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A SPECIAL NOTE FOR TEACHERS: Many of the digital resources that were provided over the COVID-19 school closure are no longer available for free access. As well, a number of resource subscriptions previously funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education have expired (eg. BookFLIX) and have been removed from the VLC Games and Databases.
"Thousands of people took to the streets on Saturday demanding justice for Regis Korchinski-Paquet, three days after the 29-year-old woman fell to her death from a High Park highrise, in an incident that is now under investigation by Ontario’s civilian police watchdog."
Explore the 'Fighting Racism and Discrimination' Collection: "This collection looks at the fight against discrimination and racism in Canada. It includes examples of ongoing efforts across the country to remove barriers to equity, diversity and inclusion and to reduce inequities in all sectors of society."
From MediaSmarts: "Thanks to the internet and social media like Instagram, Snapchat or TikTok, it’s easier than ever to share your views and encourage others to join you in making change. And, due to research conducted as part of the Digital Ecosystem Research Challenge (DERC), we know a lot about how some Canadians are using digital media to get involved in politics. This guide will help show you the ways you can use social networks to make your voice heard and make a difference."