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  • Emergency Medicine

    Surviving the Chaos by

    The discipline of medicine has been around since Hippocrates’ time. But the art and science of providing emergency care is constantly evolving, as shown by this book packed with the wisdom and experience Dale M. Bayliss has gleaned in his work as a ...


  • The Music In Me

    by

    Fred Parry lives in Southern Ontario. He is a lover of people and a collector of stories, music, wisdom, and grandchildren. His newspaper column, Music in Me, can be found in 'The New Hamburg Independent' Metroland Media.


  • Pause, Rewind, Play

    Old Rules For A New World by

    How can we live a meaningful life? What secret wisdom hides in past generations’ triumphs? And, most importantly, how can we embrace old rules for success in this modern world? Drawing on the legacy of his resilient Italian family and his own life ...


  • Look Ma, No Hands

    by

    On Saturday, June 27th, 2020, after 105 days of Covid-isolation alone in my tiny, single-souled apartment in Toronto, I took off on my old Raleigh bicycle, packing nothing but some bike tools, camping gear, and a change of clothes. In search of some ...


  • Book One: To Sea

    From Sand to Sea and Distant Shores by

    With incredible clarity and in vivid detail, this 10-year Navy veteran, explains and involves you in the action of the times … the Cold War in the Pacific Ocean during the mid to late 1950’s from Boot Camp and basic training, to service aboard a ...


  • Unmasking of Our Interiors

    A Queer Incubator of Courage, Resilience and Interior Design Leadership by

    A memoir of survival, rebellion, and tenacity, this narrative follows the author’s incredible life journey, from survivor and outcast to mentor, ground-breaker, and advocate for LGBTQ+ rights. Born a preemie and raised in disfunction and poverty on ...


  • Prudence Heward

    Canadian Modernist Painter by

    At a time of disdain for modern art and widespread discrimination against women artists, Prudence Heward challenged the conventional in portraits that capture subtleties of emotion and often reflect her own struggles against illness and family ...


  • Radio Kid

    by

    Having recently moved to the Township of Scarborough, Laurence (or Lolly, to his pals) is coming out of O’Brien’s smoke shop with a copy of the latest Blackhawk comic book in hand. Outside he stumbles across Billy, a boy he’s never seen before. ...


  • From Coal Oil Lanterns to FaceTime

    A Memoir by

    From Coal Oil Lanterns to FaceTime spans over 95 years of family life in rural northern New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Montreal, Ottawa, and Halifax. In this thought-provoking, emotional and compelling story, the author details her mother’s ...


  • ALL CAPS

    Stories That Justify an Outrageous Hat Collection by

    In March 2020, during the great COVID-19 lockdown, television producer Craig Colby’s work disappeared. He marked the time by wearing a different baseball hat every day, posting a picture with a story about each one on social media. A community of ...