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Bronfman Business Library


Discover the resources and services the Peter F. Bronfman Library offers to support business research and teaching at York University.

About Bronfman Library

Peter F. Bronfman Library at York University that supports business research and teaching. We are closely linked to the development first of the Faculty of Administrative Studies and then the Schulich School of Business.

Learn about our collection, watch a video highlighting the beauty of our space and discover our history.

BBL Hours


Bronfman Library

Oct 25
Monday
2pm - 7:30pm
Oct 26
Tuesday
9am - 4pm
Oct 27
Wednesday
9am - 4pm
Oct 28
Thursday
2pm - 7:30pm
Oct 29
Friday
9am - 12pm
Oct 30
Saturday
Closed
Oct 31
Sunday
1pm - 8pm

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LOCATION


Room S237 - Schulich School of Business - 99 Ian Macdonald Blvd., Toronto ON
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Quick Links


Ask & Services

We’re online to help you with all your research needs and questions. Just ask!


E-Resources & Databases

Access our extensive collections of databases and e-resources.

Business Research Guides

Librarian curated subject specific research guides.

BRYT

Demo videos & PDF guides on conducting business research.

Research & Learn

Connect with our library resources and services to get the help you need.


Workshops & Teaching Support

Online tutorials, course research guides & workshops.

Support for Researchers

Consultations to support advanced research needs and more….

Print & Video Collection

Learn about our book, journal, newspaper and videos collections.