Dyslexia Awareness Month

Did you know that October is dyslexia awareness month?

Mark it Read is the official Canadian celebration for Dyslexia Awareness Month. Each year across Canada, monuments and buildings are lit up red, schools and workplaces wear red, and cities and towns sign proclamations to officially declare the month of October as Dyslexia Awareness Month. Keep an eye out for programs, events, and resources joining our collection this month!
Learn more about Dyslexia Canada.

Dyslexia Awareness Month

Women's History Month Contest

Complete this worksheet for your chance to win a Women's History Month prize pack courtesy of Sew Local Stitch Lounge and Sweet Yarns!

Send a picture of your completed sheet to Katie Fenerty or drop it off at your local library branch by November 10th.

Women's History Month Contest

Exhibit of Inspiring Indigenous Women

Visit the South End Library to view our ongoing exhibit of inspiring Indigenous women presented by Gallery 6500!

The colourful photos of women in the exhibit at the branch, include Chief RoseAnne Archibald, Dr Shirley Cheechoo, Josephine Mandamin and Pamela Toulouse. Biographical information for each subject is presented next to each portrait.

Exhibition at the South End Library

Gale General OneFile

Gale General OneFile includes content from leading magazines, newspapers and scholarly journals. Find articles on an extensive range of subject areas including business & economics, health & medicine, literature, drama, political science & diplomatic studies, science & technology, biology, chemistry.

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