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  • The Canadian Labour Movement: A Short History

    The triumphs and setbacks of workers and the union movement in Canada
    $27.95, Paperback
  • Real Justice: Fourteen and Sentenced to Death

    How fourteen-year-old Steven Truscott was sentenced to hang, had his conviction upheld by the Supreme Court, and spent ten years in prison and 48 years trying to clear his name
    $12.95, Paperback
    Interest ages: 13-17
    Reading level: Grade 4
    Lexile Reading Level: 780L
  • Family Violence: A Canadian Introduction

    Family Violence is an unparalleled aid to understanding the nature and dimensions of this burgeoning social problem.
    $24.95, Paperback
  • Champions of Women's Rights

    Passionate, principled Canadians who fought successfully for equal rights for women.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • Robert Latimer

    An unflinching look at Canada's most prominent case of "mercy killing."
    $29.95, Hardcover
  • Police in Canada

    A thoughtful, independent discussion of a subject where facts and analysis are scarce.
    $24.95, Paperback
  • Rebels Against Tories in Upper Canada 1837

    Profiles of ordinary people who were caught up in the 1837 Rebellion in Upper Canada.
    $9.95, Paperback
    Interest ages: 11-18
  • Gay Marriage

    Few issues have dominated recent Canadian politics like the legalization of same-sex marriage. In exclusive interviews with couples, activists, lawyers, political advisers and ministers, Sylvain Larocque explores this divisive issue with depth and insight.
    $17.00, Digital (PDF)
  • Rene Levesque

    A shrewd politician, René Lévesque made Quebec separatism a reality. The Parti Québécois thrived because of his passion, integrity, and considerable charm. It has been said that when he spoke to someone, he gave the feeling that he or she was the most important person in the world. In an era when some preferred to use firebombs to get their point across, Lévesque wanted Quebeckers to vote on separation. But in May 1980, the people of Quebec voted a resounding "no." For Lévesque, it was the end of a dream.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • Fighting for Women's Rights

    From her time growing up in India and the Royal Court of Siam, Anna (made famous as the "I" in the movie The King and I) developed a fiercely independent nature that she brought with her to North America. As a well-known author, Anna toured America landing in Halifax where she single-handedly created an art school for girls - later to become the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She devoted most of her life to the fight for women's rights.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • Confederation in Crisis

    Here is a brief, readable guide to the post-Meech Lake era in Canada featuring leading experts from Québec and English Canada.
    $8.95, Paperback
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