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  • What It Takes

    Things a Canadian Police Officer Wants You to Know About His Job by

    A police officer pulls back the proverbial curtain on his profession to reveal its inner workings. After more than a decade in the police force, the author shares on-the-job insights and details of his training on how to deal with drug addiction, ...


  • Avoiding Homeowner Wars

    A Comprehensive Guide for Successful HOA Governance by

    Avoiding Homeowner Wars, a resource guide brimming with practical information, advice, and real-world “war” stories, helps return sanity, organization, and calm to common interest communities. Not only will this book help resolve neighborhood ...


  • The Pit Crew

    A True Story of One Man’s 20 Year Battle With Two Levels of Government in Canada by

    Many people dream of one day opening their own business and being their own boss. The independence, meaningful work, investment in yourself instead of another corporation hungry for money and profiting off your labour—all reasons you might pursue an ...


  • Case Dismissed

    A Biography of Judge Charles J Durham Sr. by

    Charles James Durham was born into a Black family during the Great Depression, a time when businesses were forced to shut down, leaving thousands of people without jobs. Families struggled to keep a roof over their heads, and food on their tables. ...


  • One More Round

    Examining a Career in the Combative Courtrooms of America by

    It’s been said that the law is a jealous mistress. She’s also irresistibly passionate and unpredictably cruel. In every attorney’s life, there comes a day when it’s no longer possible to keep up with her demands. In her wake comes the dreaded ...


  • Never Again

    Why Human Rights Charters Fail to Fulfill Their Mandates by

    Freedom. The Berber symbol adorns a monument outside the Museum of Slavery in The Gambia. It’s also an emblem of hope, that “never again” will such wrongheaded political mindsets cloud our judgment about “rights” and “freedoms,” now enshrined in ...


  • Drug Guerror

    The error that is the Drug War, and why it must end. by

    Timely and relevant, Drug Guerror addresses the damaging and tragic results of criminalizing people in relation to drugs, better known as the global War On Drugs/Drug Prohibition. The title of the book contains the Spanish word for war, guerra, ...


  • Digital Executor®

    Unraveling the New Path for Estate Planning by

    The world has gone digital and so have our clients’ estates. Digital assets may simply be electronic records, but they are the digital gateway to our lives. They are our memories, our money, and our records, making technology the new player at the ...


  • True To The End

    A Journey Into the Burdens and Risks of Executorship by

    True To The End is a unique offering that invites readers into the world of end-of-life decisions and the execution of a last will and testament. Germaine Dechant is called to British Columbia to say goodbye to her dear friend, Marilyn, for the ...


  • Forcing the Hand of Justice

    Seeking the Truth About My Brother’s Death. My Family’s Fight Against a Broken System (The NYPD) by

    On October 18, 2011 Joel and his family's life changed forever when his older brother and best friend Mathieu was hit and killed by the driver of a 28 ton crane truck. Mathieu, an artist, was riding his bike home from his art studio in Brooklyn, ...