2021-22 Year in Review, and Halifax Regional Library Board Award Recipients

Community and staff honoured at Halifax Public Libraries' Annual General Meeting

On Tuesday, August 30, 2022, Halifax Public Libraries Board Members, staff members, and community members gathered to look back on the 2021-22 year (April 1, 2021 through March 31, 2022).

As noted by Halifax Regional Library Board Chair, Kim Brooks," We hope you will enjoy reading our Annual Report. It’s a wonderful way to learn more about our amazing projects and initiatives, and see some pictures of some of the lovely faces of the Library. Today, were also honoured to give out this year’s Board Awards. We are so fortunate to have such dedicated and impactful staff, volunteers and community partners. Thank you, and congratulations again to all of the winners."

Annual Report 2021-22

This year's Annual Report focuses on Our Library. Your Library. My Library.; ranging from behind-the-scenes project work, to the intersection of public health and libraries, to the many ways you make the Library your own.

Explore the stories and videos offering a glimpse at 2021, 2022 in our Annual Report.

Halifax Regional Library Board Impact Awards 2021-22

Our Board is pleased to honour some of the many outstanding staff members, volunteers, and community partners who have shaped our story over the past year with our annual Impact Awards. 

Miss Amyoony Award of Staff Innovation and Impact

The Miss Amyoony Award of Staff Innovation and Impact Award recognizes a Halifax Public Libraries staff member or group who has displayed an outstanding commitment to innovation, resulting in a positive impact and service improvement for our community.

Awarded to:

2SLGBTQIA+ Staff Team


Tracey Stone, Administration
Tracey is featured in the Annual Report story, The Library's Role in Health

Volunteer Impact Award

The Volunteer Impact Award is given in recognition of outstanding innovation shown by a Halifax Public Libraries volunteer, resulting in positive impact and service improvement for our community.
Awarded to:
Chiao-Mei Chou, English Language Learning Volunteer

Community Impact Award

The Community Impact Award is presented in recognition of an individual or group that has had a significant impact on the Library and our community through collaboration.

Awarded to:

Sackville Business Association