Hanukkah starts Sunday, Nov. 28 and ends on Dec. 6! How did this holiday come to be? When did it start? How is it celebrated? Learn about this important Jewish celebration by exploring this Hanukkah book list.
November is Hindu Heritage Month in Ontario, home to a large and vibrant Hindu community. We recognize the cultural, political, professional and economic contributions of the province’s diverse Hindu communities. Celebrate Hindu culture, people and accomplishments with this reading list.
Every year, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, we gather to remember and honour everyone who has fallen in the service of their country, and to acknowledge the courage of those who still serve. These materials give context to the significance and importance of this day, and Canada's military history.
November 8 is Indigenous Veterans Day. On this day, Canadians commemorate the sacrifices and contributions of Métis, First Nations and Inuit to the armed forces. To learn about Indigenous experiences in the services, check out these titles.
Addressing climate change will take a global effort stemming from diverse bodies of knowledge, cultures, governments and movements. Explore Indigenous perspectives on climate justice through these titles, and attend the Queen’s Indigenous Knowledge Symposium on climate justice on Nov. 5 to 6. Learn more about the symposium here.