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  • Three Minutes for a Dog

    My Life in an Iron Lung by

    Contrary to popular belief Polio is not extinct. This is the true story of an indomitable spirit afflicted with unimaginable physical and psychological challenges. Paul Alexander’s life is a saga that started in 1946 and has been profoundly shaped ...


  • The Pocket Adoption Coach

    Wisdom for life shared through heartening personal account by

    The Pocket Adoption Coach is a woman’s personal tale of becoming a mother. With candour and heart, Michele Hengen invites us along on the journey of highs and lows that tracked her family’s evolution from aching couple to five-person glory, courtesy ...


  • Mending Nerves

    An Empathetic Journey with Multiple Sclerosis by

    EVERYTHING THAT HE THOUGHT would happen could no longer happen. His failing physical abilities reminded him while his eyes affirmed this truth. Or so he thought. Mending Nerves follows the journey of Lobio, a seasoned physiotherapist working ...


  • Lost But Never Alone

    by

    This is a true story of the life of MaryAnn Westgard in her own words and as she lived it. It is a story of how alcoholism can destroy a family and cause consequences that last a lifetime. It is a story filled with love, adventure, mystery, ...


  • Calming Dr. Twitch-A-Lot Volume 2

    From Heroic Fantasy to Human Reality-An Approximate Autobiography by

    Calming Dr. Twitch-A-Lot Volume 1 culminates in Evelyn Wolff’s transformation into an artist. Volume 2 opens with Evelyn passionately embarking on her apprenticeship in stained glass. As well she trains as a psychotherapist and begins her Buddhist ...


  • When We Were Hit By the Wind

    A Canadian doctor’s letters from Vietnam during the American war by

    VIETNAM. In the western world, the name itself conjures up specific images and feelings: oppressive jungle heat; young, battle-weary soldiers far from home; political upheaval at home and abroad … We feel the fear and sadness and anger that always ...


  • Hockey Doc

    Stories on Fifty Years of Medical Care to the Montreal Canadiens by

    The Western Division of the Montreal General Hospital was so close to the Forum that Montréal Canadiens players could put on skate guards and walk to the hospital’s emergency room. This was not a coincidence and established proximity as a priority. ...


  • Caregiver's Survival Toolkit

    Go from Surviving to Thriving by

    Don’t struggle! Ease and Tranquility are your Caregiving Rights. Insight! Impact! Results! INSIGHT: Discover the impact of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease on the family unit. Gain insight into what the patient experiences. IMPACT: Learn ...


  • Hometown Asylum

    A History and Memoir of Institutional Care by

    Starting in 1911, and for many years, the Alberta Hospital Ponoka, or AHP, was the largest and highest-population psychiatric institution in the Western Canadian Province of Alberta. It was also located on the outskirts of Jack Martin’s hometown, ...


  • Love Always

    My Wife’s Courageous Battle Against Triple-Negative Breast Cancer by

    It started with a worrisome lump in Donna’s neck. It was May 2017. At the time, John and Donna Corrigan were looking forward to the publication of John’s debut non-fiction title about the Red Knight. John had spent twenty-four years doing meticulous ...