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  • John Lennon, Yoko Ono and the Year Canada Was Cool

    While the Beatles were breaking up, John Lennon and Yoko Ono headed to Canada to stage a bed-in for peace, play a peace concert, and meet prime minister Trudeau.

    $24.95, paperback
  • Black Cop

    A shocking, first-person account of a Mountie who went from small-town Newfoundland to undercover drug work in Toronto to guarding prime ministers and presidents. All along, the racism he encountered from the public was easier to handle than the racism of fellow police officers — and the RCMP hierarchy.
    $24.95, paperback
  • Beverley McLachlin

    As a biography of one of the most influential Canadian judges, this book provides an account of Beverley McLachlin's unequalled impact on Canadian life
    $29.95, hardcover
  • Toronto Island Summers

    A touching and nostalgic look back on a Toronto childhood in an idyllic city neighbourhood

    $24.95, paperback
  • The Black Donnellys

    The gruesome saga of the Black Donnellys has been heavily mythologized. A thick layer of rumour, legend, and hearsay has built up around the facts of the case. This book will be especially fascinating for all readers interested in: crime biography.
    $16.95, paperback
  • The Mystery of the Oak Island Treasure

    The mysteries of the Oak Island treasure that have baffled for over 200 years

    $16.95, paperback
    Interest ages: 11-18
  • Gang Life

    An inside account of life for ten criminal gang members from across Canada

    $24.95, paperback
  • Alexander Graham Bell

    In 1876, at only 29 years old, Alexander Graham Bell completed the invention that would turn him into a household name: the telephone.
    $8.99, epub
  • Niagara's Wine Visionaries

    How a handful of idealists and stubborn, single-minded enthusiasts created a great wine region in Niagara, Ontario.

    $24.95, paperback
  • Incredible Tales of the Royal Canadian Air Force

    The stories of the valiant Canadians who enlisted in the RCAF and fought during WWII

    $1.99, epub
    Interest ages: 11-18
  • Within the Barbed Wire Fence

    A unique memoir by a young Japanese-Canadian poet torn from his family and interned in distant labour camps for the "crime" of being Japanese during the Second World War
    $19.95, hardcover
  • Love, Hope, Optimism

    A portrait of the real Jack Layton through the eyes of neighbours, friends, family and colleagues
    $22.95, paperback
  • Isaac Brock

    The life of Upper Canada's governor and defender, Sir Isaac Brock
    $9.95, paperback
    Interest ages: 11-18
  • Hey Malarek!

    A big-city street kid remembers hit-and-run violence and hit-and-run sex
    $22.95, paperback
  • Maurice Richard

    The incredible story of hockey star Maurice Richard's which coincides with a transitional period in Quebec history and expresses the emergence of a self-confident Quebec society.
    $9.95, paperback
  • The Canadian Fuhrer

    This is the first independent biography of the leading Canadian fascist of the 1930s and 40s, Adrian Arcand. As a journalist and political organizer, Arcand was a fierce advocate of the anti-democratic views of fascism, a virulent anti-Semite, and an admirer of Hitler, Mussolini and other fascist leaders around the world. Imprisoned for his views during the Second World War, Arcand emerged to promote his ideas for three more decades. He was an early Holacaust denier, a lifelong apologist for Hitler, and an influence in right-wing politics in Canada in the 1950s and 60s.
    $35.00, hardcover
  • The Golden Age of Liberalism

    Journalist, politician, cabinet minister, Governor-General, New Brunswicker Roméo Leblanc was a leading Liberal politician in the Pearson-Trudeau-Chrétien era when Liberals dominated Canadian politics. He was also an Acadian, proud of his heritage and always conscious of the impact of federal measures on the Maritime Acadian community. This is his biography, written by the noted Acadian historian Naomi Griffiths.
    $35.00, hardcover
  • One Woman's War

    A gripping story of a courageous, lively journalist who witnessed World War Two with the French Resistance.
    $17.99, epub
  • The Invasion of Canada

    This popular history of the War of 1812 is generously illustrated with archival images as well as with colour photography taken at historical sites fromthe war.
    $19.95, paperback
  • Robert Latimer

    An unflinching look at Canada's most prominent case of "mercy killing."
    $29.95, hardcover
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