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  • The Way It Was

    by

    For many families living in South Russia, Canada was seen as the promised land, a place to escape famine and the communist regime. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, migration from the Motherland was fraught with both fear and promise, the potential ...


  • My Story: Embracing My Stutter

    by

    This book is about my life growing up and living with a speech challenge. It is the kind of book I wish I had read when I was 13 years old and even as an adult. It is a book that encourages anyone living with a challenge real or perceived, to not ...


  • Ikpiarjuk

    My Challenges Teaching in a Land of Inuit by

    We travel to India to see the Taj Mahal, Egypt to see Pyramids, Turkey to see Blue Mosque, Italy to see Colosseum, South America in quest of Inca civilization, and so on. But very few travel to Nunavut – A Land of Inuit. Md Abdus Salam – the ...


  • As Far As I Can Remember

    A Memoir by

    From Nigeria to Canada and back again: Francis Omoruyi’s immigrant story explores the challenges of corruption, racism, and crime, but also the joys of achievement, aspiration, and community connection. Born in a small Nigerian village, Francis was ...


  • Case Dismissed

    A Biography of Judge Charles J Durham Sr. by

    Charles James Durham was born into a Black family during the Great Depression, a time when businesses were forced to shut down, leaving thousands of people without jobs. Families struggled to keep a roof over their heads, and food on their tables. ...


  • Confessions of a Coyote

    As told by Stella Coyote by

    After the death of her parents, Stella is separated from her community and her siblings and placed into a system that is set up to break her. Realizing that she can only rely on herself to survive in the world, Stella uses her natural instincts to ...


  • White Mask

    A Re-Celebration of My First Nation Heritage, A Memoir by

    Why are so many Natives, First Nations, Indians, Metis, Inuits, Aboriginals, Indigenous People, and Amerindians ashamed of whom they are? Where does this shame come from? Why does it exist today? These questions are the underlying fabric of the ...


  • Monkey Tales and Other Short Stories

    by

    Monkey Tales and other Short Stories is a collection of 14 short stories based on the author’s life growing up in East Africa, his global travels, experiences working in Canada and abroad, and more. Hirji deftly blurs the boundaries between memoir ...


  • Secrets, Surprises, and Love

    My Childhood Journey by

    Growing up on a hard-working farm in the fifties, Julie and her siblings know the power of sticking together. Through accidents, near-escapes, bullying, and occasional racism, they rely on each other, delighting in the landscape and fierce seasons ...


  • A Beautiful Ray of Sunshine

    Restoring Hope to a 1994 Rwandan Tutsi Genocide Survivor by

    This book avails the details of Janette’s life from her upbringing in Uganda to her travels throughout East Africa, Rwanda and the Western world as a young adult up to today. It brings tears, laughter and insights to the cultural shocks that we all ...