Service for Indigenous Communities

Did You Know?! 

Marigold Library System provides public library service online or at any Marigold member library to peoples from Siksika Nation and Stoney Nakoda Nations (Chiniki First Nation, Wesley First Nation, Bearspaw First Nation). With a library card, a world of entertainment, information, and recreation is at your fingertips. Stream TV shows, music and movies, download eBooks/eAudiobooks, or order a video game or DVD for pickup at a local member library.

To get a library card, you can: 

  • Click here to sign up for free on the Marigold Library System website. 
  • Sign up by phone by calling Marigold HQ at 1-855-934-5334.
  • Visit your nearest public library. Click here to view a list of Marigold member libraries. Please note that some libraries may charge a membership fee. Residents near Mînî Thnî can get a library card by visiting the Book Deposit in the Goodstoney Elders Lodge between 9:00am and 4:00pm.


Check out our eResources for streaming or downloading here.

Find books, movies, video games and more here.

Download eBooks, eMagazines, and more on Libby.

Land Acknowledgement

Marigold Library System operates on land that is steeped in rich Indigenous history. As library staff and Board members in Marigold, we can take opportunities to listen, learn and become better allies to Indigenous communities. We can strive to gain a better understanding of Indigenous communities and their unique cultures, challenges and achievements, in the hopes of moving forward in solidarity and in the spirit of reconciliation.