The February Westcoast Reader newspaper


The February newspaper has articles about fake news, Canada’s youngest gold medal winner, snow in the desert and the cost of food.

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The next issue of the newspaper will be out the first week in March.

 

Special announcement: In preparation for the May provincial election, The Westcoast Reader and Elections BC are partnering to publish a 4-page supplement about the process of elections in BC. Look for it in the April newspaper. Be sure to subscribe by March 10 to receive the April issue.

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Happy Hanukkah from the Westcoast Reader team!

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Children watching a Hanukkah menorah
Photo credit: Elana Amsterdam (elana’s pantry – Flickr)

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Hanukkah is the Jewish holiday also known as the Festival of Lights. Hanukkah lasts for eight days and eight nights. A well-known symbol of Hanukkah is the menorah, a nine-branch candle holder.

For teachers:  Click here to find a teacher’s guide with stories, images, lesson plans and activities.

How to play dreidel

Shalom Sesame: The Missing Menorah

Happy Hanukkah!

Story adapted from www.thewestcoastreader.com, posted by Ana-MariaG, December 6, 2015

The December issue of The Westcoast Reader newspaper is out!!

December is a month of festivities. In this issue of the newspaper you will find our annual calendar on the middle pages with dates for holidays and events coming up in 2017. You’ll also find articles on driving in the winter and the outcome of the American election for president.

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 Reading by: Patty Bossort

The next issue of the newspaper will be out the first week in January.

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