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  • What's a Friend?

    This volume in the Where We Live series examines the pressures young people experience growing up in a big, multicultural city.
    $5.95, Paperback
  • A Guide to The Last Voyage of the Scotian

    A guide for teachers at the senior elementary and early secondary levels who want to use Bill Freeman's book The Last Voyage of the Scotian in classes in English and in Canadian history.
    $10.00, Spiral-bound
    Interest ages: 8-13
  • Apples, Peaches and Pears

    Recipes from the classics to the most inventive and unusual for three of Canada's finest summer fruits.

    $12.95, Spiral-bound
  • City for Sale

    City for Sale is perhaps the most penetrating, myth-shattering analysis ever made of landownership and kindered forces behind a city's development.
    $29.95, Paperback
  • How Levesque Won

    First published in 1977, How Levesque Won is a vivid and immediate report on a seismic shift in Canadian politics, the aftershocks of which continue to be felt today.

    $14.95, Paperback
  • Mennonite Furniture

    The art, architecture and furniture of Ontario's Mennonite settlers reflected the deep convictions of these law-abiding, profoundly religious and pacifist people.
    $2.99, Paperback
  • The Caribbean Connection

    In this book, first published in 1977, Robert Chodos offers a broad-ranging exploration of Canada's Caribbean connection, combining a concern for the broad issues it entails with a perceptive reporter's eye for telling detail.
    $19.95, Paperback
  • The Liberal Idea of Canada

    First published in 1977, The Liberal Idea of Canada remains a wide-ranging and insightful analysis of the ideological foundations of Canada's dominant political party.
    $14.95, Paperback
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    1837

    A play about the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837 and the life of William Lyon Mackenzie, covering key events in the history of Canada.

    $22.95, Paperback
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    A Guide to 1837

    The Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837 and the life of William Lyon Mackenzie are key events in the history of Canada. This guide is written specifically to clarify these events for students of Canadian history and of Canadian literature.
    $3.00, Spiral-bound
  • Canada's Unions

    Canada's Union offers an unparalleled, immediate portrait of the state of the Canadian labour movement during a crucial decade of its existence.

    $16.95, Paperback
  • Land and Urban Development

    Land and Urban Development presents an extremely detailed analysis of the mechanics of urban development at a crucial period in Canadian history.

    $19.95, Paperback
  • The Age of Mackenzie King

    William Lyon Mackenzie King played a vital role in shaping Canadian politics, economics and international relations from 1900 to the present. His importance is indicated by the energy of Liberal party historians in creating an official version of life.

    $16.95, Paperback
  • The City Book

    First published in 1976, this book offers twenty-two case studies of the politics, policies and problems of Canadian cities.

    $19.95, Paperback
  • Winners, Losers

    Winners, Losers is a fast-paced account of an important period in Canadian conservative politics, with portraits of its dominant figures--Joe Clark, Dalton Camp, Paul Hellyer, Brian Mulroney.
    $14.95, Paperback
  • Inflation or Depression

    First published in 1975, Inflation or Depression offers a bold interpretation of the malaise affecting the world economy at the beginning of the 1970s.
    $29.95, Paperback
  • Lazaros Olibrius

    "Un mouton grec saute la clôture. De l'autre côté de la clôture, il y a un trou. Dans le trou..."
    $6.95, Paperback
    Interest ages: 5-8
  • Le Triste Dragon

    Lucy the dragon becomes terribly lonely in her search for a lost friend. Finally her dreams bring her a vision, and she awakes to a marvellous surprise.
    $6.95, Paperback
    Interest ages: 5-8
  • Memories are made of this

    Memories are made of this is a portrait of a period; the story of the generation who were teenagers in the Fifties.

    $30.00, Hardcover
  • Shantymen of Cache Lake

    This is the story of 14-year-old John Bains and his sister Meg, 13, and the winter they spend working in alumber camp in the Ottawa Valley.
    $9.95, Paperback
    Interest ages: 7-15
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