Canadian Mennonite University
CMU's collection is comprised of the combined holdings of the Concord College Library and the Canadian Mennonite Bible College Library, and totals over 100,000 items, with an emphasis on Christian Studies and Music. Reciprocal borrowing privileges exist with the University of Winnipeg and other institutions. The CMU Library is located in the basement of the Mennonite Heritage Centre on CMU's South Campus, 500 Shaftesbury Blvd., Winnipeg.
Institute of Urban Studies Library
The IUS Library serves as a research and community resource, and supports academic departments at the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba, including Geography, Environmental Studies, Political Science, City Planning, and Sociology. The collection is composed of approximately 6,400 items, incuding monographs, planning documents, government documents, periodicals, newsletters, photographs, reference works, reports, academic papers, statistics, and pamphlet files. The IUS Library, located at 520 Portage Avenue (directly across from the University of Winnipeg), is normally open Monday to Friday, 8:30 - 4:30.
University of Winnipeg Geography Department Map Library
The Map Library, which is open to the general public, serves as a depository for the National Topographic System (NTS) maps at scales of 1:50,000 and 1:250,000. Its collections also include aerial photos, atlases, travel information, books, gazetteers, and other related cartographic materials. The Map Library is located on the fourth floor mezzanine, Centennial Hall (4CM40).
Manitoba Education Instructional Resources Library
Formerly the Manitoba Education and Training Library, the Instructional Resources Unit (IRU), located on the Main Floor, 1181 Portage Avenue, provides research materials in education and curriculum development support for department staff and for teachers-in-training.
University of Manitoba Library
The University of Manitoba Libraries include eleven libraries on the Fort Garry Campus and one on the Bannatyne Campus. Together they hold over 2,000,000 volumes and a variety of materials in microform and multimedia formats, subscribe to 9,000 serials, and provide access to both local and remote databases. Reciprocal borrowing privileges exist with the University of Winnipeg.