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  • China Is Not Our Enemy

    Understanding China In Context To Create A More Harmonious World by

    A greater understanding of China is no longer optional in our global village. It is necessary if we want to tackle global challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic, or face critical world issues such as climate change, world peace, and collaborative ...


  • Rebel Dove Poems

    Poet passenger pigeons taken over the Way of Horus notify their messages along the pharaonic line by

    Rebel doves in kite formation num’rous fly. Above Horus Way line, Thoth’s envoys darken lunar tides. A flock of passenger pigeons transformed military messages into poems on what they saw between watchtowers on the Way of Horus and Tanis. Over the ...


  • To Abu Simbel and Back

    Cruising on the Nile and Discovering Ancient Egypt by

    In November 2001, mere months after the deadly attacks in New York on 9/11, Otto Schmalz and his wife embarked on a journey to Egypt. With security being more stringent and fewer travellers venturing outside of their homelands, tourism in Egypt was ...


  • The Morizo Story

    The life story of an immigrant from Hiroshima, Japan who came to the United States at the age of 15 by

    An Incredible Story of Survival and Success for a Young Man Chasing the American Dream This is a fascinating biography of Morizo Fujimoto, a Japanese American Issei (first generation), lovingly written by his eldest son, Dr. Jack Fujimoto. It ...


  • Nation Builders and Enemy Aliens

    Four Centuries of German Experience in Canada by

    Today German Canadians are among Canada’s most assimilated citizens, often distinguishable from other Canadians by their name only. For centuries their pioneer farmers, economic developers, industrialists, professionals, musicians, artists, ...


  • Salty Dips Volume 11

    Some things pass. Some things change. Some just stay the same. by

    Among sailors, “to spin a dip” means “to tell a story.” The Naval Association of Canada - Ottawa Branch's Salty Dips series carries on this tradition by collecting entertaining and informative stories about the Canadian Navy as it is remembered by ...


  • 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 1939-1945 from a uniquely Canadian pioneer perspective. Bill Treadgold was a young man from Kelowna, BC commissioned into the RCAF; while his war ...


  • Chasing Shadows

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    Karl is a survivor. The night bombings of Dresden when he was a child still haunt him to this day. The terrible whistling sound as the bombs fell through the sky. His mother held him tightly while covering their heads with a heavy blanket. Their ...


  • Minto & Mann

    The Untold Stories of Lacrosse's Dynastic Teams by

    Even the most passionate lacrosse fans probably do not remember the Orillia Terriers, Montreal Shamrocks or even Vancouver Carlings, but in their times these teams were famous across Canada and even farther afield, always in the thick of the hunt ...


  • Rockin' on the Rideau 2: The 70's

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    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 ...