It's that time of the year again where students are date nights with the library. Yes, it is exam time, and everyone is looking to find that perfect spot where they can get their heads into their books and start to study/cram for the impending barrage of exams that are about to come their way. Queen's University Featured Study Spot: Harry Potter Room The majority of Queen's students flock early in the morning, Starbucks lattes in hand, to secure a spot at the popular Stauffer Library. 'Stauff' is more of a social scene than a study space -- so if you want to get actual work done, try the 1923 Reading Room on the fourth floor. Dubbed the 'Harry Potter Room' by many students, you might need a bit of magic to get through exams. McGill University Featured Study Spot: Birks Reading Room Being one of the oldest universities in Canada, McGill has its fair share of incredible libraries: the natural-light-filled Law Library, the popular Schulich library, and the hipster-centric Redpath library. Our featured hot spot is the Birks Reading Room. Situated on the second floor of the Birks Building this little gem is a home from home. Winter boots are not permitted, so you can bring your fluffy socks to relax in. University of British Columbia - Vancouver Campus Featured Study Spot: Law Library at Allard Hall UBC students and alumni rated their libraries high enough to come third in our list. Whether it's the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre or the Chapman Learning Commons, the studious UBC folk have no shortage of places to go. The Law Library is just north of the IKB Learning Centre and is the newest and most modern study space on campus. The seats even recline! University of Victoria Featured Study Spot: McPherson Library UVic has been a true hidden gem in this year's rankings, and their libraries are some of the best in Canada. If you are looking to be part of a group study then head to the second floor of the McPherson Library, where it is buzzing with discussions. If you need some peace and quiet, then the basement and third floor has individual cubicles. University of New Brunswick Featured Study Spot: John B. McNair Learning Commons For those who don't know, UNB is the oldest English-speaking university in Canada. They have some great study spots around campus. You can study with a view at the SUB Blue Room Lounge, relax at the classy 'Red Room' at Harriet Irving Library, or enjoy the comfy leather armchairs at the John B. McNair Learning Commons. Mount Allison University Featured Study Spot: Grey Carpet (Entrance Level) MTA controversially demolished one of their sacred libraries to build a new space on campus. The Ralph Pickard Bell Library space has carpet colours for each floor with the most exciting one being, ironically, the grey carpet. The grey carpet room is the room where you can practically live for the day and cram as much information into your head that you can. University of Alberta Featured Study Spot: John Scott (MedSci) Library Our featured spot is the John W. Scott Health Sciences Library, but the students just call it MedSci. The skylights fill this building with natural light to give you a good dose of Vitamin D when you are working hard. The large windows come in handy at night to remind you to go home and get some well-earned sleep. Acadia University Featured Study Spot: the Paws Room This blows us away. The fourth floor in the Acadia Library has a place to help distress students who are worried about their upcoming exams. This spot, named the Paws Room, comes complete with --you guessed it -- dogs! Research has proven that stroking a dog reduces your stress levels and promotes happy endorphins so a great way to have a break from the books and find your inner calm, and indulge your love for dogs. Very innovative thinking, Acadia! University of Toronto Featured Study Spot: Gryffindor Common Room There are a whopping 44 libraries at U of T, so it's no surprise they made our top 10 list. Harry Potter fever seems to seeping through the schools in Canada, but the University of Toronto has nailed it. The third floor fireplace room has comfy chintz armchairs and a fireplace make the Graham Library Reading Room hands-down the coziest place to be on a cold day.