School bells are ringing, and not just in the real world! Explore 7 captivating books set in schools more magical and mysterious than you can imagine.
Have you ever stopped to think about how incredibly important it is that you have the freedom to read any book, magazine, newspaper, or information resource you choose? Imagine now, if you were refused a copy of a book because someone else decided what you could, or could not read. Unrestricted access to read anything we want and to form our own opinions is intellectual freedom, and many of us take it for granted.
Master the art of fall coziness with our easy crochet pumpkin guide. Perfect for beginners, this tutorial adds a handmade touch to your autumn decor.
This Bisexual Visibility Month, broaden your horizons with films that explore the beauty of diverse love and identity.
Journey through time with Edwin S. Tracey, a Halifaxian who wore many hats: pickle manufacturer, Temperance Inspector, and family man.
Local author and advocate, Jen Powley was a friend to Halifax Public Libraries. She cared deeply about her community and worked every day to make the world a kinder, gentler place.
Canoo is open to all new citizens and permanent residents of Canada within one year of your citizenship ceremony or status update. The program offers free access to hundreds of historic sites, museums, galleries, and parks across Canada. Learn more about it at your Library.
Available to read in both English and Arabic | Are you looking to make a career change? Getting back into the workforce? Entering the Canadian job market for the first time? Whatever your goals are, the Library is here to help.