These resources are a starting point for finding the answers to your homework questions. Still need help answering your question? Ask a librarian
Databases (library card required)
The library pays for these resources that contain information you can’t find using search engines like Google. You will need you library card to access these sites from home.
Learning Express Library
Math and reading skills improvement aimed specifically at children in Grade 4 and 5 including diagnostic and practice tests. Also includes comprehensive study tools and practice tests for middle schoolers in all subject areas. Note that you must create a user name and password to get started on the site.
This list focuses on the topics that our librarians get asked about the most and Canadian resources that supplement what the library pays for; it is not meant to be comprehensive.
School District No. 43 Student Resources
A wealth of information targeted to SD43 students. Click on the “SD43 Digital Library” to search for a particular topic. Note that some of the resources require a username and password that you must get from your teacher-librarian or principal.
Discover How Canadians Govern Themselves
An interactive with timelines and simple explanations of how parliament works, how a bill becomes law, and differences between the Canadian and American governments.
Library and Archives Canada – Confederation for Kids
An easy-to-understand explanation of early Canadian history with information on specific provinces and important figures.
The Symbols of Canada
This site from Canadian Heritage provides information about the emblems, flags and national anthem of Canada.
Discovery Education – WebMath
An excellent interactive site that provides explanations based on problems that students enter.
Hinterland Who's Who
The best place for information on Canadian wildlife including information on at-risk species and regional habitats.