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  • Tim's Story

    A Canadian Airman in World War II by

    Courage. Heroism. Endurance. These qualities are emblematic of the stories of thousands of Canadians who fought during World War II. Canadians like Tim Carlon, a young Montrealer who went off to war, doing his part in a global struggle whose legacy ...


  • Losing Us

    A Dementia Caregiver's Journey by

    Losing Us: A Dementia Caregiver’s Journey, is a candid, compassionate and sometimes humorous memoir of Author Rosella Leslie’s heartbreaking struggles and triumphs during her twelve years as her husband’s primary caregiver. It is also an informal ...


  • This is War and I Ain’t Kiddin’

    A Collection of World War II Letters from Dad by

    Deep in the bottom of her late mother’s cedar chest, Barbara Gales Macaulay discovered a lifeline to the past: more than 300 letters written by her late father, Richard “Dick” Gales to his wife “Hay” (Hazel) when he was a soldier during World War ...


  • Scar Tissue

    My Fight to Survive Multiple Intense Compound Traumas by

    A true story detailing a lifetime of toxic relationships and shocking abuses of every sort, which started in early childhood, Scar Tissue illustrates exactly how damaging unchecked anger, untreated mental illness, and familial disfunction can be to ...


  • The Hallman Legacy

    Impact of the Hallman Family in Waterloo Region by

    In South Central Ontario, the Lyle S. Hallman Foundation has contributed almost $90 million to Waterloo Region for social, educational, and mental health services since 2004. It is one of Canada’s largest philanthropic trusts. Yet, despite this ...


  • Keep Your Chin Up

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    The year is 2020—the onset of a global pandemic. As officials around the world begin imposing lockdown protocols, billions of people are finding themselves locked in their homes, isolated from their communities and the connections that sustain their ...


  • Circling the Edge

    Listening to the Whispers of the Wild Soul by

    Growing up in a Scottish Presbyterian family in the nineteen fifties, Wilma is completely at odds with her inner world. Craving something she could not name and defying cultural expectations, she leaves Scotland. Her search takes her all over the ...


  • On Constance

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    In April 2013, Karin Konoval travelled by train to New Orleans for a four-month film shoot. While this story isn’t about the film, the fact that she was portraying an orangutan in it laid the path, in a unique way, for her personal journey beyond ...


  • After 60 and On the Edge Like Indiana Jones

    Amazing Experiences Through Volunteering and Travel by

    The Canadian Executive Service Organization (CESO-SACO) is a volunteer organization that utilizes Canadian business professionals to help developing nations in capacities related to their domestic business expertise. After more than three decades of ...


  • Go With Me on This

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    Growing up in rural Saskatchewan, Troy Schaab’s life focused on hockey and the farm—though his true love was music. Spending the last two years of high school in North Battleford to play hockey, he soon realized that his dream of becoming a heavy ...