Stories of Silverado Ranch
by Anthea McLean
“I have always wanted,” he said, “to find a wild piece of desert and turn it into an oasis.” Anthea and Roy McLean prospered as working professionals for years—but that life didn’t quite feel right. One day, when they were taking care of their ...
A Survival Guide in the Coming Age of Viruses by Geoffrey Newton
This book is about the coronavirus and the pandemic it spawned, and what this outbreak means for future pandemics. It analyses the official response and sees where improvements can be made, for example, the World Health Organization waited till ...
One Is Too Many
War on the North: When Mike Harris Killed Ontario’s Spring Bear Hunt by T. E. Quinney
In 1999, fuelled by a multi-million dollar propaganda campaign, Premier Mike Harris, without warning, ignited a firestorm across northern Ontario by terminating the spring bear hunt. One Is Too Many chronicles the twenty-year struggle to restore the ...
Mastering The Art of Dog Rescue by Tracy Jessiman
No relationship is more satisfying than the bond between a beloved rescue dog and the human who saved their life. Recycled Love takes you into this beautiful and heart-wrenching world. The no-holds-barred tales offer the public a behind the scene ...
Safer, Cleaner, Fairer, More Secure by Bill Stollery
Many people are concerned about the future. We need a world that is safer, cleaner and more secure. The required approach must have a global perspective. This book will help them feel enpowered and optimistic, will provide solutions to the world's ...
Canada Through My Eyes
A Journey of Stories, Pictures, and Poems by Martin Groenewoud
Through photo’s, short poems and short personal stories the Author, Martin Groenewoud (Martin), expresses his admiration and his love for this great country called Canada. His personal feelings and thoughts written down reflect his emotional bond ...
The Last Wildlife Control Officer in British Columbia
Thirty Years of Dealing with Problem Predators by Dennis Pemble and Karen Pemble
When Dennis Pemble was a kid, he never dreamed of becoming a wildlife control officer. After struggling in school because of a learning disability and being bullied by classmates, Pemble finally found his footing after discovering his aptitude for ...
Living on the Edge
Explorations in the Northern Wilderness by David E. Friesen
--A fresh new look at adventure, survival and faith-- from a recipient of the Explorers Club Award. Adventure is in his blood. He has the explorer’s curiosity, the will to survive, and the faith to persevere. An engaging writing style, with at ...
A Channeled Manuscript by Claire, Dluuwiixwaay and Jesus of Nazareth
The sixth Chosen One of ancient prophesy is now walking earth as an unknown woman living a normal life. When her channel opens, however, Varahn suddenly faces the reality that heaven exists, and her ordinary life is upended. Varahn is told she’s ...
by Nicole Kooyman
In November 2021, disaster struck the Sumas Prairie in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. A massive, heavy rainfall made land causing floods and mudslides – destroying homes, livelihoods and lives. Flood is a firsthand account of one woman’s ...