I'm blessed enough to have received a job here in Lethbridge teaching Math, Physics, and chemistry. It's in a smaller Francophone school, which didn't previously have a physics class offered (except via ADLC) - so there weren't many resources there. One of the resources that I was missing, and could NOT find anywhere asking a few other local teachers, and doing lots of googling, was a data/formula sheet for the physics 20 curriculum here in Alberta.
So - after getting a scanned copy, I decided to re-create it using LaTex, and I offer it here for anyone who needs a digital/vector/PDF version.
This sheet is two sided, contains some constants, kinematics equations, dynamics equations, waves and harmonic motion equations, energy equations, trig and geometry equations, and all formulas needed for physics 20.
Since I'm teaching these in French, the French version is here too (la version française pour les formulaires de physique 20).
If you would like the .tex file, leave some comments below and I can make it available.
UPDATE (Nov 2016): I have fixed a few small errors in both the French and English version of the formula sheet. Good luck in your studies!!
I've thought about doing this post for months... it was always on the bottom of my to-do list, until now.
Here's a slideshow of hands-on science photos from my last practicum teaching science 9 and science 10.
In doing a real quick search for a balance/scale showing an equal amount of atoms on each side, and not finding one, decided to make one in 3D (yay Blender!). This is free to use, but not for commercial works. (right click and save-as - it is a 720p HD size.)
because I couldn't find one anywhere online through a google image search... Here's one that you can freely use. The bond angles are not accurate - I just threw it together in 3D quickly - but it shows the lewis/electron dot configuration of the valence levels, and how they are stolen from the red aluminum atoms to make 3+ cations, and received by the blue oxygen atoms to form 2- anions.