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Thank you to everyone who came out to this week’s launch events for Brooke Jeffrey’s new book,
Dismantling Canada: Stephen Harper’s New Conservative Agenda.
Brooke Jeffrey, a professor at Concordia University and former policy adviser to the Liberal Party, gave talks in Montreal and Ottawa on the major questions addressed in her book, specifically: the strategies that brought Stephen Harper’s New Conservative Party to a … Read More >
Today was the big announcement for the 2015 Canada Prize finalists by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.
We are delighted and proud to announce that the following authors are shortlisted! CONGRATULATIONS to Phyllis D. Airhart, Stephen Henighan, Sandra Campbell, and Ron Williams on these wonderful achievements.
Shortlisted for … Read More >
Liberal insider Brooke Jeffrey analyses Stephen Harper’s drive to create a new Conservative Canada.
Providing fascinating insight into the origins of a new conservative vision for the economy, federalism, and domestic and foreign policies, Brooke Jeffrey explores Harper’s successes and failures, and evaluates the likely outcome of his long-term agenda … Read More >
Congratulations to Brian Young, a finalist for this year’s Canadian Historical Association’s Sir John A. Macdonald Prize.
Young is shortlisted for his book, PATRICIAN FAMILIES AND THE MAKING OF QUEBEC: The Taschereaus and McCords, an analysis of two elite families in the shaping of English and French Quebec.
The Sir John A. Macdonald Prize is … Read More >
Exciting news! The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) announced the winners of its annual Awards of Excellence this week.
Of the 10 projects – “pre-eminent examples in Canadian landscape architecture, honouring distinctive design, ground-breaking research … Read More >
TURKEY AND THE ARMENIAN GHOST, an English translation of the award-winning book La Turquie et le fantôme arménien, is a compelling portrait of the aftermath of the Armenian genocide and the enduring struggle to have it officially recognized.
Taking the reader into remote mountain regions, tiny hamlets, and the homes of traumatized … Read More >
This special and well-deserved honour, announced this week by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, commemorates and recognizes those who contributed to the find of one of the lost ships of the British … Read More >
Unlike many women writers of her time, Sarah Jameson Craig lived at the bottom of the economic ladder. Nevertheless, she dared to dream the utopian dreams more commonly associated with educated women from the middle and upper classes.
Luckily, every day is book day when one works in publishing. But today is the 18th annual UNESCO celebration of books & reading, marked in over 100 countries all over the world.
To mark this big day, we’re highlighting a few of our recent book releases that address important political and environmental issues around the world.
In Blockades or Breakthroughs?, edited by Yale D. Belanger and P. Whitney Lackenbauer, contributors debate the importance and effectiveness of blockades and occupations as political and diplomatic tools for Aboriginal people.
Offering an in-depth survey of occupations, blockades, and their legacies, from 1968 to the present, this … Read More >