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  • Not My Own

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    “Other people’s actions can leave you picking up the pieces, years after they occur.” In Not My Own, Gail Steeves shares a raw perspective of what it’s like to become one of the “other people.” You know, those good people that bad things happen to. ...


  • Rebel Dad

    Triumphing Over Bureaucracy to Adopt Two Orphans Born Worlds Apart by

    As a child, David McKinstry always knew one thing: he wanted to be a father. However, as a single—and secretly gay—man, David's only option was to adopt. Lying about his sexuality on adoption applications, David was consistently met with a ...


  • What the Living Do

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    Until the age of twelve, Georgia Lee Kay-Stern believed she was Jewish — the story of her Cree birth family had been kept secret. Now she’s living on her own and attending first year university, and with her adoptive parents on sabbatical in Costa ...


  • The Abbotts

    A Devonshire Immigrant Family in Canada. by

    The Abbotts: a Devonshire immigrant family in Canada explores the history of a large middle class family who made the decision to emigrate from Devon, England to settle in south western Ontario in the 19th century. The choice to emigrate was not ...


  • KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE GOAL

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    Roy had looked forward to the trip his parents had planned for the family. He had looked forward to it for weeks and felt that it was going to be the happiest day of his life. On the morning of the trip Roy got ready hours before the departure time. ...


  • Re-Designing Your Life

    A Practical Spirituality for the Second Half of Life by

    Re-Designing Your Life: A Practical Spirituality for the Second Half of Life is a timely and engaging book for living out the second half of your life with spiritual integrity. In this study you are invited to think about your life as a house ...


  • There's No Place Like Home

    A Year in Transition from Working to Stay-At-Home Mom by

    When author and teacher Jane Bedard shifted from working mom to Stay-at-Home Mom, her eyes opened to a brand new world, so different from the one she returned home to each night. With her autopilot control turned off, she was surprised to find a ...


  • Verbal Assault

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    "E.W. Davis was born in Brantford, Ontario on July 4, 1951. He is the fifth child of twelve and is considered to be somewhat of a whacko. He possesses absolutely no educational foundation and yet continues to write at a level equal to any patient in ...


  • The Essence of Time

    Farming in Alberta and Saskatchewan by

    Pat and Toms electrifying first encounter, falling in love. That love affair that sparked behind the scenes was relatively short lived but was a turning point from being a shy quiet girl to running a business herself. Their lives criss- crossed ...


  • The Greatest Trick

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    The Greatest Trick by Madeline Speer is a hauntingly beautiful collection of poetry and prose revealing episodes of pain, endurance, and survival in the aftermath of abuse and divorce. In this deeply raw and painful collection, Speer’s genuine ...