Textbooks



International and Out-of-Province

International and Out-of-Province students are not rented textbooks. Students must purchase their own textbooks. The following information includes links to specific publishers where individuals can purchase specific textbooks. Please contact the CBe-learn Registration team in advance to determine specific textbooks required for online courses.


Senior High  

Math 10C / ELA 10-1 / ELA 10-2 / Science 10 / Physics 20/30

  • All of the above textbooks can be ordered from Pearson Canada Inc. (www.mypearsonstore.com)
  • Books can be ordered online. Click on “Customer Care” for information re ordering, customer service, returns and contact information.

Chemistry 20-30  / Math 20-2 /  Math 30-2

  • All of the above textbooks can be ordered from Nelson Education Ltd. (www.nelson.com/order/default.html)
  • Under the top title of Nelson Education, click on “Order Info.” There are six easy ordering options here.
  • The website also includes prices, phone and fax number, the Online Order Form and the return policy.

Biology 20-30 / Math 20-1 / Math 30-1 / Math 31

  • All of the above textbooks can be ordered from McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd. (www.mcgrawhill.ca)
  • On the website, you can go to “Quick Links”;  with information re contacts, ordering, and return policy.
  • To place an order you can also email orders@mcgrawhill.ca

Social  10-1 / Social 10-2 / Social 30-1 / Social 30-2

  • All of the above textbooks can be ordered from Oxford University Press (www.oupcanada.com)
  • Under the “Contact Us” tab,  you’ll find phone numbers and fax information, as well as ordering information under  “Email Customer Service”.
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