Augusta Township is situated on lands deeply connected to the Haudenosaunee, Anishnabek and Huron-Wendat. We acknowledge the location of archaeological sites identifying both an Iroquoian agricultural community and an Iroquoian Village in the Township. With gratitude and respect, we are committed to learning about the history of, and current aspirations of Indigenous Peoples, such as uncovering the truth about residential schools and cultural revitalization. We recognize and respect the contributions they have made and continue to make on these lands.

The Library Board gratefully acknowledges the ongoing support provided by the Augusta Township Council, which constitutes approximately 80% of the operating funding for the Library each year.

The ongoing support of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport is also gratefully acknowledged, with special thanks to the Southern Ontario Library Service.

The Library has received three substantial grants from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, which helped fund important improvements in the Library building and property.

Funding for the Library’s public-access computing facility was provided for many years by the Community Access Program of Industry Canada.

Funding for the Web Catalog facility was originally provided through grants from Proctor & Gamble Canada and the Brockville Community Foundation.