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Free Learning Resources For Students In Canada (COVID-19 Edition)

Below are free learning resources for students in each province and territory in Canada.

Alberta:

Resources and guidelines for parents in an effort to continue student learning.

British Columbia:

Open School BC – resources for K-12 students.

Manitoba:

List of recommended learning resources by the Manitoba Ministry of Education. Categorized based on subjects, for K-12 students.

New Brunswick:

A quote from Deputy Minister, George Daley, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, in the latest update (March 20, 2020) to parents:

“Parents and students should not expect home learning options until April at the earliest. The coming week, we encourage parents and students to focus on your own physical and mental well-being. Resources are being assembled to share early next week to help guide and support your efforts.”

Newfoundland & Labrador:

Resources related to education, training, and skills development provided by the provincial government. 

Northwest Territories:

Parents and students can follow the curriculum developed by the provincial government and obtain free learning resources

Nova Scotia:

Parents and students can follow the curriculum developed by the Education and Early Childhood Development Department while learning at home. 

Nunavut:

Parents and students can follow the curriculum developed by the provincial government and obtain free learning resources

Ontario:

Learn at Home from the Ontario Ministry of Education – here, you can find supplementary resources for elementary and secondary students to practice math and literacy skills and learn at home.

Prince Edward Island:

The Department of Education and Lifelong Learning is providing ongoing learning opportunities for students while at home.

Québec:

Students and parents can consult this webpage as it contains information pertaining to education. While studying at home, students can follow the proper curriculum listed on this page

Saskatchewan:

Parents and students can follow the curriculum developed by the provincial government and obtain free learning resources

Yukon:

Parents and students can follow the curriculum developed by the provincial government and obtain free learning resources

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