History, Canada, Post-Confederation (1867 To Present)
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 ...
Tales From the Hollow
The Story of Hogg's Hollow and York Mills by Scott Kennedy
This story begins some 13,000 years ago, at the end of the last ice age, before travelling thousands of years ahead to the early pioneers and the farms they established, and right up to the present day. Readers will learn how the local St. John’s ...
The Surridges of Woodleigh
The Story of Two Saskatchewan Pioneer Families by Marie Surridge Everett
The Surridges of Woodleigh tells the story of the lives of the author’s ancestors who left their loved ones in England in the late 1800s to make a better life for themselves on the sparsely populated prairies of post-confederation Canada. From ...
Stories and Photographs from the Archives of the Lakes District Museum by Michael Riis-Christianson
Located in the geographic centre of British Columbia, the Lakes District is a unique region with a fascinating backstory. History Matters, the first book published by the Lakes District Museum Society in a half century, gives readers a glimpse into ...
By the Light of the Coal Oil Lamp
Memories of a Small-Town Saskatchewan Childhood by Ruth Woodward-Cameron
The book begins with our little girl, Ruth, just learning that she can open the lock that is keeping her from leaving the front porch and going down to the street. Her baby brother is born, and her family moves to a small Saskatchewan town where she ...
A Story of Prohibition In Ontario by James M. Clemens
Prohibition was the law of the land in both Ontario and the United States during the 1920s and 1930s. Yet because of the one key difference between Ontario’s Temperance Act and America’s Eighteenth Amendment, smugglers could make small fortunes ...
The Englishman in the Valley
by Leslie J. Tunison
To a passerby, Aubrey Rooke is an unassuming man with little to his name. To those that know him, Aubrey is an eccentric, kind, and community driven man. Be it railroads or elections, Aubrey is known to dedicate all he has in support of his ...
A.E. Dawson and The Canadian Problem by Leslie Y. Dawson
Insurance salesman. Farm hand. Bay Street elite. Writer. Grandfather. International criminal. A.E. Dawson was all these things--and more. Part family memoir, part criminal history and part adventure story, Swindler journeys from the bucolic ...
The Georgian Bay Ship Canal
Canada's Abandoned National Dream by Ray Love
The Georgian Bay Ship Canal was a river and lake canalization scheme designed to create a commercial waterway along the route of the voyageurs. It was the dream of Canadian businessmen and entrepreneurs for centuries. Originally a trade route for ...
Rockin' on the Rideau 2: The 70's
by Jim Hurcomb
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 ...