Websites have been popping up devoted to infographics, sort of like libraries, where you can search to see if there's one on a topic you're looking for. For example, www.coolinfographics.com has infographics on everything from cooking conversions to a listing of hurricanes since 1851 to Mickey Mouse and Star Wars.
If you'd like to browse inforgraphics, a few other sites you can check out include www.good.is/infographics, mashable.com/follow/topics/infographics, and the infographics pool on Flickr.
There are a couple of things to keep in mind with infographics. First is that many are produced in the United States, so figures and statistics will not necessarily be reflective of Canada. The second is that sources for those statistics and such are often not provided, so as with Wikipedia, some fact checking may be required.
Want to make an infographic? Sign up at piktochart.com. It's free to use at the basic level.
So, how does this relate to libraries? Well, there are tons of great literature and eBook related infographics, of course! I've been pinning relevant ones to our Pinterest boards as I come across them, but here's a sample: