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Champions of Women's Rights

Passionate, principled Canadians who fought successfully for equal rights for women.

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Great Canadian Imposters

Canadian imposters, the roles they played, their true identities and what drove them to masquerade

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The Black Donnellys

The gruesome saga of the Black Donnellys has been heavily mythologized. A thick layer of rumour, legend, and hearsay has built up around the facts of the case. This book will be especially fascinating for all readers interested in: crime biography.

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9781552777916 | Published: December 2011

Maurice Richard

The incredible story of hockey star Maurice Richard's which coincides with a transitional period in Quebec history and expresses the emergence of a self-confident Quebec society.

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The Avro Arrow: A Picture History

Dramatic images tell the story of the creation -- and destruction -- of the best aircraft in the world.

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9781552778951 | Published: October 2011

The Halifax Explosion

A gripping account of the events of explosion in Halifax harbour, and stories of the heroes and survivors coping with the devastation.

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9781552779439 | Published: October 2011

The Canadian Fuhrer

This is the first independent biography of the leading Canadian fascist of the 1930s and 40s, Adrian Arcand. As a journalist and political organizer, Arcand was a fierce advocate of the anti-democratic views of fascism, a virulent anti-Semite, and an admirer of Hitler, Mussolini and other fascist leaders around the world. Imprisoned for his views during the Second World War, Arcand emerged to promote his ideas for three more decades. He was an early Holacaust denier, a lifelong apologist for Hitler, and an influence in right-wing politics in Canada in the 1950s and 60s.

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The Golden Age of Liberalism

Journalist, politician, cabinet minister, Governor-General, New Brunswicker Roméo Leblanc was a leading Liberal politician in the Pearson-Trudeau-Chrétien era when Liberals dominated Canadian politics. He was also an Acadian, proud of his heritage and always conscious of the impact of federal measures on the Maritime Acadian community. This is his biography, written by the noted Acadian historian Naomi Griffiths.

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Canada's Soldiers in South Africa

Stories of Canadian troops fighting a guerilla war with Dutch farmers on African soil.

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Lethal Ladies

Crimes of passion, tales of deceit and treachery!

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