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  • Doug Peters

    Bay Street Economist on Parliament Hill by

    Doug Peters was one of the most prominent business economists in Canada between 1966 and 1992 in his role as chief economist of the Toronto Dominion Bank. He was an outspoken critic of the economic policies of the Progressive Conservative government ...


  • Defining Pearl

    ...a precious difference by

    Written with uncommon candor ‘Defining Pearl’ ignites emotions making this a compelling, deeply moving memoir. More than a decade in the making this powerful publication presents how since childhood Pearl Matibe lived a prosperous lifestyle. Her ...


  • Rude Awakening

    The Government's Secret War Against Canada's Veterans by

    Following a military career of over thirty years, which includes deployments to Bosnia and Afghanistan, Colonel Pat Stogran becomes Canada’s first Veterans Ombudsman. The new Office of the Veterans Ombudsman is intended to be a symbol of Canada’s ...


  • 1947. A Memoir of Indian Independence

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    M. Zahir was born in Ludhiana in the Indian Province of Punjab in 1936. His father was a doctor in the Punjab Medical Service and at the time of Indian Independence was in charge of the Government Hospital in the small town of Mukerian. Zahir ...


  • Life in the Marble Palace

    In Praise of Folly by

    As a 24 year former member of the United States Congress, Mr. Stearns describes the lessons he learned from getting elected and re-elected, his experience as a legislator and finally the lessons he learned about our Republic. These lessons go to the ...


  • Her Worship

    Moments in History, Moments in Time by

    Not long after Susan Thompson became Mayor of Winnipeg in 1992, she was given official documents to sign. She immediately noticed “His Worship” printed on all the documents, to the left of where she was to sign her name… not “Her/His” Worship, just ...


  • Thin Power

    How former Calgary Mayor Rod Sykes stamped his brand on the city . . . And scorched some sacred cows by

    Thin Power is the unauthorized biography of former mayor of Calgary, Rod Sykes, featuring the achievements and bitter controversies of his eight-year term ending in 1977. Publicly revealed for the first time are details of Sykes' unorthodox ...


  • The Honourable Aleck

    Love, Law and Tragedy in Early Canada by

    The Honourable Aleck is the true story of the life and times of Alexander Rocke Robertson and Margaret Bruce Eberts, Aleck’s beloved wife ‘Maggie’. Born and raised in Chatham, Upper Canada, ‘Aleck’ Robertson came to British Columbia in 1864 as a ...


  • Suddenly, a Criminal: Sixteen Years in Siberia

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    "Those among us who survived," says Melanija, "did so because we were unbelievably full of the determination and will to live, and faith in our ultimate liberation, as well as because all the disasters arose unexpectedly." From her own and some of ...


  • Tacking into the Wind

    of the established order by

    I joined the teachers’ revolution of the 60s, expecting to work for a just and honored profession. Colliding symbiotic values fomented into the experiences that defined my future. The established order asked us to comply and compromise. Idealism ...