Who are the people who have been memorialized along our Halifax routes? Here, we highlight Almon Street to discover the history behind the name.
Central Library has been a nesting ground for the last three years to a family of seabirds. Lil Floof and her family have become a favourite feature of our @hfxpublib Instagram account, with many Haligonians following the family tree and all its branches. Hear her story, which began in 2017.
This is Mikayla Martell's story, a journey from being a learner with Literacy Help & Upgrading to being accepted as a student at Mount Saint Vincent University.
Each month, your Library hosts a wide variety of special programs. You can download our monthly program listings here, as they become available. We'll keep this post up-to-date with the latest booklets so you can know what's on the go, while you're on the go.
Fall is just around the corner, summer is coming to an end, and it's time to get back into that old-school school routine. You can help your kids (or students!) hit the ground running this September with support from your Library—from online tools to helpful books.
Explore several recommended books that will help you add a few more branches to your Acadian family tree. Last March, one of my coworkers published a blog highlighting recent books on Acadian history and culture that
“Be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn, In that case, you should always be a unicorn.” Pride Week in Halifax is a bright and energetic time; and a time for reflection and learning. View Halifax Public Libraries' Pride Parade gallery.