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Public Library Day at the Fair at the PNE

Burnaby Public Library is thrilled to participate in Public Library Day at the Fair at the PNE! Thanks to a partnership between the Fair and Public Library InterLINK, fair-goers can receive a discounted $5 gate admission to the Fair on Wednesday, August 23 by presenting a BC public library card. The Fair is free for children under the […]

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WorkBC Hiring Fair

MOSAIC – WorkBC is pleased to host another hiring fair with leading companies: Alpine Services, Parq Vancouver, Purolator, Soya Sunrise Foods, WestPark, & Independent Grocer WHEN: Friday, August 18 from 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM WHERE: Vancouver Northeast (MOSAIC) WorkBC – Unit 312 – 2555 Commercial Drive, Vancouver V5N 4C1 (across the Commercial – Broadway […]

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New West Employment Services

August 17, 2017 Are you looking for work? Working less than 20 hours a week? Join Fraser Works at the library and discover how they can help support you in finding a job. Learn about their NO COST services: –  Job Search and Resume Workshops –  Access to short term training –  Free printing and […]

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NWPL’S Big Blow-Out Book Sale

August 19, 2017 For the first time in years, the library is hosting a one-day book sale. Fill a bag for $5 or bring your own box and fill it for $10. All varieties of books, magazines, DVDs, and CDs will be available: fiction, non-fiction, adult, children’s, movies and more! Please be aware all sales […]

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Immigrant children’s play can clash with mainstream cultures

Every child in the world is a master of play. Play is part of the basic developmental experiences of human lives. Children learn about culture, social norms and language through play. Precisely because of its sociocultural nature, children in different cultures engage in play differently due to differences in language, context and social norms.

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