They Never Surrendered
The Lakota Sioux Band That Stayed in Canada by Ron Papandrea and Ronald J. Papandrea
After the defeat of Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, June, 1876; thousands of Lakota Sioux went to Canada to escape the American army. Their leaders included Sitting Bull, Four Horns and the two famous Lakota chiefs with the name "Black ...
A History of the Beauprés of Portsmouth by David More
The Beauprés have a long and complex history with Canada, having helped build the country into what it is today through their hard work and perseverance. Beginning in 1620 and ending in 1956, Pierre’s Song details the lives of various generations of ...
Three Cell Flashlight
A Life of Service in the RCMP by AR Jay
A story of a young man leaving his home town in Prince Edward Island to train as a cadet in the RCMP Academy in Regina Saskatchewan. Hank becomes an RCMP officer and is stationed in various towns across the east coast of Canada, where he encounters ...
Memories of Turtle Lake
The Story of Sunset View Beach by Kevin W. Hope
Memories of Turtle Lake and the Story of Sunset View Beach tells the story of an idyllic community in Northwest Saskatchewan from its first wave of doomed homesteaders in the early 1900s through to its success as a residential lake community today. ...
Boys' and Girls' Work at Mount Elgin Industrial School, 1890-1915 by Mary Jane Logan McCallum
This book takes its title from the phrase for “I work” in Lunaape, the traditional language of Munsee Delaware people, and was inspired by the work of the Munsee Delaware Language and History Group. Written for the descendants and communities of ...
A Memoir of Fortitude in the Face of Adversity by Heather Mallett
Valiant Be is a remarkable memoir of pain and resilience, and a gripping history of a family that is at once dysfunctional and deeply loving. Heather’s earliest memories revolved around her parents’ purchase and refurbishment of a gristmill beside ...
Indomitable Canadian Filipinos
by Eleanor R. Laquian
In the 70- year history of Filipino migration to Canada, their number has increased from 770 in 1964 to about a million in 2021. Yet no book has been written and published in Canada about the Filipino community in its entirety. This book fills that ...
I Heard the Turkki Call My Name
by Mike Turkki
Growing up in a broken home during the turbulent 1970s wasn’t easy, particularly if you were a city kid marooned in Northern British Columbia. One castaway, Mike Turkki, survived his childhood shipwreck and made it out alive. Now he’s ready to share ...
The Job To Be Done
A Son's Journey Into The Story Of A WW2 Bomber Command Aircrew by Clint L. Coffey
A unique blend of historical narrative and personal memoir, this is the powerful true story of seven young men, including the author’s father, who served in Bomber Command in World War Two. Based on a pilot’s logbook and years of research, this ...
Through My Eyes
The Journal of Belle Munro (Saskatoon 1908 to 1918) by Margaret Munro
Through My Eyes are the diaries of Belle Munro as imagined by her grand-daughter, Frances Margaret Munro. It chronicles the life and times of the Munro family from their arrival in Saskatoon in 1908 through to the end of the First World War. Through ...