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  • Bill Bennettby Bob Plecas

    D & M Publishers 2009; US$ 14.95

    Bill Bennett is an eyewitness account of B.C. premier W.R. (Bill) Bennett's eleven years in power, from 1975 to 1986. Never seen as a populist or a great communicator, Bennett nevertheless won three elections in a row, a feat surpassed only by his father, W.A.C. Bennett, who won six. The younger Bennett also twice captured the highest percentage... more...

  • A Hedonist's Guide to Torontoby Stephanie Plentl

    Hg2 2011; US$ 12.00

    Still evolving and fostering its identity, Canada’s financial powerhouse hovers between being seriously conservative and wildly liberal (ie. you can’t drink on the street, but both men and women can walk about topless…) With its shiny skyscrapers, picturesque Old Town and bravely futuristic architecture, Toronto is cosmopolitan yet... more...

  • On Island Timeby Hilary Stewart

    D & M Publishers 2009; US$ 15.95

    Through anecdotes and 200 drawings, Hilary Stewart shares her delight in discovering the small wonders of the natural world. Wandering the island?s beaches, forests and lakes, she gathers seaweeds, mushrooms and berries. Ever curious, she expands her knowledge of wild-flowers, lichens, lowly beetles and more. Her encounters with deer, bats, raccoons,... more...

  • Curse of the Narrowsby Laura M. MacDonald

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; US$ 16.99

    On December 7, 1917, in the heart of the World War I, two ships collided in Halifax harbour. The resulting explosion killed over 2,000 people and injured some 6,000 more. The facts of the incident have been well documented, but in Curse of the Narrows , Laura M. Mac Donald presents an exceptional narrative account of the tragedy, the first time a... more...

  • Ancient Marinerby Ken McGoogan

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; US$ 16.99

    Published to great reviews in Canada, the US and the UK, Ancient Mariner tells the riveting story of how Samuel Hearne—a sailor at 12, a northern explorer at 24, an admirer of Native peoples—became the first European to reach the Arctic coast of North America. Yet, as Ken McGoogan reveals, Samuel Hearne?s place in the history books has been a subject... more...

  • At Home in the Worldby Jennifer Welsh

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; US$ 15.99

    The 9/11 tragedy. The War on Terror. The attack on Iraq. World affairs are tangled and uncertain. If Canada is to move forward, we have to make choices that acknowledge a global future. At Home in the World delivers an intelligent and innovative plan of action to bolster our diminishing international status and build a renewed and self-confident... more...

  • Sailing Homeby Gary Geddes

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; US$ 15.99

    Fully aware that his mythical home-place might have vanished forever into memory (or at least into sad disrepair), Gary Geddes set out to discover his roots in a 31-foot British sailing sloop, christened the Groais. Those tangled roots wound their way up British Columbia's famed Inside Passage, an ancient sea route of nearly one thousand miles, an... more...

  • Heroesby Peter C. Newman

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; US$ 15.99

    In Heroes , Peter C. Newman gives us incisive analysis of dozens of Canadians, past and present, who have defined this country, drawing on fifty years of writing. He writes about iconic Canadians such as Terry Fox, Margaret Atwood and June Callwood. From the political ring, he discusses the legacies of Pierre Trudeau, Christina McCall and Lester... more...

  • How the Scots Invented Canadaby Ken McGoogan

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; US$ 15.99

    Canadians of Scottish descent, who today total over 4.7 million, have never made up more than 16 per cent of Canada?s population. Yet they have supplied thirteen of twenty-two Canadian prime ministers, and have made proportionate contributions in exploration, education, banking, military service, railroading, invention, literature, you name it. ... more...

  • Gold Diggersby Charlotte Gray

    HarperCollins Canada 2010; US$ 17.99

    No event in our history is more legendary than the Yukon Gold Rush of 1896. On August 16, when rich gold deposits were discovered in Bonanza Creek, 100,000 prospectors set off for the newly created Dawson City in search of instant wealth. Hungry miners hoped for the one big strike; others, for prosperity in this instant boom town; some, for the adventure... more...