Public Computers and WiFi

Public Computers are currently still unavailable as we wait for installation.
WiFi is still available if you bring your own device.

Here at the library, we understand that information comes from more places than just books, especially in our technologically-driven world today! We want you to be able to connect to information in a digital, current, and global setting. For this reason, we have computers and wireless Internet set up for public use.


John M. Cuelenaere Branch:

  • 10 computer stations with Internet access
  • Free public wifi
  • 3 computers with access to the online catalogue only
  • 1 computer with Open Office (word processing software)
  • 1 computer with microfilm reading capabilities

Bernice Sayese Centre Branch:

  • 5 computer stations with Internet access
  • Free public wifi

To access the Internet on our computer stations, your library account needs to be in good standing, meaning you have no fines exceeding $10.00. You’ll be prompted to put in your barcode number and PIN information. Any Saskatchewan library card will work. If you do not have a library card, or have forgotten your PIN please visit the Circulation Desk to set up a new one. There is a 90-minute time limit per card per day.

Please note: the library catalogue computers, the word processing computer, and the microfilm reader computer DO NOT connect to the internet.

If you are from out of province and need to use the internet please visit the Circulation Desk for a guest pass. You must present your out of province ID to be granted a guest pass.

To access our wireless Internet, just select the JMCPL Free Public Wifi network.  A message will appear asking if you accept our terms and conditions. Once you’ve read them, click on the “I Accept” button and you’ll be automatically connected.

Please note that when using the computers and/or the Internet at the library, you must adhere to our Information Technology policies.