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Mica Wallin tries to catch some snowflakes on his tongue as he skis down a hill at Bull Mountain. (Patrick Davies photo-Williams Lake Tribune)

REACH A READER 2021: Physical literacy for kids

We also need to teach our children the building blocks of movement

  • Jan 23, 2021

 

Freya Cockwill, 4, Lyra Cockwill, 6, and Haylee Sigurdson, 9, have some fun designing and painting face masks during the Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy’s Family Fest, pre-pandemic, in 2020. (Greg Sabatino photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

REACH A READER 2021: Financial literacy to kids an important asset

It’s hit and miss with our kids, but it works well if they have a spending goal in mind

  • Jan 23, 2021

 

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REACH A READER 2021: Conversations with our kids

Sometimes we are so busy that we forget the importance of casual conversations

  • Jan 23, 2021

 

Computers are available for the public at the Cariboo Regional District Library - Williams Lake Branch. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

REACH A READER 2021: The importance of digital literacy

The skills gained are very transferable because they apply to daily life and tasks

  • Jan 23, 2021
Computers are available for the public at the Cariboo Regional District Library - Williams Lake Branch. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
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REACH A READER 2021: The many colours of literacy

It is quite thrilling to imagine the endless realms of ‘literacies’ we have yet to discover

  • Jan 23, 2021
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Carla Bullinger says that sometimes keeping our language simple is the most efficient way to communicate with one another. (Photo submitted)

REACH A READER 2021: Literacy matters now more than ever

There is no way to tell just by looking at someone whether they have literacy challenges

  • Jan 23, 2021
Carla Bullinger says that sometimes keeping our language simple is the most efficient way to communicate with one another. (Photo submitted)
Anton Dounts, the Cariboo Regional District Library’s head librarian, also serves at the Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy Society’s president. (Patrick Davies photo-Williams Lake Tribune)

New CCPL President Anton Dounts looks to offer support

It’s Literacy Week in Williams Lake and it marks the first one Anton Dounts has headed

Anton Dounts, the Cariboo Regional District Library’s head librarian, also serves at the Cariboo Chilcotin Partners for Literacy Society’s president. (Patrick Davies photo-Williams Lake Tribune)
At Home with Writers Esi Edugyan and Steven Price

At Home with Writers Esi Edugyan and Steven Price

Award winning Canadian authors enjoy Vancouver Island lifestyle

  • Sep 6, 2018
At Home with Writers Esi Edugyan and Steven Price