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We are still here to support you and your learning and will be updating our pages regularly with new resources. Be sure to check out the tabs at the top of this page for resources specific to different subject areas.
When doing a research paper it is important to always cite your sources using the style your teacher has ask you to use. Style guides are available in the library. If you can't get to the library to pick one up, you can download a copy here:
Looking for something new to read? is a collection of e-books, graphic novels and audio books suitable for teen audiences.You can access this resource by clicking on the button in the column to the right.
Another great place for e-books is the public library. They are currently closed but if you have a library card you have access to their large collection of e-books and magazines. Check out what they have to offer here:
Do you like to listen to your books? During this time of school closures, Amazon's Audible has opened their catalogue to allow for free access to many of their audio books. Begin listening here:
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.
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.