Month: August 2014

Lt. Gov. opens Fort Rupert library

            No, it’s not Prince Rupert, it’s Fort Rupert. Prince Rupert is located well to the north, while Fort Rupert is a First Nations community located next to Port Hardy. That’s where you will find the…

Top W2R volunteer off to university

Shirley-Pat Chamberlain from the Williams Lake Daybreak Rotary Club has been a top volunteer for Write to Read in the Cariboo region, assisting with the development of libraries in several First Nations communities. While it is bad news that W2R…

First Nations inmates start to build furniture for W2R libraries

Project coordinator Bob Blacker reports that the BC CORRECTIONAL SERVICE, through two of their facilities on Vancouver Island, have agreed to build furniture for Write to Read llibraries. This furniture to be built will include bookshelves, computer stations, coffee tables…

Fort Rupert Library set to open this week

The Library Response Team strikes again! Once again the LRT has been in action, this time at Fort Rupert, a First Nation community just outside Port Hardy where they spent the week setting up for a new library. The word…