MediaSmarts, a leading Canadian centre for digital and media literacy, is pleased to announce that all public libraries in Quebec now have free access to its licensed digital literacy program, Web Awareness Workshop Series.
Longtime SF Signal readers will know my of my…fondness (I say ‘fondness’, others might say unhealthy “obsession’)…with the S.F. Masterworks and Fantasy Masterworks series published by Gollanacz. Beyind the title selection, their covers are consistently outstanding.
The Canadian literary establishment isn't very diverse. Author Jael Richardson talked to Metro Morning about the new Festival of Literary Diversity and why there aren't more Canadian literary stars from diverse backgrounds.
Canada’s biggest bookstore chain has managed to stay viable in the world of digital reading by adding everything from iPads to olive-wood cutting boards to its shelves. Now Indigo Books and Music Inc. is setting its sights on the U.S.
It’s been almost a year since JEDI first met some industrious First Nation students at George Street Middle School (GSMS) in Fredericton, NB. At that time, the students had started to write and illustrate a children’s book for the entrepreneurship program that GSMS participates in every year through The Learning Partnership.
Last week, the students celebrated the delivery of the first hard copies of their newly published book. The authors and illustrators of the book are Baillie Sacobie, Theo Polchies, Amber Solomon, and Brooke Sacobie, all from Kingsclear First Nation.
Their book, titled “Weyossisok” which means ‘little animals’ in the Woolastooqiyik language, is an early childhood picture book written in both Maliseet and English. The book features a few different animals that are important to the Maliseet culture and includes short sentences on each animal.
Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada is focusing its fourth annual National Service Project (NSP) on literacy. "Words in Action" will promote the importance of literacy, increase access to literacy materials and services, and help Canadians interpret information in a meaningful way.
Linking reading to technology, the White House marshaled major book publishers to provide more than $250 million in free e-books to low-income students and is seeking commitments from local governments and schools across the country...
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