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  • Nature Nurture Nourish

    Immense Suffering; Tremendous Love; Persistent Presence by

    I will share the inspirations that shape this story as a cosmology into a deeper reflection of what it is to choose our way, and evolve continuously, in nature, nurture and nourishment, moving from immense suffering, through tremendous love and ...


  • Wilderness Memoirs

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    Have you ever wondered what living in and among nature would be like? In this richly detailed memoir, Ken Bernier recounts his lifelong love for the Northern Ontario hinterland. Wilderness Memoirs takes you on a multi-decade trip through Ontario’s ...


  • For Every Mile of Road There is Two Miles of Ditch

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    Addiction and adventure. Crime and punishment. Hardship and challenge. Dick Richardson has been to hell and back again, struggling through addiction and recovery and coming out on top. His life as a sailor introduced him to the rougher side of life, ...


  • Look Ma, No Hands

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    On Saturday, June 27th, 2020, after 105 days of Covid-isolation alone in my tiny, single-souled apartment in Toronto, I took off on my old Raleigh bicycle, packing nothing but some bike tools, camping gear, and a change of clothes. In search of some ...


  • Lawyer on Wheels

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    Lawyer on Wheels is part travelogue, part adventure and part biography. Most of all, it is a book about bicycling, written by a man whose life has been inextricably linked with this pastime. The author has spent most of his life touring the world, ...


  • My Love Affair with Fear

    How Fear Enabled Me to Become Who I Was Created to Be by

    Brad’s life has been tested - his body ravaged by disease; his life spared during death-defying adventures; his fear as he speaks to an audience of 1,100. As tough as these moments have been, he shares his insights into ‘dancing with fear’. Brad’s ...


  • Anvil

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    In Canada’s North, the snow is relentless. And below the permafrost, the mines hold nearly as many secrets as they do veins of ore. It’s the 1960s, and John Vance has traveled from a teacher’s college in Toronto to an isolated Yukon gold-mining ...


  • Homesteading in the Last Best West

    Based on JB Hansen's Personal Memoir by

    THE AUTHOR TOOK HER GRANDFATHER JB HANSEN’S memoir, written before his death in the mid sixties, and by augmenting it with a variety of interesting primary sources, and her own personal comments, she brings new life to the realities of southeastern ...


  • Snow Nomad

    An Avalanche Memoir by

    From bombs to bombillas, Snow Nomad: An Avalanche Memoir, chronicles the fifty seasons author Alan Dennis worked in the avalanche patch, travelling between Canada, New Zealand, Scotland, and Argentina. His nomadic account is composed of “facts, ...


  • If I Had Only Known

    My Unexpected Adventures in the BC Forest Industry by

    I often wonder if I would have made a different decision when that life-changing phone call came—if had I only known what lay ahead of me? At a time when the forest industry was on a bustling trajectory of development, and foresters were in hot ...