There are ways to explore the world from the comfort of your living room, while still wearing your pajamas! Vicky shares some favourite virtual-access exhibits, here.
Available to read in both English and Arabic | Your first winter in Canada can be difficult and long, especially if you are coming from a warm country. However, when taking part in fun and affordable activities, while also wearing proper clothing, you may start to enjoy the wintery Canadian weather.
There are many ways to be more sustainable. Discover some top ways to be sustainable this year and contribute to a healthier planet from Teen Blogger Theertha.
These stories can open our eyes to how others move through the world and come up against walls that abled people often can’t see. With both feature films and documentaries, there’s something for everyone on this list. Using your library card, you can stream these films online through hoopla or Kanopy!
Teen Blogger, Hana, experiments with finding new ways to challenge her creativity through drawing. Read about her process and see her completed drawing in this blog.
We love sitting outside on our porch with a good book and a mug of tea, listening to the beautiful sounds of nature and our homemade wind chimes. If you're a fan of reusing materials found around your home and enjoy going for scavenger hunts, we're sure you'll love creating your own wind chimes out of found and repurposed materials. Kick-start your creativity by making a wind chime or wall hanging using materials found around your house.
By Teen Blogger, Janey | "I've never been good at being precise when painting. I'm never satisfied with the outcome as it's never as crisp and neat as I want it to be. But, recently I found out about pour art."
Born in 1876, James R. Johnston became Dalhousie Law's first Black graduate. Tragically, his life was ended too soon after being shot by his Brother-in-Law.