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- Hunter Publishing 2007; US$ 9.99
From early explorers and Gold Rush days to modern times, British Columbia has always attracted visitors. Its rich landscape is filled with forests, glaciers and rivers that draw outdoor enthusiasts; more rugged adventurers ride the Alaska Highway, an engineering marvel that cuts across the territory amid stunning scenery. Visit Vancouver, the biggest... more...
- Orion 2010; Not Available
Fifteen years before Lewis and Clark, Scotsman Alexander Mackenzie, looking to open up a trade route, set out from Lake Athabasca in central Northern Canada in search of the Pacific Ocean. Mackenzie travelled by bark canoe and had a cache of rum and a crew of Canadian voyageurs, hard-living backwoodsmen, for company. Two centuries later, Robert Twigger... more...
- Triumph Books 2012; US$ 13.99
The role of hockey in Canada serves as a national identity, a unifying force in a country of 33 million people. So crazed are Canadians for their national sport that they ranked outrageous hockey commentator and high school drop-out Don Cherry ahead of Alexander Graham Bell on a list of the greatest Canadians in history. Penned by hockey star Paul... more...
- HarperCollins Canada 2012; Not Available
The Ottawa Citizen's top restaurant reviews are now available for download in this comprehensive guide to the capital city's culinary delights. The Citizen has packaged almost 100 reviews from various neighbourhoods of the city and beyond. You can read our reviewers' thoughts on all kinds of restaurants to tempt your tastebuds, including Fine... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2013; US$ 19.00
In 1966, Edward Hoagland made a three-month excursion into the wild country of British Columbia and encountered a way of life that was disappearing even as he chronicled it. Showcasing Hoagland?s extraordinary gifts for portraiture?his cast runs from salty prospector to trader, explorer, missionary, and indigenous guide? Notes from the Century Before... more...
- Dundurn 2015; US$ 14.99
Nipissing explores the history of the Nipissing Passageway, from Mattawa to Georgian Bay, beginning with Champlain's voyage in 1615. The efforts to build the Georgian Bay Ship Canal and the mid-19th-century promotional efforts by railways to market the area as a "sportsman's paradise" are discussed, and sportsmen's literature is cited to demonstrate... more...
- MacIntyrePurcell Publishing, Inc 2009; US$ 9.99
From fox hunting Victorian-style on the Prairies, to the crooked trees of Alticane, to sipping cappuccinos on Broadway in Saskatoon, or spa hopping and tunnel touring in Moose Jaw, this is the MUST list every Saskatchewanian MUST have. From strolling Regina?s Wascana Centre to exploring outlaw haunts in the Big Muddy, Grey Owl, Dief, jazz and folk... more...
- MacIntyrePurcell Publishing, Inc 2011; US$ 12.99
The folklore of Canada?s oldest region is explored in this intriguing and entertaining collection. While some of these beliefs are specific to Atlantic Canada, others are known the world over. The book also surveys local celebrities, revealing the superstitions held in their various fields or childhoods. Author Allan Lynch recalls home remedies administered... more...
- Dundurn 2013; US$ 4.99
In 10 weeks during the summer of 2012, on the 50th anniversary of the Trans-Canada Highway, author Mark Richardson drove the nearly 8,000 kilometres of the iconic road, meeting a variety of people along the way, exploring the route's fabled history, and discovering how important this ribbon of asphalt is to Canada. more...