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.
Fake news used to be easy to spot. Who doesn’t remember those tabloid headlines that screamed “Elvis is Alive” or “I was Bigfoot’s Love Slave!” These days it’s a little trickier to discern fact from fiction. It doesn’t help that up to ¾ of us are getting at least some of our news from social media, where fake news runs rampant. This useful infographic and tips from your friendly Library team can help you root through fact and fiction.
We have created a new tab in our OverDrive Collection to make our non-English e-books easier to find. The new “room” is called More Languages. Learn how to find and use it, here.
September 21- 27, 2020 is Science Literacy Week in Canada. Science Literacy Week highlights diversity in Canadian science. The purpose of Science Literacy Week is to show everyone’s unique relationship with science and how they live with it. This year, we are celebrating the biodiversity of our beautiful country! Biodiversity refers to the variety of living species that live on Earth. This includes plants, animals, and bodies of water. Canada is lucky to be home to a wide range of biodiversity that spans from coast to coast.
When reading a book by your favourite author have you ever wanted to know more about them? Here is a list of a few famous authors and their early jobs to help satisfy that craving.