Databases


Language Learning

Last Updated 2019/06/14

Library Databases Mango is an online language learning system teaching practical conversation skills for real communication. It’s the fast, easy and effective way to learn to speak a foreign language! Visit our Guide to Mango to get started. Local Resources ISS of BC (Immigrant Services Society of BC) – A variety of support services for


Business Research Databases

Last Updated 2019/09/19

Your Library card gives you free access to computer research databases. Most may be used from your home computer as well as in the library. For further information, please contact the Library. BC Stats BC Stats, the central statistical agency of the Province of British Columbia maintains the province’s largest concentration of statistical products, services and


New York Times Online

Last Updated 2020/08/12

World news, book reviews, health and science news and of course the travel section. The Library offers access to the New York Times Online. Enjoy!   If you are inside the library please go direct to the New York Times for full access. To access this online subscription from home, visit www.nytimes.com/redeemaccess and enter this


Help Guides for our Databases

Last Updated 2021/03/26

Guide to using LinkedIn Learning (Lynda.com) Guide to Mango Language Learning Access the New York Times from home


Guide to Mango Language Learning

Last Updated 2019/06/14

Mango is an online language learning system teaching practical conversation skills for real communication. It’s the fast, easy and effective way to learn to speak a foreign language! All you need is an internet connection and your library card number. Follow these easy steps: Step 1: Access Mango Go to the PRPL’s Mango Languages page.


LinkedIn Learning (Lynda.com)

Last Updated 2021/03/29

  Your Tutor is Waiting! LinkedIn Learning (Lynda.com) is an online learning resource, which offers thousands of courses on a wide variety of topics. Learn technology, creative and business skills online, 24 hours a day, for FREE through the Library.   Log in to LinkedIn Learning using your Library card and PIN (the same as


Complete List of Databases (A-Z)

Last Updated 2021/03/29

Below are databases that our library subscribes to and others that we recommend.  They contain loads of information not necessarily found through the Internet.  You’ll need your library card to log into most of these databases. Auto Repair Source covers thousands of vehicles from 1974 to present. Content includes diagrams and step-by-step photographs, technical service


Statistics

Last Updated 2020/01/31

British Columbia Statistics – the central statistical agency of the Province of British Columbia. They offer data services, business and economic statistics, labour and social statistics, population stats, and survey and analysis. The World Bank – The Data Catalogue provides download access to over 2,000 indicators from World Bank data sources. DataBC – Provided by


Law & Government

Last Updated 2019/09/19

Library Databases Our databases have lots of information from trusted sources that’s typically not available through the Internet. You’ll need your library card to log in. British Columbia Codes – Includes the current BC Building Code (including Plumbing Services) and the BC Fire Code.   Websites Legal Government Local Legal Resources and Support Clicklaw HelpMap Community


Home & Consumer Information

Last Updated 2016/08/18

Websites ConsumerSearch Features product reviews from a variety of quality sources. EnerGuide The Canadian government’s guide to energy-efficient appliances, heating and cooling, and more. E-ValueBC Find property value and information for BC. FurnaceCompare.com Ratings and reviews on thousands of air conditioners, boilers, furnaces and heat pumps.