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From Burleigh to Boschink: A Community Called Stony Lake

by Christie Bentham & Katharine Hooke

From Burleigh to Boschink: A Community Called Stony Lake covers over a hundred years of human history, encompassing the Aboriginal Peoples, their presence and influence, early settlement and cottaging activity...


Black Creek Pioneer Village: Toronto's Living History Village

by Helma Mika, Nick Mika & Gary Thompson

Black Creek Pioneer Village is a recreation of a typical crossroads community found in southern Ontario during the 1800s.


Let's Dance: A Celebration of Ontario's Dance Halls and Summer Dance Pavilions

by Peter Young

Let's Dance: A Celebration of Ontario's Dance Halls and Summer Dance Pavilions is a nostalgic musical journey, recapturing the unforgettable music of youth and lasting friendships, the days when the live mellow...


Discover Your Heritage: A Guide to Provincial Plaques in Ontario

by Mary Ellen Perkins

Since 1956 more than 1,000 historical markers have been erected throughout Ontario.


Capturing the French River: Images Along One of Canada's Most Famous Waterways, 1910-1927

by Wayne Kelly

This beautifully illustrated work is designed to delight history and photography buffs as well as canoeing enthusiasts.


Parry Sound: Gateway to Northern Ontario

by Adrian Hayes

Parry Sound, Ontario, at the mouth of the Seguin River on Georgian Bay, traces its history back to William Beatty Jr. and the purchase of timber rights.


An Unstoppable Force: The Scottish Exodus to Canada

by Lucille H. Campey

In the late eighteenth century, Scottish emigration became an unstoppable force. Campey examines the causes of the exodus and traces the colonizers progress across Canada.


The Chinese in Toronto from 1878: From Outside to Inside the Circle

by Arlene Chan

In 1894 Toronto's Chinese population numbered 50. Today, no less than seven Chinatowns serve the second-largest visible minority in the city, with a population of half a million. With their many achievements,...


Much to Be Done: Private Life in Ontario From Victorian Diaries

by Frances Hoffman & Ryan Taylor

Much To Be Done provides accounts of everyday life and special occasions in Victorian Ontario, drawn from diary accounts of both the gentry and the ordinary individual.


The Juno Beach Trilogy: First Canadian Army and the Normandy Campaign, June 6th - August 21, 1944

by Mark Zuehlke

Together in one convenient ebook, three of Mark Zuehlke's epics of Canadian soldiers in World War II take us from the dramatic events of D-Day (June 6, 1944) to the days following, and the final push. Juno Beach...


The Canadian Corps in World War I

by Rene Chartrand & Gerry Embleton

In 1914 with a regular army of only 3,110 men Canada was ill-prepared to enter World War I (1914-1918). Yet, in a display of incredible unanimity thousands of young Canadians volunteered to fight for the Allied...


In The Field

by Joan Sullivan

FREELANCE WRITER AND PLAYWRIGHT Joan Sullivan's book In the Field is a work of non-fiction that tells the story of one young Newfound¬lander soldier, Stephen Norris, lost in WWI, and how his death affected...


Maritime Murder: Deadly Crimes from the Buried Past

by Steve Vernon

In his uniquely homespun style, sinister storyteller Steve Vernon digs up the dirt on Maritime murders from 1770 to 1929--along with a few bodies along the way. Unearthing historically buried, and occasionally...


Under the Blue Beret: A U.N. Peacekeeper in the Middle East

by Terry "Stoney" Burke

From inexperienced soldier to seasoned veteran of nine U.N. missions in Cyprus, Israel, Lebanon, and Syria, Terry Burke gives us a detailed account of a peacekeeper's life in the ever-turbulent Middle East.


Aroostook War of 1839

by Gary Campbell

A little-known episode in North America's history, the 1839 Aroostook War was an undeclared war with no actual fighting. It had its roots in the 1793 Treaty of Paris, which ended the American Revolutionary War...


Of Courage and Determination: The First Special Service Force, "The Devil's Brigade," 1942-44

by Michel Wyczynski, Bernd Horn & Charlie Mann

In the dark, early days of the Second World War, the Allies desperately tried to slow down the Axis tide of conquest. With victory slipping away, the Allies turned to special operations forces such as the...


The Canada-Russia Summit Series 40th Anniversary Special

by Aislin, Ted Blackman & Red Fisher

Stories, cartoons and newspaper page reproductions from the coverage of the 1972 Canada-Russia 8 game hockey series.


Posted to Canada: The Watercolours of George Russell Dartnell, 1835-1844

by Honor de Pencier

Posted to Canada examines, for the first time, the immense body of work created by George Dartnell, a British army surgeon stationed in Canada from 1835 to 1844.


Breakthrough!: Canada's Greatest Inventions and Innovations

by John Melady

Canada's greatest medical breakthrough might well be insulin, but the telephone, the light bulb, the jetliner, the BlackBerry, and basketball also had Canadians behind them. Author John Melady showcases the...


Opera Viva: The Canadian Opera Company The First Fifty Years

by Ezra Schabas & Carl Morey

A history of the Canadian Opera Company and Canadas cultural growth in the second half of the twentieth century.