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CONTRIBUTION · 13th December 2011
Terrace Public Library
With the winter season comes an unwelcome occurrence to readers of The Vancouver Sun and The Province-- fog. Locals know that too much fog could mean no paper as the plane that delivers the it can’t land.

This year, however, you can still enjoy either paper through a new service called Press Display.

Press Display provides access to today’s newspapers from around the world in digital format. All you need is an Internet connection and a library card to login. The Province and The Vancouver Sun are available as well as The Globe and Mail and National Post.

Press Display’s selection of international newspapers is great for newcomers wanting to stay in touch with events in their home country and the newspapers are available in multiple languages.

To give Press Display a try, visit www.terracelibrary.ca/list/elibrary.
slight clarification
Comment by Steve on 14th December 2011
Its far more often that the airline "bumps" the papers, especially at this time of year. YXT maintains a 99.6% landing rate and missed flights are relatively uncommon these days, even with the crappy weather. Its unusual for more than 2 or 3 flights a month not to land.
Just clarifying what could be a misleading headline
No Problem..
Comment by Pat#1 on 14th December 2011
I have all the news I need right here on the TD, courtesy of Merv & Cynthia. I will however continue to support my local.