If there is one certainty, it is that Torontonians adore their libraries and will do whatever is necessary to protect them from attack. Throughout history, libraries have served as hallmarks of civilized societies. This has not changed. Libraries have changed, however, and developed, becoming electronic and portable, but this has only made them more important and relevant. Libraries are a democratic institution and as such are part of being a Torontonian and a Canadian. Libraries are one of our defining characteristics and belong to all citizens. Is this why a library has become a symbol of the 'Occupy' movement, perhaps?
So too a career or a job is the right of every Torontonian. Check your library for some ideas.