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  • Guiding Diverse Flocks

    Tales of a Mennonite Pastor by

    A personal account of a life lived on the Canadian prairies from the 1940's until 2020. Starting with recollections of earliest memories on the family farm and the dreams of a boy establishing his own farm. While he thought he would spend his whole ...


  • Judique On The Job

    The Long Road to My Career by

    Judique on the Job: The Long Road to My Career is a lighthearted memoir detailing the author’s experiences growing up on Cape Breton Island, travelling, partying, and his never-ending trials and tribulations trying to find a career that would be ...


  • Releasing Our Dragons

    Letting go of addictive and compulsive behaviours by

    No matter where we may see ourselves on the addiction spectrum, it is possible to become free from these deeply ingrained unhealthy patterns. Many of us engage in addictive and compulsive behaviours to avoid our pain and discomfort and to distract ...


  • Big Breath In

    The Fight to Breathe and the Journey to a Double-Lung Transplant by

    Big Breath In follows the ups and fateful downs of living with cystic fibrosis (CF), the journey to receiving a double lung transplant, and the hope of a second chance at life that transplant brings. Documenting the daily struggle of living with CF, ...


  • Dear Bill

    Letters to Dad 1939 - 1945 The War Years by

    Dear Bill is, in many ways, a time capsule that illuminates and brilliantly colours the years of 1939-1946 from a uniquely Canadian pioneer perspective. Bill Treadgold was a young man from Kelowna, BC commissioned into the RCAF; while his war ...


  • Cane Creek Days

    by

    Cane Creek Days is the memoir of a boy growing up on a story-book farm near Petersburg, Tennessee, the kind of farming life that no longer exists. The story takes place among the fields and small towns and bridges and dusty roads through which winds ...


  • Living On the Edge

    by

    This fascinating travel guide and memoir recounts author Neil Selinger’s journey through more than 40 countries over a 22-year period of time. The anecdotes and reflections he shares are from photos and from memories, as few notes were kept. The ...


  • Rockin' on the Rideau 2: The 70's

    by

    In his first book “Rockin’ on the Rideau: Ottawa’s Golden Age of Rock and Roll”, veteran Ottawa broadcaster and musicologist Jim Hurcomb pulled back the curtain on the first 15 years of Rock and Roll in Ottawa, from 1955-1970. That fascinating ...


  • Homestead Heritage

    A Collection of Prairie Recipes & Stories of Gladys Anne Smith by

    In 1916, a modest prairie homesteader and a sophisticated city woman fell in love and married. From their humble beginnings in Portreeve, a small Saskatchewan farming village, George and Gladys found community and friendship, raised a family, ...


  • Mr. Spinney and the Egg Shells

    and other Social Work stories by

    Thoughtful. Raw. Candid. These are Janet Knowles’s reflections on her career as a social worker (spoiler alert: it’s not like the movies). Whether you are working in the field yourself, a student, or simply exploring different career options, this ...