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  • Secrets of an Elusive Father

    A Story about Love, Sorrow and Loyalty by

    Everyone has their secrets but at what cost? When author Caroll Lesage was connected with his half-sister, neither of them could predict the secrets they would unearth together about their father. From secret love affairs and love triangles to ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • A Metis Man's Dream

    From Traplines to Tugboats in Canada's North by

    Where there’s a Gill, there’s a way. Gordon Gill is a gentle, hard-working Métis man whose journey began on his Iroquois-Cree grandfather’s trapline and evolved into a successful business career. His story is one of change and the passing of not ...


  • Apartheid

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    On Challenging Journeys We Find Out Who We Are Apartheid is a powerful memoir of Una's Personal and political struggles growing up in the peaceful community of Vrededorp, Johannesburg, South Africa. By age nine, the political arena in South ...


  • The Passage Onto the Way

    Who observes my Travels, Rest and Thoughts: tie “my three” 0nto your Way Lord so You are …? by

    The Passage onto the Way is a focused look backward to when a catastrophic future was born and founded on political greed, as well as an agenda of how to chart the pathway forward to peaceful development and stability. It is a look at a means though ...


  • Elizabeth, Child Bride

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    You’re twelve years old and your father tells you that you’re to marry a local merchant to save the family farm and settle an outstanding debt. The merchant, many years your senior, has made his desires for you quite clear and out of desperation, ...


  • By the Sweat of His Brow

    The R. M. Probstfield Family at Oakport Farm by

    “If I had promised to be a priest and kept my word, today I would be . . . a feted-up, high-living hypocrite in the so-called vineyard of the Lord, and not a farmer . . . earning his bread by the sweat of his brow.” Defying his Catholic parents’ ...


  • Beyond Tribal

    Reflections on Belonging by

    Like most immigrants, Anne Carr and her husband, Geoffrey, adjusted their world view when they emigrated from Britain to Canada in the 1960s. The differences they found in their new country took them out of their comfort zone and made them question ...