Reading books from 2SLGBTQIA+ authors is a great way to honour pride year-round—and it's plenty of fun too! Test your knowledge of 2SLGBTQIA+ literature with our latest pop quiz.
This year, 2022, marks 10 years since gender identity and gender expression were added as protected characteristics under the Nova Scotia Human Rights Act in December of 2012. This legislative change meant significant progress for trans, non-binary and gender-queer people in Nova Scotia. Learn more and reflect here.
On display from July 31 to September 4, 2022 in the Sunroom at Central Library, Jewish Artists in Nova Scotia features artwork by 12 Jewish artists, curated by The Atlantic Jewish Council.
Ready for summer reading? We are too! It's summertime in Halifax Regional Municipality, and we're ready to share some of our favourite Hot Summer Reads with you—for the beach, the backyard, the patio, or cozy summer nights at home. What's unique about these reads, is that we specifically asked our staff and Board members to also share some perhaps hidden gems you wouldn't always think of as 'summer reading' to help heat up your To-Be-Read (AKA #TBR) Pile!
Social worker and community connector, Rajean Willis reflects on her Library talk show series, and what it means to see someone else's perspective.
Hear from Lou Duggan Creative Studio interns; Madie and Naomi, about their experiences working on STEAM activities and more at the Library.
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