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  • Hiking Musings

    The West Coast Trail by

    Sixty-eight-year-old Kenneth T. Gallagher may have been slightly ill-prepared for his first West Coast Trail hike. Still, armed with too much confidence and an out-of-date trail guide, he set off on an adventure. His number one priority: spend time ...


  • Inspired

    Healing Journeys from Hockey and Beyond by

    Nine athletes. Nine inspiring stories of adversity overcome. People in sports are in it to win it. That means fighting for success on their playing field of choice—but it also sometimes means overcoming challenges in their own lives. The nine ...


  • Basketball Country

    A Road Trip Story by

    Basketball Country takes basketball fans on a two-week road trip through the American basketball heartland, covering NBA and college games and hitting basketball museums, famous streetball courts, and historical landmarks along the way. Through ...


  • WINS

    Canadian Hockey Summareliquary by

    WINS: CANADIAN HOCKEY SUMMARELIQUARY


  • 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 ...


  • Sailing Bear Cub

    While Navigating the Ebb & Flow of Life by

    Using offshore sailing as an analogy to sailing ones’ own life, the author reflects back on her life-long affiliation with water and boats and how they are intertwined with relationships in her life. From one woman’s perspective, this memoir ...


  • Tyed and True

    101 Fly Patterns Proven to Catch Fish by

    Every fly fisher wants bragging rights about landing a 32-inch behemoth of a carp. Even better? Adding extra colour to your tale by hooking the monstrous fish with a fly tied from a tuft of your golden retriever’s fur. These are just some of the ...


  • Visionary

    The Ernie Gare Story by

    It’s not surprising if you’ve never heard of Ernie Gare; the man behind innovations that paved the way for many Canadians to pursue their athletic dreams without sacrificing education cared more about the future of the athletes and the sports than ...


  • Run With a Mighty Heart

    How A Racehorse with One Eye Helped a Family Find Meaning in Life and Loss by

    With the right team, miracles can happen. Even during a global pandemic. Welcome to the story of Mighty Heart, a one-eyed bay colt who captured the attention of horse racing fans all over the world when he won the 2020 Queen’s Plate, Canada’s iconic ...


  • Sticks 'n' Stones

    The Battle for Curling to be an Olympic Sport by

    In the 1970s, when most people thought about curling they thought it was just a game, something that could never be a real sport. Warren Hansen, a top curler in the seventies, felt curling wasn’t viewed fairly by the sports world. That needed to ...