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Nowhere to Call Home

Photographs and Stories of the Homeless by

“I invite you to look into the eyes of the homeless… they tell a story.” Homelessness is a serious problem throughout North America—even in Canada and the United States, two of the richest countries in the world. “We must stop this madness,” says Leah Denbok, the teenage Canadian photographer who travelled with her dad for over two years to cities throughout North America, photographing and interviewing the homeless. Leah was inspired by the story of her mother, who at three years old was ...

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Six Days of Impossible

Navy SEAL Hell Week - A Doctor Looks Back by

Hell Week has never been described so effectively. Six days in Hell define every SEAL that moves past the point of no return in their minds. Robert Adams, MD brings the experiences of his classmates into view with real, difficult to believe experiences, described in frightening detail by the men that lived through the frigid cold, filthy muddy days, and body destroying events of a winter Hell Week. Eleven of seventy men went on to graduate and serve over 40 years in almost every SEAL or UDT ...

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Not Just a Toot


A comical potty training rhyming book that will have the whole family laughing all the way to the toilet! A rootin'-tootin' good time for adults and kids as they laugh and learn. Look inside for some 'heinie hiccup' sound suggestions or create your own. This all time favourite is a must have for your library and bathroom!

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Blissful Blues


Encapsulating the chaos and angst of a young heart and old soul combined, within the structured format of stanza and verse, Blissful Blues is the first offering of an up-and coming poet, with life experiences and wisdom far beyond her years. With subjects touching upon everything from love and loss to bigotry and betrayal, its message speaks clearly to its readers in a voice worth hearing. Whether you’re looking back on your life and remembering the good old days when you first fell in love and ...

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Empowered and Strong

Navigating safely through the storms of life by

Understanding and dealing with the challenges of modern life is not easy. We need support and guidance to navigate our complex emotions and cope in a rapidly changing world. Drawing on the ancient wisdom of the East, and years of experience working in Western psychiatry, Dr. Sinha shares a series of analogies that help us understand ourselves. We are awakened to the possibility of not only surviving, but thriving. These analogies have been tried and tested in his clinical practice in England ...

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Life at the End of Us Versus Them

Cross Culture Stories by

Our present moment can no longer sustain a stable “us” defined against an alien “them.” So say René Girard and Ivan Illich, radical critics of both Christianity and culture. If they are right, this makes our time an endtime. The end of us against them can deteriorate into the chaos of each against each, or it can open outward into freely chosen communion. It is an expectant—and apocalyptic—time. How does one live in this strange, endtime world? As a wanderer in the odd, cross-culture country ...

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Growing Up Is Hard To Do

Reflections on your earliest beginnings to your late teenage years by

Growing Up is Hard to Do, yet there are very few comprehensive “how to” manuals for young people, to help them negotiate and understand what momentous changes occur on the winding road between infancy and adulthood. In this helpful, highly readable manual, Dr. Spence, an Obstetrician and Gynecologist, with further sub-specialty training in Pediatric Gynecology, examines each stage of development, pointing out the many difficulties that may be encountered along the way. He tackles the issues ...

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Finding Lost


Finding Lost is a powerful story of one Indigenous woman’s lifelong struggle to find who she is. She shares a story of childhood trauma; a story that is still only too common for many Indigenous women today. Walk into Nancy’s life, and share in her journey as she braids her childhood memories in the lives of five women struggling to survive. Meet the kind of women Nancy thinks she could have become had she not turned life in her favour. Meet Anna, a homeless woman who reveals Nancy’s past. ...

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The Red Knight


The Red Knight is the product of 25 years of meticulous research. It is, arguably, the most comprehensive account ever written about the Canadian Air Force’s legendary solo jet-aerobatics performer. An important part of Canadian aviation history, the Red Knight is second only to the Snowbirds in longevity and total number of performances. The Red Knight chronicles the history of the program, from its conception in 1957 to its cancellation in 1970. Everyone who has enjoyed watching the ...

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The Making of a Tattoo

Canadian Armed Forces Tattoo 1967 by

A major theatrical production that was seen by almost three million Canadians. Broadcast twice by the Canadian Broadcasting Company on two occasions. The show took four years to research and develop. There were calls to tour the show through the United States and Europe as a symbol of Canadian culture. The Canadian Armed Forces Tattoo 1967 was the premiere event in Canada's centennial year. Hailed by many in the press to keep the production and make it an annual event. While all the performers ...