Resource Lists & Advice

Below is a list of resources that students may find helpful: 

Full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles,primary source documents, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites

Use this resource to access maps that assist in the investigation and study of Canada and its people through historical, economic, environmental and cultural information.

Use this resource to find factual information organized into topics such as atoms and molecules; elements and periodic table; energy and matter; force and motion; and temperature and measurement. Videos, web links, games, listen feature, and a list of science experiments are included

a collection of Canadian documentaries available for streaming.

A collection of videos available for staff and students.... CBC News In Review, Marketplace, the National, Dragon's Den, and so much more.  See Mr. Allan for login information

available only from school computers. Internet Explorer is needed to access videos. Click on login to begin your search. No login is required from school computers.  See Mr. Allan if you need a password.

(library collection of encyclopedia and journals, as well as access to online databases)

an extensive collection of videos and resources on all school subjects. Login information at the top right side of the page.

A collection of academic journals and articles covering a multitude of subjects.  To access from home, you must create an account. Please see Mr. Allan in the library for instructions.

Khan!!!!!!!   Excellent instructional videos on all major subject areas

Sports Med Links



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