Since you already are at the Toronto Public Library's home page, why not take a tour? There is so much more there than meets the eye. Here is a video to help you get started:
The library web site is organized in sections. At the top you will see access to your account, and, importantly a SEARCH box, which you should use to find library materials and other information. Unlike Google and other search engines, this search box will pull up content from the library web site ONLY.
Immediately below, on the banner, are ways of specifying the kind of search you need to make: "Books, Video, Research & More," "Programs, Classes & Exhibits," and more.
Just under the banner is a suite of portals. Use these to "Find your way to Downloads & eBooks," or "Find your way to History & Genealogy." There are several more.
The centre of the page is dominated by featured content and services, such as "Blogs by Librarians," "What's New," and so forth.
If you keep scrolling you'll come to a blue section detailing services of the library, including access to the library's social networks, policies, and much more.