Welcome! Each tab along the top here represents one focus for your PBL project. These are the main resources that you should use to guide your research. Other resources will need to be approved by your teachers or by your teacher-librarians. If you log in from home, you will need passwords for the databases. See passwords underneath each database for help - or access each database from the Crofton House Library website (http://www.croftonhouse.ca/page.cfm?p=2403) You can always e-mail Ms. Beaty or me if you have problems.
Remember, you must keep a list of the title of each resource that you use and it is was a book, a web site, a database or other media.
Canada History Week - Human Rights E-Magazine (2017): this is a general outline of Indigenous, LGBTQ, and French Language rights as well as Canadian Human Rights is in this e-magazine.
April 17, 2017: The 35th Anniversary of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - documents, updates, a video from Marc Garneau, and more. This is from the Government of Canada's website.
Your Guide to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - from the Government of Canada's website
Another summary of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
A summary of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms from the Canadian Bar Association (a lawyer's resource)