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  • Chasing the Muse: Canada

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    By adapting a code of conduct at a young age (the Code of the Trail), Lloyd embarked on a lifelong quest to live out his every dream. He became a pilot, he had a brush with the big time in the NHL, he flew with the Snowbirds, he had remarkable ...


  • Is There Any Ice Cream?

    Surviving the Challenges of Caregiving for a Loved One with Alzheimer's, Anxiety, and COPD by

    In 2018, the Alzheimer Society of Canada website showed over half a million people in Canada were living with dementia. That same year, the Alzheimer Association website reported that over 5.7 million in the US were living with a form of memory ...


  • Another Land

    Glimpses of Life in Prose and Poetry by

    To visit Another Land, one must first embark on a journey, and then learn to appreciate new surroundings and be prepared for new experiences. Poet Elizabeth Fleet does just this in her collection of wonderfully lyrical poetry and insightful and ...


  • I'm Still Standing

    Saved by God's Amazing Grace: From Brokenness to Wholeness by

    Lorne Gregory was on top of the world the day she married Jamie Jones. But within weeks of their marriage, it became painfully obvious that something was wrong. Believing deeply in her vow to love and support him for better or worse, Lorne pulls out ...


  • We Marines

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    The Vietnam era was a time of turmoil and change in the United States, one of anger and anguish for some; especially among young men facing a call up for military service. Writings about this time have focused mostly on the protest viewpoint. But ...


  • The Girl Next Door Meets Cancer

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    “I hope that my experience can encourage other women to pay attention to their bodies and trust their instincts.” These are the brave words of the late Hayleigh Noel O’Brien, who, shortly before her 31st birthday, was diagnosed with a form of ...


  • Memories Best Forgotten

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    Nothing is simple for Rickey Parkitt-Mann, an innocent and impressionable boy who relocates with his family to No. 1 Fighter Wing Air Force Base in Marville, France. The year is 1956, and at the tender age of six, Rickey is thrown into early ...


  • Lady with the Iron Ring

    An Engineer’s Memoir of Hope, Luck and Success by

    In 1978, Nattalia Lea became the first woman to graduate from the University of British Columbia with a bio-resources engineering degree – an era when less than 0.5% of Canadian professional engineers were female. Then 26 years later, in 2004, after ...


  • Deep Roots

    A Personal Family History by

    Everyone of us is who and where we are today because of the efforts and decisions of those who came before us -- our ancestors. This book traces the history of nine of my ancestral families, from their small farming villages in Germany, through the ...