Millennium Library reopens after mechanical issue forced it to close

The Millennium Library has reopened following a mechanical problem on Wednesday morning.
The Millennium Library, at the corner of Donald Street and Graham Avenue, is closed until further notice due to a mechanical issue. (Google Street View)

The Millennium Library has reopened following a mechanical problem on Wednesday morning.

The downtown Winnipeg library, at the corner of Donald Street and Graham Avenue, was closed to the public around 10 a.m. after a issue with its chiller system, city officials said.

"The issue has since been resolved. All areas are now open, and regular programming will proceed as planned," said a city news release just before noon.

To find locations and hours of all library branches in Winnipeg check the city's website: Winnipeg Public Library – locations and hours.

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