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Books make wonderful gifts. With the holidays fast approaching, we have put together a list of popular 2016 releases which we think would make great gifts (for yourself or a friend!). Here are our suggestions:
For the art lover, or Maritimer on your list!
A radical re-examination … Read More >
Russell A. Potter’s new book Finding Franklin, was recently reviewed by the National Post. The review came out just days before the discovery of the HMS Terror which has since fuelled Franklin fever in the news and with Franklin enthusiasts around the world!
Below is an excerpt from the review.
For Immediate Release – Montreal – September 27, 2016
New book uses evidence-based approach to assess the former prime minister’s policy legacy.
THE HARPER FACTOR
Assessing a Prime Minister’s Policy Legacy
and Graham Fox
26 October 2016, 5:30pm – 7:00 pm
@ The Métropolitain Brasserie & Restaurant
700 Sussex Dr. Ottawa, Ontario
Tel – (613) 562 1160
Publication Date: 19 October 2016
A … Read More >
To celebrate the release of Louis Patrick Leroux and Charles R. Batson’s new book, Cirque Global: Quebec’s Expanding Circus Boundaries we have organised a special #CirqueGlobal contest!
Our Fall 2016 catalogue is here! Lots of exciting books and authors this Fall, as well as a brand new series: Rethinking Canada In The World.
Some highlights from the new catalogue include:
Making Out in the Mainstream, by Vincent Doyle, was recently reviewed by the Bay Area Reporter, the oldest and highest circulation LGBT news weekly serving San Francisco’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. The review coincides nicely with this week’s announcement of the 27th Annual GLAAD Media awards.
The following is an excerpt from Brian Bromberger’s piece entitled “Swimming … Read More >
Volume 1, part 2 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report on Canada’s Residential Schools carries the story of the residential school system from the end of the Great Depression to the closing of the last remaining schools in the late 1990s. It demonstrates that the underfunding and unsafe living conditions that characterized the … Read More >