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Fr. H. Drake Library (St. Paul's College): General Information

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Pandemic Response Information

The Father Harold Drake Library is closed until further notice. 
Please see the UM Libraries COVID-19 page:, or contact us directly at the email addresses below. 

Welcome To The Father Harold Drake Library


The Fr. Harold Drake Library at St. Paul's College focuses on supporting the teaching and research needs of staff and students at St. Paul's College including the University One programme, the Jesuit Centre for Catholic Studies and the Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice.

The Library holds over 70,000 volumes including the following special collections:

  • Catholic Studies: Theology and history of the Catholic Church, contemporary Catholic issues.
  • Medieval Studies
  • Philosophy (including Bernard Lonergan)
  • Peace and Conflict Studies
  • History (European, British, Canadian)
  • French literature (20th century) and English literature

The Fr. Harold Drake Library offers a full range of library services including access to the entire University of Manitoba Libraries collections, reference and reserve services, patron print, scanning and photocopying. The Library’s attractive and comfortable study facilities enable meaningful connections for an engaged student community, while library orientations and seminars provide students with a key to academic excellence. The Library’s collections and services are open to all University of Manitoba Libraries patrons.

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Parking is available in Lot Q.


Mailing Address:
70 Dysart Road (Room 119)
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2M6

Circulation desk:
Phone: 204.474.8585
Fax: 204.474.7615




Barbara Unger
Library Assistant
(204) 474-8585


Brenda-Lee Kahler
Library Assistant
(204) 474-8585


Justin Fuhr
Liaison Librarian: Catholic Studies,
Peace & Conflict Studies, Religion
(204) 474-6593

General Inquiries
(204) 474-8585

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