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Helping students understand and critically assess current events and issues since 1990.

News4Youth.com

News4Youth.com / Infos-Ados.com is an engaging, online interactive current events resource for students in grades 7 and up.

Building Bridges

(NEW!) Building Bridges/Bâtir des ponts is a photocopiable current events resource for students grades 5 and up.

Currents4Kids.com

Currents4Kids.com / Infos-Jeunes.com is an engaging, online interactive current events resource for students in grades 3 and up.

The Canadian Reader

The Canadian Reader / Nos Nouvelles is a classroom-ready current events resource for students in grades 3 and up.

What in the World?

What in the World? / Le Monde en Marche is a photocopiable current events resource for Canadian students in grades 5 - 10.

Current Collections

New! Popular lesson plan series and articles previously published in What in the World? and The Canadian Reader for purchase.

What in the World? Level 2 Issue 4

  • Immigration in the Spotlight
  • A Rising Tide of Hunger
  • All Eyes on FTX
  • Mining our Oceans

Building Bridges - Level 1 Issue 2

  • Reflections on the Monarch
  • Canada’s Colonial History

The Canadian Reader Issue 3

  • Boys with Braids
  • Rabies Risk Closes Door to Dogs
  • Canada Shoots for the World Cup
  • Map: Persian Gulf
  • Comic: The World Cup

 

Sample Issues

Breaking News

| Rusia Ukraine War pdf (4.72 MB)
| Rusia Ukraine War docx (130.27 KB)
| Insurrection USA pdf (2.32 MB)
| Insurrection USA doc (157.5 KB)
| Protests in Hong Kong pdf (3.62 MB)
| Protests in Hong Kong doc (154.5 KB)
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Supplementary News

| Terry Fox 2022 pdf (4.78 MB)
| Terry Fox 2022 docx (519.82 KB)
| World Cup.pdf (1.83 MB)
| World Cup.doc (3.01 MB)
| California Wildfires.pdf (1.07 MB)
| California Wildfires.doc (389.5 KB)

My students enjoy the What in the World? articles and will frequently nag me for the next issue before it has arrived!

C. Ryan, teacher of grades 7-12, Calgary, AB