The Sea Wins: Shipwrecks of the Bay of Fundy vividly recounts more than forty dramatic tales of the real people who faced great odds in their sailing ships, only to discover that inevitably, the sea wins.
From Tim Cook, Canada’s top war historian, comes a definitive medical history of the Great War.
What most of us don’t know is this: it was the single most devastating urban fire in the 19th century in North America, eclipsing the more famous fires in Boston and Chicago.
In Our Youth explores the lives of thirty-two young Canadian military and civilian flyers, viewed through the medium of archival photography.
Intimate and erotic, Possessed is a dark and funny story exploring sexual obsession, mental illness, and the supernatural.
Gear up for laughter in the hereafter as Socrates sets out to assassinate every soul who can remember the mortal world.
Far from the canned ravioli and Jell-O salads of his youth, Laffoley discovered that Nova Scotian food could be fresh and fascinating, frivolous and fun.
From the highs and lows of London to beginning anew in New Brunswick, Brit Happens tells gut-busting stories of success and failure and the unpredictable grind of stand-up comedy. It also offers a laugh-out-loud look at life in Atlantic Canada from the region’s funniest outsider-turned-local.
n 1917, a small fleet of six schooners sailed from Nova Scotia and Newfoundland ports as live bait for German U-boats.
Before Muhammad Ali and Joe Louis, before Sugar Ray Robinson and Jack Johnson, before Marvelous Marvin Hagler and Sugar Ray Leonard, before all the great Black boxing champions of every age and every weight class, there was George Dixon. He was the first. He was the greatest. And this is his story.
Beneath Her Skin is a literary crime thriller from a mysterious new voice in Atlantic fiction.
I remember the year my father went to war, and my mother’s smile went with him. It was also the first time I saw an automobile, the day we drove him in the old farm cart to the city and waved him off on the train.
The unusual and moving tale of Muggins, a famed fundraising dog who became a mascot of the Canadian Red Cross during the First World War.
A Canadian Nurse in the Great War grants a peek, through the diary of Ruth Loggie, into a little-known moment of our history. It also offers a glimpse into forbidden territory-women at war.