Ice: Moments, Photographs by Klaus Hochheim

In this photo memoir, with Foreword by Klaus’ widow, Martha Hochheim, Sarah Hodges-Kolinsynyk and David Babb assemble a collection of photographs commemorating the life and career of Dr. Hochheim. It is a love letter to our planet’s north and south poles, and an homage to a man whose life ended tragically during his last excursion. Klaus died in a helicopter crash in 2013, working in his beloved Arctic — land of the ice. 

Cover of ackson’s Wars: A. Y. Jackson, the Birth of the Group of Seven, and the Great War by Douglas Hunter. Shows one of Jackson's paintings.

Throwback: Hard, Clear Sunlight: The Rise of a Distinctly Canadian School of Art Out of the Devastation of WWI — Jackson’s Wars: A. Y. Jackson, the Birth of the Group of Seven, and the Great War by Douglas Hunter

The impacts of lived experiences in the totality of misery and death along the Western Front were enduring and consequently reflected in their art. Douglas Hunter’s biography Jackson’s Wars: A. Y. Jackson, the Birth of the Group of Seven, and the Great War explores the impacts of World War I on A. Y. Jackson and the Group of Seven in shaping their vision of a distinctly Canadian School of painting.

A barbed wire fence along a beach, looking out onto the ocean. Dark clouds and planes fly above. The title is in the top third of the image, in cursive print. Underneath the title is a small Canadian flag and French flag. The author's name is in the bottom right hand corner.

See You In Le Touquet by Romie Christie

Dorothy Borutti lives in the beautiful French seaside resort town of Le Touquet, Pas-de-Calais with her British mother and Italian father, and vacations in the south of France each winter. Sandy MacPherson is a young Canadian lawyer, raised on the wide-open prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada in an era of economic, and environmental, ruin. Little do …

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Big Men Fear Me by Mark Bourrie

In Big Men Fear Me, award-winning historian Mark Bourrie tells the remarkable story of George McCullagh’s inspirational rise and devastating fall, and with it sheds new light on the resurgence of populist politics, challenges to collective action, and attacks on the free press that characterize our own tumultuous era.