HeaderImage.2.jpg


Honest Politics Now

This book critically analyzes changes introduced and implemented over the last two decades intended to deal with ethical issues in politics using high-profile political scandals as case studies. With contributions from experts from across the country, this book explores the standards of accountability to which Canadian politicians are now being held.

Paperback    $24.95     Add To Cart     View other formats

Run for Your Life

Cross-country runner Chris trains with a Native kid who has been displaced by a fire in the community and learns what it's like to be a refugee and literally run for your life.

Paperback    $12.95     Add To Cart     View other formats

Rivals for Power: Ottawa and the Provinces

This book provides a history of Canadian federalism and the various politicians over the years who have engaged in an ongoing push and pull over power between Ottawa and the provinces. Ed Whitcomb examines their past successes and failures and the ongoing challenges to the country's unity.

Paperback    $27.95     Add To Cart     View other formats

The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Canada

Independent experts on the costs and benefits of the TPP for Canada

Paperback    $22.95     Add To Cart     View other formats

Too Young to Die

The never-before-told story of underage youth in uniform

Hardback    $34.95     Add To Cart     View other formats

Righting Canada's Wrongs Resource Guide

A resource guide for the Righting Canada's Wrongs series that provides seven lessons in historical thinking.

Paperback    $24.95     Add To Cart     View other formats

Canada Since 1960: A People's History

A critical perspective on the last five decades of Canadian life

Paperback    $27.95     Add To Cart     View other formats

Their Town

A no-holds-barred portrait of Hamilton civic life in the 1970s

Paperback    $24.95     Add To Cart     View other formats

Righting Canada's Wrongs Series Set 2016
Hardback   Out of print
9781459411203 | Published: January 2016

Righting Canada's Wrongs: Residential Schools