Crisis and Calm
Canada’s Central Bank From Dot-Com 2000 Through 2020 Covid Lockdown by Greg Quinn
This book documents a remarkable yet little-examined time for Canada’s economy and the people who manage it, from the Y2K bug and dot-com boom through the “Great Moderation” of inflation, to the global recession of 2008 and the Covid recession of ...
The Capitalist Society
A Critique of Marx's Economic and Political Theory by Xing Yu
This book describes the formation of civilized society from the perspective of the analysis of the role played by language and media and hence explains the formation and evolution of the capitalist society from the perspective of language and media. ...
November 3, 2020 by Dr. Andrew P. Wierenga
The 2020 Presidential Election was determined by the votes provided in six battleground states. This book provides analysis of previous elections, the four years that led up to the election, the level of interference and lack of coverage during the ...
Frauds and Bankruptcies
by Ephrem Carrier
A history of corruption and mismanagement plagues Linwood Bankruptcy. The Bankruptcy Human Resources office had decided that ex Army Officers and CRA officers would be good Official Receivers. Their skills did not match the requirements. This caused ...
A Short Impactful Life (?) by Washington M. Osiro
This book is as much about Robert William Collymore, the man many Kenyans fell in love with, as it is about a Kenyan society that seemingly saw only what was good about him. “Bob Collymore: A Short Impactful Life(?)” is the dichotomy between the ...
The Book on Ending Homelessness
by Iain De Jong
The Book on Ending Homelessness provides insights for those in the industry, elected officials, policy makers, funders, public servants and the general public on the best ways to move from managing homelessness to ending homelessness. While ending ...
What It Takes
Things a Canadian Police Officer Wants You to Know About His Job by Owen R.B. Roberts
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, ...
The Rats Had Never Left
Conquering Colonists & Systemic Racism by Abdusamaad (Sam) Karani
Systemic racism underlies post-colonial societies, due in part to the undeniable legacy of historical racism. The conquering colonist (often mistakenly referred to as the “settler-colonist”) dominated the colonized, especially their minds. ...
The Taxpayer Navy
by M. L. Berry
Tax dollars wasted on over-priced ships. Good ships decommissioned for no reason. Brand-new shore infrastructure shuttered or ill-maintained. U.S. naval history from 1950 to the present is rife with mismanagement, the consequences of which fall ...
Wartime Inspiration for Environmental Victory Today by Eleanor Boyle
Faced with a climate crisis, can people commit to action? Faced with evidence that our agriculture and our diets fuel that crisis—producing significant greenhouse gases—can we muster the vision to produce and consume food differently? Transforming ...