From Tim Cook, Canada’s top war historian, comes a definitive medical history of the Great War.
An excerpt from "The Swirl in My Burl" a collection of essays by Miriam Edelson
An excerpt from "Writing With My Eyes: Staying Alive While Dying" by Angela Parker-Brown.
"Dora Dueck’s beautifully written essays and memoir make her an insightful and generous companion."
On Time and Water is both deeply personal and globally minded: a travel story, a world history, a desperate plea to live in harmony with future generations—and is unlike anything that has yet been published on the current climate emergency.
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.
The beloved star of Star Trek, recent space traveler, and living legend William Shatner reflects on the interconnectivity of all things, our fragile bond with nature, and the joy that comes from exploration in this inspiring, revelatory, and exhilarating collection of essays.
From Dr. Schott’s 30 years in veterinary practice come over 60 heartwarming, funny, and adorable stories about angry pelicans, bug-eyed goldfish, and plenty of cats and dogs.
An excerpt from "Makeup Tips From Auschwitz" by Tommy Schnurmacher
Lauded as the most eloquent book about Canadian communists and written like drama, The Strangest Dream animates the history and life of militants from the 1930's to the 1956 Khruschev revelations about Stalin.
With close to 50 years in the broadcast industry in Atlantic Canada, Rick Howe has been there, seen it and done it.
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.
Part love story, part survival story, part meditation on family dysfunction, this offbeat memoir chronicles the unpredictable life of a young wife and mother on Gabriola Island.
In Our Youth explores the lives of thirty-two young Canadian military and civilian flyers, viewed through the medium of archival photography.