Political Science, Public Policy
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 ...
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 ...
Solutions for a Wounded Planet
by Jim Kingham
Depressed about the environmental disaster currently rocking our world? Unsure about what to do when climate change is only growing worse? Fearful of what the future might look like with so many world powers refusing to acknowledge the issues at ...
The War on Drugs
Tales from a Member of the Resistance by Theodore Villella
Villella asks, Why has The War on Drugs expanded exponentially for five decades? Why does it continue to fail? What can you do to end it? He hopes to reach a global audience from Baby Boomers to Gen Z, who recognize they have the power within ...
An Unconventional Life in Politics and Academia by Henry Milner
Some engage in politics; others observe it, but the author of this political memoir is among the few that have had the chance to do both. In these pages, Henry Milner shares his experiences as a student and community activist, an anglophone insider ...
Of Pork and Potatoes
by Bill Massey
Of Pork and Potatoes is a remarkable story of perseverance in the face of adversity. Bill Massey recounts his childhood growing up in a troubled home in rural Manitoba. By finding the people who gave him space to move forward, committing to hard ...
COVID-19 Pandemic In America
A Blueprint For Healthcare, Profit, And Needless Death by Marteaux X
The general consensus among a majority of social media platforms is the Trump Administration, thus far, has done a very poor job, regarding the management of the SARSr-CoV-SARS CoV-2 Human Coronavirus Pandemic in the United States. Many have charged ...
A Big Idea
Eliminating Poverty in Canada by Alan Redway
Can the complex issue of poverty actually be addressed in Canada? Author Alan Redway believes the answer is yes—if it is tackled at a federal level—and explores how this can be achieved with the introduction of a Universal Basic Income in our ...
Canadian Agriculture in the 21st Century
Change and Challenge by Dr. Marvin S. Anderson
The Canadian Farming Community is facing numerous ongoing challenges, including rapidly changing technologies, the gradual erosion of the rural lifestyle, growing consumer concerns about the healthiness of food, and growing environmental concerns ...
What Does Green Mean?
The History, People, and Ideas of the Green Party in Canada and Abroad by James GS Marshall
Canadians have seen Liberal governments. They’ve seen Conservative governments. And they’ve seen New Democrat governments. But as of 2019 they still have yet to see a Green government. Around the rest of the world, however, Green Parties have ...