Below is a list of titles published in the last six months.
Electronic book textCAD27.99GBP27.99USD27.99Al Rashid Mosque, Canada’s first and one of the earliest in North America, was erected in Edmonton in the depth of the Depression of the 1930s. Over time, the story of this first mosque, which served as a magnet for more Lebanese Muslim immigrants to Edmonton, was woven into the folklore of the local community. —Baha Abu-Laban, Foreword
Electronic book textCAD24.99GBP16.99USD24.99CAD24.99GBP16.99USD24.99“Ma’am, you sound like a very reasonable person. Can I advise you to just move?”
Electronic book textCAD19.99GBP13.99USD19.99“Windburned, eyes closed, this: beneath the keening of bergs, a deeper thresh of glaciers calving, creaking with sun. Sound of earth, her bones, wide russet bowl of hips splaying open. From these sere flanks, her desiccating body, what a sea change is born.”
Electronic book textCAD39.99GBP27.99USD39.99December 2018CAD39.99GBP27.99USD39.99December 2018Sam Steele, “the man who tamed the Gold Rush,” had a high-profile public career, yet his private life has been closely protected. Sam Steele: A Biography follows Steele’s rise from farm boy in backwoods Ontario to the much-lauded Major General Sir Samuel Benfield Steele. Drawing on the vast Steele archive at the University of Alberta, this comprehensive biography vividly recounts some of the most significant events of the first fifty years of Canadian Confed... [READ MORE]
Electronic book textCAD31.99GBP31.99USD31.99The transfer of knowledge is a key issue in the North as Indigenous Peoples meet the ongoing need to adapt to cultural and environmental change. In eight essays, experts survey critical issues surrounding the knowledge practices of the Inuit of northern Canada and Greenland and the Northern Sámi of Scandinavia, and the difficulties of transferring that knowledge from one generation to the next. Reflecting the ongoing work of the Research Group Circumpolar Cultures, these... [READ MORE]
Electronic book textCAD24.99GBP16.99USD24.99CAD24.99GBP16.99USD24.99The verb esperar means to wait. It also means to hope.—“The Past Was a Small Notebook, Much Scribbled-Upon”, Cora Siré