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Archival images and contemporary photos illuminate the history of Toronto's businesses and industries.$29.95, paperback
This book shows how Canada’s steadily increasing wealth — which has mostly gone to the top one per cent over the last 20 years — can be successfully taxed to pay for the social programs Canadians need and want, from pharmacare and child care to better care for the elderly to much lower costs for post-secondary students.$24.95, paperbackA new history of the Blackberry innovation that documents how the resources and people of Kitchener-Waterloo supported, facilitated and benefited from the achievement that Blackberry represents$24.95, paperbackLongtime trade unionist Fred Wilson's behind the scenes account of the merger between the CEP and CAW to form Unifor — Canada's largest private sector union.$24.95, paperbackThis book explains the breakdown of Canadian cultural industries and outlines that for them to be saved we must adapt cultural policy to the digital age.$24.95, paperbackPetroleum is at the root of most conflicts in the world today. It infiltrates politics and is closely associated with power. This book offers new understanding of what has been happening in world's "hot spot" countries.$27.95, paperback
The powerful role of schools in the experience of refugee children and teens and their parents in becoming part of Canadian society$22.95, paperbackA critical perspective on the last five decades of Canadian life$27.95, paperbackNew insights on making deals that work for both sides from the people who do it best.$29.95, hardcover$19.95, paperbackAn unbiased, no-holds-barred look at what your financial advisor won't tell you about your pension and investments$22.95, paperbackThe triumphs and setbacks of workers and the union movement in Canada$19.99, epubWhere to find the trillions governments need to end the world's economic crisis$22.95, paperback
The full story of Alberta's tar sands developments and their impacts -- social, economic, political and environmental -- by a noted public policy analyst and activist.
Is the integrity of Canadian universities being threatened by big business and a results driven environment?
$24.95, paperbackThe World Trade Organization: A Citizen's Guide offers an independent view of WTO actions in areas ranging from agriculture and the environment to labour and culture, tracing how it promotes the interests of global corporations at the expense of citizens.$22.95, paperbackThis book looks at the corrosive influence of corporations on postsecondary education, with essays from some of Canada's most prominent scholars.$19.95, paperbackRicher and Poorer is an acute and detailed analysis of the disparities of wealth and poverty as experienced in 1990s Canada.$34.95, hardcoverThe Ontario Alternative Budget Papers analyses neo-conservative slash-and-burn budgets of the late 1990s, offering humane, effective options for public finance.$35.00, paperbackScroll to Top