Non-Fiction

Elizabeth McLachlan

The severe shortage of teachers brought on by World War II meant that teenagers, some with little or no training,...

Elizabeth McLachlan

A compilation of individual stories based on the author’s interviews and correspondence with several Depression-era...

Roy Kenzie Kiyooka

In 1993 Mary Kiyooka sat with her son Roy Kiyooka, one of Canada’s most important avant-garde painters, and a tape...

Rick Ranson

In the off hours of jobs in the Arctic, workers have a choice: to gamble, drink, or watch mind-numbing television....

George Blondin

Dene Elder George Blondin creates a spiritual guidebook that weaves together oral stories with the recounting of...

A.K. Hellum

Combining personal experience with concrete fact, A.K. Hellum’s Listening to Trees tells the story of a...

Wayne Johnston

Wayne Johnston became, in 2008, the second prominent...

Stan Rowe

Rejecting Francis Bacon's notion that the purpose of science is to control Nature, Stan Rowe presents a collection...

Elizabeth McLachlan

Canada in the twenty-first century is a place of growth and expansion. Cities like Vancouver and Toronto have...

Elizabeth McLachlan

As they literally vanish from sight, there is a scramble underway to preserve and protect that which has become...

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