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Project Description


Instantly read current issues of popular magazines on your computer or through the RBdigital app on your mobile device. Choose from more than 100 magazines covering a range of topics — news, business, science, fashion and more.

You can sign up to receive email notifications when a new issue of your favourite magazines becomes available, and you can flip through select back issues, too. There are no borrowing limits — read all you can. Plus, you get to keep the copy for as long as you like.

Selection includes HELLO!, The New Yorker, National Geographic, Zoomer, Rolling Stone and Martha Stewart Living.

To start reading, create an RBdigital account using your GVPL library card number and password and your email address, or log in using your IndieFlix account. An email address is required to create an account.


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This Digital Collection is a third-party service hosted in the U.S. or in another location outside Canada. Creation of a user account may store limited Personal Information (email address, password, library barcode and password, and the date of your last login) on a server stored outside Canada. Upon account creation, you are consenting and become subject to the privacy policy of the service provider. GVPL encourages patrons to review all third-party privacy policies and statements to protect their personal information.

Where other (third-party) organizations require personal information in order to provide services on behalf of the Library, the Library makes reasonable efforts to obtain commitments from such organizations that they treat the personal information in compliance with FIPPA and this policy. However, once information is in the hands of other organizations, it is beyond the Library’s control, and the Library cannot be accountable for the use, or further disclosure, of that information.

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