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  • Diary of a Mad Travel Writer

    Discovery and Misadventure on the Path Less Taken by

    When Carolyn Walton, journalist and mother of four, pitched her first travel story to the Ottawa Citizen in 1984, recounting her adventures in Rio de Janeiro, little did she realize that she was about to embark on a remarkable career that would span ...


  • In His Steps

    The Life and Times of Wilberforce Cooper, Vancouver's Skid Road Priest by

    This book describes the experiences of the author’s great-uncle, Wilberforce Cooper, who was an Anglican priest ministering to the people of Vancouver’s downtown east side during 1921-1952. Reverend Cooper began his ecclesiastical calling in the ...


  • Medicine The Dirty Profession

    A Life Long Struggle of A Medical Doctor by

    Don’t Trust Your Doctor! Do you know what to do when a loved one gets sick? Or, do you know how to handle medical information that a doctor gives you? And furthermore, can you trust what your doctor tells you? Medicine the Dirty Profession is a ...


  • From Pole to Pole with a Few Stops Between

    A Collection of Stories and Poems by

    Thirty-five years of bush type flying in some of the harshest conditions in the world have resulted in many memorable experiences that I would like to share. A lot of my early flying was done along the west coast of British Columbia and in the ...


  • Unsettled Self

    A Journey Back From Radicalism by

    Unsettled Self: A Journey Back From Radicalism is the deeply personal story of a white woman’s experiences with radical social justice while fighting for Indigenous rights in Canada. As a university student and “bleeding-heart liberal,” Cate Belbin ...


  • The Doors that God Opens

    How Resilience and Determination led to a Doctorate by

    The Doors that God Opens tells the story of a woman, who from at birth displayed resilience, strength, and determination. However, she didn’t do it by herself, even though she didn’t know it yet, God was truly her compass and guide. She had the ...


  • Down Clearbrook Road

    A Girl in a BC Mennonite Village, 1946 –1951 by

    From Alberta, a young Mennonite girl arrives in BC, a"promised land of fruit and relatives. The fruit, it turns out, needs pickers and relatives want kids to work. Even her imagined fabulous "States" is across a border. Her parents buy a farm on ...


  • 334 Duckworth St.

    by

    Laughs and more laughs are in store as you follow this true story of the author and his young family in all their attempts to improve their living conditions. Their cold water flat and surrounding neighbors and friends provide the backdrop for some ...


  • Without Reserve

    A Memoir Part Two by

    In this second volume of her memoir, Dorinda Vollmer continues her life story following her departure from the Roseau River Indian Reserve in southern Manitoba in June, 1981. Settling in Ontario, she established her ministry in small rural towns ...


  • The Unwanted Twins

    God is always watching by

    As a child, Heidi Kline endured unfathomable physical and sexual abuse at the hands of almost everyone she ever trusted. She and her twin sister, Holly, were labelled "The Unwanted Twins" by their entire family and spent their early years feeling ...