Halifax Public Libraries has a collection of historical and current African Nova Scotian press in the form of newspapers and newsletters. Learn more about exploring these resources.
A Real-Life Library Love Story
By Our CommunityFebruary 14, 2020
On Saturday, December 14, 2019, Jane Doucet and Craig Pothier were wed at Halifax Central Library. Their story is truly romance novel-worthy. Jane and Craig met
How To: Use TumbleBooks Video Stories for Kids
By BehindTheShelvesFebruary 14, 2020
It will be love at first sight when you meet Tumblebooks. TumbleBooks is an animated, talking picture book collection that teaches children the joy of reading in an accessible electronic format. From early to advanced readers, this interactive e-book collection for elementary school children makes learning fun and engaging.
Warm and Fuzzy Winter YA Reads
By TeensFebruary 11, 2020
Teen volunteers and bloggers Emma and Grace share their favourite wintry YA reads—perfect for cozying up with during the cold days ahead.
Halifax Municipal Archives: Remembering Africville Source Guide
By LocalHistoryFebruary 5, 2020
In recognition of the honouring of Africville with 2020 Nova Scotia Heritage Day, and of the 10 year anniversary of the Apology to the former residents of Africville, the Halifax Municipal Archives has digitized the records in their holdings pertaining to Africville. Learn more about this resource.
How To: Use the Atlantic Provinces Business-to-Business Directory
By BehindTheShelvesFebruary 3, 2020
We have a ton of useful business books in our collection, but there is one weighty tome that stands out amongst the rest: the Atlantic Provinces Business-to-Business Directory.
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