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  • Canada's State Police

    The 150 year legacy of the RCMP, Canada’s national state police.

    $27.95, paperback
  • Just Watch Me

    How can we remember Pierre Trudeau? Let Zolf count the ways.Written as Trudeau retired from active politics, illustrated with dozens of photographs chronicling his career, Just Watch Me is a fascinating record of the career of one of Canada's most enigmatic leaders.

    $24.95, paperback
  • Debts to Pay

    Written by a respected western Canadian writer, Debts to Pay offers a fresh point of view on the perennial questions of Quebec's place in the Canadian federation.
    $24.95, paperback
  • The Modern North

    The Modern North offers a sensitive assessment of the people and forces shaping the Yukon and Northwest Territories in the 1980s.

    $19.95, paperback
  • Toronto

    Telling Toronto's story from the final retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet to today's metropolis, a team of expert authors brings beautiful illustrations and fascinating, fresh perspectives together in this new natural, archaeological, and social history.
    $29.95, paperback
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    Canada and the Global Economy

    In this book, Bob Chodos, Rae Murphy, and Eric Hamovitch consider the implications of globalization for Canada.
    $29.95, epub
  • Hamilton: A People's History

    Hamilton: A People's History is lavishly illustrated with over 200 contemporary and archival images. The narrative and visuals together provide a vivid portrait of one of Ontario's most prosperous and appealing cities.
    $34.95, paperback
  • Canada's Little War

    Now in paperback, the first illustrated history of Canada's involvement in the Boer War. Control of rich resources, and strategic advantage were at stake when Great Britain waged war against two republics in Africa that declared independence. Canada was divided. Boer War expert Carman Miller book explores Canada's involvement in the conflict

    $19.95, paperback
  • 100 Fascinating Londoners

    These brief biographies reflect a century and a half of London's history and reflect key events and fascinating adventures drawn from the lives of people from all walks of life who made a lasting impression on their hometown.

    $24.95, paperback
  • Steamboats on the Lakes

    With a rich collection of paintings, photographs, and other illustrations from museums and archives across Ontario, Steamboats on the Lakes tells the unique story of the boats, the dangerous waters they plied, and the daring entrepreneurs and hardy sailors who navigated the many rough and glorious passages of the steamships' heyday.
    $24.95, paperback
  • Chinatown

    Author Paul Yee tells the stories of eight Canadian Chinatown's -- Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax -- and explores the unique culture and heritage of each.

    $34.95, paperback
  • Soft Target

    In this second edition, the two offer a detailed foreword that brings readers up-to-date with some startling new information surrounding the twin bombings on June 23, 1985.
    $27.95, paperback
  • The Fur Trade in Canada

    In this book, extensively illustrated with visuals from some of Canada's most prominent museums and archives, historian Michael Payne explores the personalities and events that shaped this powerful business.

    $24.95, paperback
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    The Mounties

    Learn about Canada's mounted police force, its history and its adventures that helped to shape Canada.

    $9.95, paperback
  • The Hamiltonians

    The Hamiltonians is a collection of stories about the most interesting and influential people who made Hamilton their home. These tales are told by some of the city's most expert writers.

    $24.95, paperback
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    Hudson's Bay Company Adventures

    This historical story of the beginnings of Canada's oldest company, the Hudson's Bay Company, comes alive in these true tales of fur-trade wars, incredible wilderness journeys, hardships, and danger.

    $9.95, paperback
  • Vive Quebec!

    Published in 2001, this collection brings together the province's leading writers and thinkers in a lively and challenging debate about Quebec nationalism.

    $19.95, paperback
  • Cabbagetown

    Lively and informative, Cabbagetown: The Story of a Victorian Neighbourhood offers residents and visitors alike a fascinating portrait of one of Toronto's most interesting neighbourhoods.

    $19.99, hardcover
  • The Rise and Fall of a Middle Power

    Published in 1993, The Rise and Fall of a Middle Power is a penetrating and thought-provoking analysis of Canada's place in the world order

    $16.95, paperback
  • Quebec Since 1930

    The second of this major two-volume history of the province, Quebec Since 1930 provides a concise account of political life while also exploring its social, economic, and cultural revolution.

    $29.95, paperback
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