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A U.S. government guide to American post-secondary education.

News, statistics, and tons of additional information about the government of your province!

This online map of BC child and youth mental health and substance use services provides information on services that are provided directly through the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), health authorities and community agencies. Only services funded by MCFD and health authorities are shown on the map.

Lists all of the trade schools in Canada by Province.

Virtual exhibits and information about all aspects of Canadian history, including the Fur Trade, First Nations, and World War II. Also discusses archaeology, arts, and civilizations from around the world.

Find programs in universities and colleges across Canada.

Take a gallery tour and learn about Canada's involvement in World War I and World War II. The virtual museum lists exhibits and programs of the Canadian War Museum and a history of military history in Canada.

Compiled by BC's Community Learning Network, the resources on this site are divided by subject areas linked to BC's curriculum.

Get quick, easy access to the Government of Canada's most requested services and information.

Looking for answers to hard questions? Find out about drugs & alcohol, body image, depression, stress, and healthy living in general.

Health info for teens from Health Canada

Dive into the rich world of Shakespeare with our full-text, interactive editions of his plays. myShakespeare replaces traditional footnotes with multimedia resources for the 21st-century student.  Includes Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet, and Macbeth.

Sexual health information, support, and services for teens in British Columbia.

Practice grade 10, 11, and 12 exams.

Concerned about your civil rights at school? This site outlines some basic ideas and concepts concerning civil liberties for students.

Ask a question, check out the message board, or read up on all sorts of sex and sexuality related issues.

Study guides for a variety of subject areas.

General info on health, food, and fitness. Includes recipes for teens with lactose intolerance, diabetes, celiac disease etc.

A good source for information on World Cultures. Check out the cool virtual tours!

Excellent selection of encyclopedia articles, pictures, maps, charts and audio on a wide variety of topics. Perfect for students of all ages. Includes access to Wizard, an adaptive resource for math, science, social studies, and language arts.

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The vendor has created this guide to support parents, grandparents, caregivers, or anyone using World Book resources.

Note: The vendor has offered free access to World Book through April 30, 2020 for all public libraries in BC.

Need to talk? Chat online or call a volunteer listener. This website also has info about stress, bullying, sexuality, mental health, and how to help a friend in trouble.

Gab Youth is a cool place where youth can kick back, talk with friends, and meet people that have similar questions about sexual orientation or gender identity. Offers drop-ins times and other actitivies.

Job search tools, job postings, and great information on all sorts of careers from Service Canada'™s website.