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  • For the Caregiver

    Providing Yourself Emotional Support on Your Caregiving Journey by

    A loved one’s terminal illness diagnosis can be terrifying. If we hold onto that fear and carry it into a caregiving role, we will be left exhausted, ill-equipped to cope, and feeling powerless. What’s more, we will find it extremely difficult to be ...


  • A Good Man

    A Prisoner of War's True Account of Betrayal and Survival During the Second World War by

    This is the story of Lorne Shetler, a distinguished Second World War veteran and former prisoner of war. Driven by a desire to preserve her father's remarkable story for generations to follow, his daughter Jeanie immersed herself in his journals, ...


  • flood

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    In November 2021, disaster struck the Sumas Prairie in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. A massive, heavy rainfall made land causing floods and mudslides – destroying homes, livelihoods and lives. Flood is a firsthand account of one woman’s ...


  • FIX

    An Untold Story of Obsession, Seduction, Addiction & Despair by

    As a college dropout and part-time restaurant worker in downtown Toronto, Kevin is stuck in a rut. He wanders the city aimlessly and lives a solitary life while his mental health steadily declines. After reconnecting with an old college crush, he ...


  • Saving the Art of Medicine

    Observations of a Practitioner by

    In his deeply thoughtful book, Dr. Sussman provides an expansive view of the field and all that being a healer entails. Sharing stories from his training as well as practice, drawing on data from a wealth of studies, and including a nuanced ...


  • Education for Hope

    A Course Correction by

    This book traces the little-known history of an alternative school system erected in Canada by post-WWII Dutch Neo-Calvinist immigrants. In less than four decades, this community established a kindergarten to university education system that ...


  • Mind the Gap

    Midlife Realisations, Reflections and Stories by an Ordinary Human by

    Does true happiness exist? And are you standing in your own way of living life to the fullest? Perhaps you feel trapped, striving to climb the corporate ladder or to reach those milestones of love, sexuality, family, and friendship that society has ...


  • Brother Broken

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    Those of us who have had our lives touched by suicide know they will never be the same. In this striking work of personal memoir, author Cecile Beaulieu unearths this irrevocable fact. In the mid-century Canadian Midwest, Cecile and her six ...


  • Bob Collymore

    A Short Impactful Life (?) by

    This book is as much about Robert William Collymore, the man many Kenyans fell in love with, as it is about a Kenyan society that seemingly saw only what was good about him. “Bob Collymore: A Short Impactful Life(?)” is the dichotomy between the ...


  • Tales of Their Lives

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    The family biographies I have written are the stories of my ancestors, our ancestors: How they lived; how they struggled, being surrounded by their families, their social history, and geography until their eventual death. Some died prematurely while ...