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8:20 am to 3:40 pm


Mrs. C. Gilbert - Teacher-librarian

Mrs. C. Egan - Library Clerk


School District 57 e-resources



The World Book Online Reference Center is a great place to begin your research.  Don't forget to check out the links at the end of some of the articles.  They will lead you to other relevant and interesting information. 

EBSCO Resource Database bundle from ERAC. Consists over a dozen databases containing full text and image search capabilities suitable for pre K - 12 research projects.

Consumer Health Complete is the single most comprehensive resource for consumer oriented health content.

CultureGrams helps researchers discover the world with concise cultural and statistical snapshots of every country recognized by the United Nations -- from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

Know BC is the most comprehensive reference resource available about BC geography, history, economics, art, forestry and First Nations.

Full-text of Prince George Newspapers from 1909-1971. Includes Fort George Tribune, Fort George Herald, Prince George Post, Prince George Herald, Prince George Star, Prince George Leader & Prince George Citizen.

Learn Now BC


CHSS Library Catalogue

Orange Shirt Day: Every Child Matters

September 30 is Orange Shirt Day

Orange Shirt Day is a day to remember the families and survivors of Residential Schools. Listen to Phyllis Webstad talk about the meaning of Orange Shirt Day and her experience  here:

Want to learn more about Orange Shirt Day and the effects of Residential Schools? You can read about it at the official website:

The Story of Orange Shirt Day


You can check out one of the many library books that tell the stories of the victims and survivors and the legacy of the Residential school system:



Subject Guide

Career Education

Research Quick Links

Need help with your reference list? These websites will help you:

Citation Machine



Need more help with your research and citations. The Purdue University OWL is a great resource.

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