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  • White Power

    America on the Brink by

    In his provocative new memoire, Terol recounts the racist history of the United States of America, interrogating the fraught socio-political climate of the last eighty years. Beginning with his parents in 1943 and exploring his own experiences ...


  • Indigenous Reconciliation and Environmental Resilience

    by

    There are two themes: Indigenous reconciliation and environmental resilience. The purpose is to inform and inspire action – to quicken the pace of reconciliation and lessen the pace of global warming. The chapters, loosely held together by personal ...


  • The Song and the Swallow

    Authenticity and Love by

    Our need for meaning and substance is ubiquitous in the human condition, but how do we reliably find meaning? How are we susceptible to doing it the wrong way? What does this look like, what is produced, and why we should avoid it? Using archetypal ...


  • Mirrors & Reflections

    Knowing Your Power: From One Muslim Immigrant Sister to Another by

    This guidebook peeks into the lives of Muslim immigrant women in Canada from around the world. The book begins with a land acknowledgement in an immigrant style where we recognize the stolen land that is being forced to share. It mentions some ...


  • The Wrinkly Ranch

    Unbelievably funny, shocking and poignant anecdotes of life and work in Long-Term Care by

    “God’s Waiting Room, Geezer Glen, Catheter Flats, the Wrinkly Ranch . . . whatever euphemistic pet name you have for long-term care homes, the overall sentiment remains the same: it’s the last stop. But is all hope lost? Is there no joy? ...


  • Weaving Our Dreams

    The Tboli People of the Philippines by

    When artist Francis Herradura takes an immersive cultural journey to Lake Sebu on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines, it not only inspires her to create art, it motivates her to share her experience with the world. Weaving Our Dreams: The ...


  • How to Prepare for Everything

    Empowering you to Face Disruption with your Community, and to Feel Good about the Future* by

    There are an endless number of disasters to worry about. Preparing for every possible disaster leaves you with a long, disorganized list of things to buy or do, which may not match personal needs. Preparation can seem unattainable. We check off the ...


  • Smoke and Mirrors

    The Illusion of the Employment Services Sector by

    Smoke and Mirrors, The Illusion of the Employment Services Sector pulls back the curtain on the dark side of outcome based, government funded employment services. Despite the billions of tax dollars invested, the sector itself has become a ...


  • A Life Continued

    Living After Losing Your Best Friend by

    “Fear mixed with dread, combined with a heart racing, stomach-churning sense of panic . . .” Donna Easter’s reminiscence of her husband’s death to prostate cancer cuts deep. Even if you’ve never lost a partner, grief comes in all shapes, she ...


  • Mobilize Food!

    Wartime Inspiration for Environmental Victory Today by

    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 ...