Learn more about Rooster Town, an urban Métis community that was displaced from lands in what is now the Grant Park area of Winnipeg.
Answers to questions about the current library closures and re-openings during COVID-19.
Réponse aux questions sur les fermetures et réouvertures actuelles des bibliothèques pendant l’épidémie de COVID-19.
Discover reliable resources about keeping your online privacy safe.
Boost your media literacy skills. Learn about different types of fake news, along with tools to help spot it.
Resources for adult learners and adult literacy educators including: books, Digital Library services, and organizations.
Information about becoming a Canadian citizen, settling in Manitoba, and arriving as a refugee.
Are you learning English? Do you work with EAL learners? Start here to find books, Digital Library services, programs, activities, and organizations.
May is Asian Heritage Month. Find resources that share histories, biographies, and stories about Asian peoples' experiences in Canada.
February is Black History Month. This guide shares resources for learning about Black history, with a Canadian focus, as well as book suggestions for all ages.
Find your next LGBT2SQ+ read, local and national resources and LGBT2SQ+ histories and archives.
Books, videos and websites to help people learn about the forms of racism, about racial privilege, and what it means to be anti-racist.
Information to help learn the meaning of terms and concepts related to different forms of oppression.
Governments at all levels produce vast amounts of information. Use this guide to help find information from the Governments of Canada and Manitoba, and the City of Winnipeg.
Find where to get legal help, learn about the court system, look up legislation, and find advocacy organizations.
Learn about the different laws that govern the privacy of your personal information.
Find the latest information and research about Coronavirus (COVID-19), including Manitoba-specific information.
Posters, handouts, websites and apps that share services to contact when in crisis.
When it comes to questions about health, reliable resources are critical. Start your health information search here.
Find crisis lines and services, along with books and online resources about different mental health conditions.
Find resources to begin learning about different types of mental and emotional trauma.
Find information about First Nations communities with a focus on communities in Manitoba.
Find print and online resources to begin learning more about the Inuit.
Find print and online resources to begin learning more about the Métis of the past and the present.
Learn more about the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, & Two-Spirit., including community organizing and art, different reports and Manitoba-specific information.
Learn more about Canada's "Indian Residential Schools System". Find information to start learning and also to do more in-depth research.
Find information to learn about treaties between Indigenous nations and Canada, with a focus on Winnipeg and Manitoba.
Your starting place to search for a job, make a career plan, upgrade your skills, find volunteer opportunities and learn about employment rights.
Thinking about opening a small business? Start here to find resources to write a business plan, do market research, and learn about government and other supports.
Interested in Local History? Use this guide as a starting point to learn about Winnipeg neighbourhoods and local landmarks, read about popular Manitoba history topics, and find historical photographs and directories.
Find books, websites and organizations to help you research your family history. Access our AncestryLibrary subscription and learn how to plan your project.