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Westbank Millionaire

This book portrays the resilience of a poor Indigenous kid from a British Columbia reserve as he goes head-to-head with racism and oppression to become an internationally respected Indigenous leader, entrepreneur and billionaire.

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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

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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.

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BlackBerry Town

A 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

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Canadians and the Chinese Labour Corps in the First World War

An untold story about the clandestine operation to transport 80,000 Chinese labourers from remote Chinese villages, across Canada and all the way to the European battlefront to aid in the war effort and the mistreatment and racism they faced along the way.

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If I Go Missing

Powerfully written and beautifully illustrated, this graphic nonfiction book reveals an Indigenous teen's response to a human rights crisis.

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Mining Country

Through a richly illustrated chronological narrative, this book tells the story of the mining industry in Canada. As a source of resources for industry, jobs for thousands and great fortunes for some, but also labour strife, devastating environmental impacts and destruction of First Nations traditional lands.

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No Holds Barred

An engrossing, tell-all account of what it means to fight for workers' rights by a union leader whose approach to his work and to this book is the same — no holds barred.

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Dressed to Play

A young athlete faces the pressure to redefine her self-image as more "girly."

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Powwow Summer
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