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Strange & Supernatural

Spine chilling accounts of supernatural stories of the Maritimes.

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True-Life Adventures of Canada's Bush Pilots

The exploits and adventures of Canadian bush pilots and the planes they have flown.


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Dundurn Castle

Fashioning Fabric

This engaging social history explores the methods, tools, and patterns used by early immigrants to create their homemade textiles and offers striking examples of clothing, quilts, and coverlets.

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Great Forests and Mighty Men

A colourful and fascinating story of the men who worked in eastern Canada's early forest industry with many colour and black and white illustrations and photographs from leading historic sites in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes, this book is a very human history of almost legendary figures.

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The Power of the Press

The story of the early presses and colourful figures behind the fight for editorial freedom in Canada.

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Heat

Focusing on the life and career of Captain Bob Shaw, Jon Wells puts a human face on his account of Canada's worst toxic fire -- the Plastimet fire in Hamilton, Ontario.

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Lumber Kings and Shantymen

David Lee presents an in-depth history of the Ottawa Valley and the economy that dominated its formative years, as well as examining the environmental impact on the region's natural resources.

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The West

This third edition of this popular and successful history describes how many key events and issues in Canadian history emerge from the country's four western provinces.

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9781550289053 | Published: December 2005

Spies in Our Midst

Igor Gouzenko was a former clerk in the Soviet embassy in Ottawa who defected to the West in 1945. His story was so astounding that, at first, no one believed him. But the evidence he smuggled from the embassy eventually led to the arrest of a large Soviet spy ring in Canada, and sent Gouzenko into hiding for the rest of his life. His revelations reverberated throughout the world and ignited the Cold War.

Paperback   Out of stock indefinitely
9781554390281 | Published: November 2005