Caledon Public Library

New York Times

Getting Started with NYTimes.com

NYTimes.com provides access to the latest news articles from the New York Times newspaper (available in English, Chinese and Spanish). NYTimes Cooking is also included, but the Crossword and TimesMachine are not.

What You Need

  • A computer, phone or tablet with an internet connection (wifi or data)
  • A NYTimes.com account (for remote access)
  • The New York Times app for iOS or Android (if using a phone or tablet)
  • The New York Times Cooking app for iOS (optional)


NYTimes.com is a third-party service that is governed by its own privacy policy and practices, not the library's. We recommend that you consult their Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Using NYTimes.com in the library

On any library computer, go to nytimes.com. You do not need to sign in.

Using NYTimes.com remotely

If you do not have a NYTimes.com account, you will need to create an account in order to gain access.

Create a NYTimes.com account

  1. Go to cpl.social/nytimes and click on the Access Online button. Enter your library card number and PIN.
  2. Select Create Account. Enter a valid email address and create a password.
  3. You will be issued a pass that will allow you 72 hours of complimentary access. You will get a message that indicates when your pass expires and a link to go to NYTimes.com.

Use NYTimes.com on a phone or tablet remotely

  1. In order to read on your phone or tablet, you must create an account, sign into NYTimes.com and secure a pass.
  2. Download and install the NYTimes app for iOS or Android, depending on your device.
  3. Log in using to your NYTimes.com account.
  4. If you would also like access to NYTimes Cooking, download and install the NYTimes Cooking app (for iOS only) then log in with your NYTimes account.
  5. Each pass gives you 72 hours of complimentary access. Once it has expired, you can log in again to get new pass.

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