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  • Do You Eat the Red Ones Last?

    Canada's Not-so-Clandestine War to Expropriate Indigenous Lands and Resources: An Anthropologist's Curious Journey Through the Mind-Fields of Indigenous Knowledge, Rights, and Culture by

    Part exposé, part memoir, part reference manual for reconciling Indigenous and non-Indigenous rights in Canada, Do You Eat the Red Ones Last? takes the reader on one anthropologist’s journey through the turbulent waters of Canada’s contested lands ...


  • Julie and the Monster in the Sea

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    Jump into an underwater adventure with a young girl named Julie. She enjoys exploring the ocean. Julie wants to be friends with a shark who swims by her, yes a shark! Julie is not afraid of him. The story has a twist, as she discovers that the ...


  • Environmental Ethics From A Faith-Based Perspective

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    Many Scientists and researchers have proven that the human relationship with nature is broken. It remains important that we understand how this broken relationship has directly and drastically impacted the air we breathe, the soil we depend on for ...


  • Save Our Troubled World

    The Unprecedented Innovative Feasible World Salvation Project by

    Today, when natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes seem to be regular occurrences, it can be hard to hold out hope for a better tomorrow. But in Save Our Troubled World, author James Chen dares to dream of a new era where the effects ...


  • Wildnis

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    Imagine travelling from Europe to the Canadian wilderness in 1926 to marry a man you’ve never met. Imagine carving out a life beyond civilization in the northern forest and lake country of British Columbia. Imagine the hard, backbreaking work. ...


  • The End of Fossil Fuel Insanity

    Clearing the Air Before Cleaning the Air by

    Everyone knows that fossil fuels won’t last forever. Something needs to change at some point, regardless of whether the issue is climate change or because we need a practical replacement for petroleum as cheap supplies run out. But while headlines ...


  • I Feel Time's Tide

    One little drop of color can hit the core by

    “Time and tide wait for none, the wind blowing without showing, time flying without knowing …” Life flows by in a rush, fresh breezes blowing without obstacle, society developing at its own speed. Strong power forces us in. Massive waves push us ...


  • One With Nature

    The act of being part of your environment, without harming it. by

    One man’s real life experiences with wildlife and nature, which inspired the paintings within. The short stories in this book will make you laugh, think and maybe even cry, as it has near death adventures and heart touching moments. You will find ...


  • Mountains to Metropolis: The Elbow River Watershed

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    Every watershed has a story: this is the Elbow’s. The Elbow River watershed is a small yet significant watershed extending from the Front Ranges of the Rocky Mountains to downtown Calgary. This geographical watershed is itself at a metaphorical ...


  • Shasta and Her Cubs

    The Struggle for Survival by

    One morning in early spring, high in the unforgiving Canadian Rocky Mountains, a young bear gives birth to her first cubs. There are three of them, each hairless, blind, and helpless. Shasta and Her Cubs is the story of that mother’s struggles to ...