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  • Nation Builders and Enemy Aliens

    Four Centuries of German Experience in Canada by

    Today German Canadians are among Canada’s most assimilated and highly regarded citizens, often distinguishable from other Canadians by their name only. For centuries their pioneer farmers, economic developers, industrialists, professionals, ...


  • Immigrants' Journeys

    Africans Making Canada Home by

    Imagine walking one-thousand kilometres to cross the border from war-torn South Sudan into Ethiopia, eventually seeking asylum in Canada. Or moving from Ghana to Quebec as a child, not speaking English or French, and being one of the few Black ...


  • We Are All Immigrants

    by

    The immigrant journey is often complex. Every person who came to Canada for a better life faced hardships and paid a price to be here. In We Are All Immigrants, author Douglas Arch, the son of immigrants, explores the untold stories of diverse ...


  • How Will I Belong?

    by

    How Will I Belong is the journey of a women as she migrates from Iran in the aftermath of Sept. 11 2001 to Montreal, Canada with her husband and two young sons. The book is an honest, humorous and deeply moving account of modern’s day immigration: ...


  • My Life, My Legacy

    Turning The Unexpected into a Lifetime of Cherished Memories by

    Kefa Oduor Tuju passed away too young to an incurable brain tumor in 2018. Leaving behind a loving family, including his wife, Christine, and his two sons, Jonathan and Matthew, Kefa wrote these memoirs as a legacy of the lessons he learned during ...


  • A Sliver of a Chance

    Insights and Observations of a Canadian Immigrant by

    Insights and Observations of a Canadian Immigrant. This inaugural poetic journey unapologetically delves into the heart of the most challenging issues facing our world today. Plunge into this thought-provoking exploration of political intrigue as ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 ...


  • One Man's Destiny

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    This book was written by a man that has lived half of his life in turmoil and addiction. His decisions took him to places that could have killed him, but this thing called DESTINY came into play. The author puts destiny and higher power as one. ...