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Virtual Curriculum Resource Centre

May is Gaelic Month in Nova Scotia!


The image is that of a salmon in the shape of the letter 'G'.

The salmon represents the gift of knowledge in the Gaelic storytelling traditions of Nova Scotia, Scotland and Ireland and the Isle of Man.

The 'G' represents the Gaelic language and the ripples are the manifestations of the language through its rich culture of song, story, music, dance and custom and belief system.









Welcome to the Curriculum Resource Center

WE ARE OPEN!  Please still continue to search resources in the CRC and StFX library through
     our Search page where you can place a request or feel free to drop in to have a look around and have our staff help you.  

Don't forget to check out the e-resources and links on this site to assist you in your course work and field experience. 

Hours: Mon - Fri  815am - 4pm

           Closed for July & August 

                                                      * Please email if a request is needed during the summer