Libraries across Ontario are calling for a change in unfair pricing for e-books, and Haliburton County is jumping on board.

CEO of the Haliburton County Public Library, Bessie Sullivan says it’s threatening their access to resources. A book that would cost someone $10 online, she says will cost the library about $115 and they only get 25 uses out of it.

County council is sending a letter to the Minister, calling for a solution.

Sullivan says another announcement is threatening their resources. The province just cut their access to databases which Sullivan says means the library board will have to make a tough choice in order to replace it.