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  • Every Bite Affects the World

    an Earth Care Cookbook for Joyful, Mindful Eating by

    Every Bite Affects the World helps us be mindful of the connections between what we eat and the health of our bodies, as well as the health of the soil, water, climate, communities and farmers both here and far away. The book invites you to be part ...


  • Magic of Fiction in Illuminating Transformation

    A Theology of Prison Ministry by

    This book is a direct response to the two most frequently asked questions that I receive as a prison chaplain: Are offenders remorseful for what they have done? Is it possible for them to change? While the answer to the first question is often a ...


  • Humanities Greatest Little Messenger From a Fanatic's Point of View

    from a fanatic’s point of view by

    Humanities Greatest Little Messenger From a Fanatic’s Point of View, is a book written to open all the doors about Eleggua written from an ELEGGUA FANATIC’S point of view. Every single aspect of Eleggua, in every single detail about Eleggua is ...


  • Beyond Tribal

    Reflections on Belonging by

    Like most immigrants, Anne Carr and her husband, Geoffrey, adjusted their world view when they emigrated from Britain to Canada in the 1960s. The differences they found in their new country took them out of their comfort zone and made them question ...


  • Flying Away

    by

    This is my personal story of my experiences living and teaching on the Old Massett Haida Indian Reserve in the late 1960's. I answered a short ad by the Northern Canadian Department of Indian Affairs to teach Grade One on the Queen Charlotte ...


  • Think About It!

    by

    The Author commenced this book in 1980 when John Lennon was shot. He lived in Liverpool and as a big Beatles fan, the author wrote down a comment that somebody said, when everybody stopped dead in their tracks, with their head down. It is the first ...


  • Behind the Razor Ribbon

    A Correctional Officer’s Perspective by

    Life inside a Federal Penitentiary is a mystery to most people. Closely governed by rule and law, Federal Penitentiaries are nevertheless complex communities of people who live and work behind the razor ribbon that encircles them. Correctional ...


  • Refugee Countdown

    A Canadian - American Partnership to Resettle a Syrian Family by

    Refugee Countdown presents the questions and dilemmas ordinary people faced in deciding whether to sponsor refugees and how to go about doing so. It’s an insider’s story of what actually happened, rather than an outsider’s prescription of what is ...


  • The Transparent Temple

    by

    When the needs of a struggling and drug-addicted community are pitted against the economic interests of a city, the outcome is rarely in question. Money wins. In The Transparent Temple, a determined group of recovering addicts are hoping to be the ...


  • Our Lives, Our Heritage

    Stories from African-Caribbean-Canadian Seniors in Region of Peel by

    Imagine leaving all you know to come to a country where the majority of people are a different colour from you and have a different culture from yours. You aspire to create a better life for yourself and your family, but you are told you can’t work ...