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  • Backcountry Brushes

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    There’s something very powerful about exploring under your own speed, whether paddling a lake frequented by artist Tom Thomson, gazing skyward from your vantage point on the water surrounded by cliffs, or hiking to hidden waterfalls carved by the ...


  • The Rudderless Pair

    An Olympic Journey by

    In 1967, Lyle Gatley was challenged by a friend: if he could survive two months’ rigorous training, he bet, Gatley could become an Olympic contender in the sport of rowing. At six foot five, he perhaps had the right stature, but was nonetheless a ...


  • In The Booth and Off The Cuff

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    It’s hockey night! Time to gather ‘round the family television and claim your favourite chair for an epic faceoff between the Montréal Majors and the New York Centrals, another chapter in their famously bitter rivalry. But with goalies turning into ...


  • More Hockey Stories: A Novel Perspective

    Conversations with El Gordo by

    Retired NHL players Billy Sinatra and Malcolm Gordon Steven (better known as “Keeper”) have both returned to relatively normal lives after their controversial Stanley Cup win, with Billy now coaching minor-league hockey in Moose Jaw and Keeper ...


  • Life in the Fast Lane

    The Chris Stoddart Story by

    In the late 1960s, a new sport emerged in Canada that would change the lives of many people: wheelchair sports. In Life in the Fast Lane, Chris Stoddart recounts the rise of wheelchair racing, with him as one of its pioneers. Born with spina ...


  • Crystal Beach

    Out of the Park by

    “The memories within the millions of people who experienced Crystal Beach, even just once, will never be lost.” One of Canada’s greatest entertainment centres existed for one hundred years in an isolated little village in one of the southernmost ...


  • Athletic Vision Skills

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    An exceptional player will possess top-notch read-and-react skills when on the ice, anticipating where the puck is going because of their well-developed vision skills. This allows maximum peripheral vision to instantly help decide the next physical ...


  • A Hero's Journey

    Beyond Little Norway and Olympia Sports Camp by

    A Hero’s Journey Beyond Little Norway and Olympia Sports Camp is a compiled history of the Olympia Sports Camp in Huntsville, Ontario, through the lens of its founder and inspiration, Dave Grace, the hero of the book’s title. The hero’s journey of ...


  • That Dog Don't Hunt

    Tales from The Hunt Camp Porch by

    Jim Newman, a natural born story-teller, takes the reader through joyful and humorous stories about life at the hunt camp, hunting culture, and the joys of nature and wildlife. The stories are a mix of childhood memories, folklore, facts, fiction, ...


  • Falcons Forever

    The Saga of the 1920 Olympic Gold Medal Ice Hockey Team by

    Falcons Forever: The Saga of the 1920 Olympic Gold Medal Ice Hockey Team chronicles the Winnipeg Falcons’ journey to the VII Olympiad in Antwerp, Belgium. The team was composed of young Icelandic men, except for one, all first generation Canadians, ...