalhousie Killam Library

1st runner-up Halifax Public Gardens

2nd runner-up Patrick Power Library, Saint Mary’s University, 5932 Inglis Best public space/Best place to read a book

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