Citizenship & Multilingual Resources

SUCCESS logo S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Immigrant Settlement & Integration Program (ISIP) assists immigrants, refugees, and their families to learn about life in Canada, develop English skills, find employment and get involved in the community.
NewToBC – Find out services, programs and resources avaialable to newcomers at, a website offered by BC Libraries to help you succeed in your new community.
Talk English Talk English – Learn English free with

  • Learn how to study English Vocabulary & improve your Listening & Speaking!
  • Over 900 Lessons & 9000 audio files.
Family Literacy First Family Literacy First enables users to practice literacy skills with downloadable story & activity modules in five languages: English, French, Simplified Chinese, Tagalog and Arabic.
National Indigenous Knowledge and Language Alliance is a national Indigenous (First Nations, Metis & Inuit) alliance to bring together cross-disciplinary professionals, para-professionals, Indigenous knowledge keepers and Indigenous grass-roots community and organizations to address matters of importance around Indigenous ways of knowing, knowledges, language and cultural memory/heritage.
Richmond_Public_Library logo Citizenship Resources from Richmond Public Library.
Money Matters Money Matters Online gives you practical, introductory information about money management and banking in Canada.
  KnowBC Online (In-Library use only) includes:

  • Encyclopedia of British Columbia: with more than 4,000 entries and 1,500 accompanying photographs, maps, charts and tables, as well as sound and video clips.
  • Marine Life of the Pacific Northwest: A Photographic Encyclopedia of Invertebrates, Seaweeds and Selected Fishes
  • The Encyclopedia of Raincoast Place Names: A Complete Reference to Coastal British Columbia
  • Far West: The Story of British Columbia
  • Raincoast Chronicles 20: Lilies and Fireweed: Frontier Women of British Columbia
  • Where Mountains Meet the Sea: A History of Coastal BC
Click Law – An Internet subject guide to authoritative legal resources in BC and Canada. Developed by the Legal Services Society of BC and now maintained by the BC Courthouse Library Society. No library card is required to access this resource on the Internet.