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Canadian Nuclear Weapons: The Untold Story of Canada's Cold War Arsenal

by John Clearwater

Brings together until-recently secret information about the nature of the nuclear arsenal in Canada, from 1963 to 1984.


Canada's Enemies: Spies and Spying in the Peaceable Kingdom

by Graeme Mount

From German conspiracies along Ontarios borders to monitoring mail between Canadian communists and Moscow an exploration of newly declassified documents.


"C" Force to Hong Kong: A Canadian Catastrophe

by Brereton Greenhous

The book recounts the formation of the "C" Force and its departure to Hong Kong where it arrived just three weeks before the Japanese attack. It outlines the course of the battle from December 8, 1941, until...


The Canadian Home: From Cave to Electronic Cocoon

by Marc Denhez

This book details how housing developed in Canada and includes revealing Canadian Home Builders Association records.


Tip of the Spear: An Intimate Account of 1 Canadian Parachute Battalion, 1942-1945

by Bernd Horn & Michel Wyczynski

This is the story of 1 Canadian Parachute Battalion, established as the "tip of the spear" of Allied attacks in the Second World War.


There Was A Piper, A Scottish Piper: Memoirs of Pipe Major John T. MacKenzie

by John T. MacKenzie

The memoirs of John T. MacKenzie reveal a remarkable military man and an authority on highland piping with a commitment to tradition and excellence.


Toronto Sketches 7: The Way We Were

by Mike Filey

These are collections of Mike Filey's best work from his popular and long-running Toronto Sun column, "The Way We Were."


On the Front Line of Life: Stephen Leacock: Memories and Reflections, 1935-1944

by Alan Bowker

These essays reveal a personal Leacock, conveying the message that only the human spirit can bring social justice, peace, and progress.


"Our Gallant Doctor": Enigma and Tragedy: Surgeon-Lieutenant George Hendry and HMCS Ottawa, 1942

by James Goodwin

On September 13, 1942, HMCS Ottawa was sunk by a German U-boat. Dr. George Hendry, exhausted from hours of difficult surgery, was lost, along with many others.


Perspectives on the Canadian Way of War: Serving the National Interest

by Bernd Horn

This collection of essays underlines the reality that the "Canadian way of war" is a direct reflection of circumstances and political will.


The Canadian Iroquois and the Seven Years' War

by D. Peter MacLeod & Canadian War Museum

The book looks at the social and economic impact of the war on both men and women in Canadian Iroquois communities.


On Her Majesty's Service: Royal Honours and Recognition in Canada

by Christopher McCreery

On Her Majesty's Service examines the history and development of marks of honour from the Crown in detail and also provides complete lists of Canadian recipients and a section on heraldry.


Hidden in the Enemy's Sight: Resisting the Third Reich from Within

by Jan Kamienski

In 1941, 16-year-old Jan Kamieski is sent to Dresden, Germany, as part of the Polish Resistance, where, armed with false papers, he takes up Underground activities and does everything he can within the heartland...


River Palace

by Walter Lewis

During her history, the steamboat Kingston survived wrecks and fires, until finally being sunk near one of Kingston's ship graveyards in 1930. This book tells her story.


From Cold War to New Millennium: The History of The Royal Canadian Regiment, 1953-2008

by Bernd Horn

From Cold War to New Millennium provides a detailed account of The Royal Canadian Regiments history from 1953 to 2008.


The Firebrand: William Lyon Mackenzie and the Rebellion in Upper Canada

by William Kilbourn & Ronald Stagg

Kilbourn vividly brings to life the rebel Canadian hero William Lyon Mackenzie: able political editor, first mayor of Toronto, and the gadfly of the House of Assembly.


The Admirals: Canada's Senior Naval Leadership in the Twentieth Century

by Michael Whitby, Richard H. Gimblett & Peter Haydon

A biographical compendium of articles on the officers who led Canada's navy from 1910 to 1968.


Erratic North: A Vietnam Draft Resister's Life in the Canadian Bush

by Mark Frutkin

Novelist Mark Frutkin, who immigrated to Canada to protest and resist the U.S. military draft during the Vietnam War, looks back at the culture that compelled his move.


James Fitzjames: The Mystery Man of the Franklin Expedition

by William Battersby

A lively man with a wicked sense of humour, James Fitzjames joined the Franklin Expedition at the age of 32. While he never returned, he left behind a legacy of misinformation, half-truths, and adventures that...


Unbuilt Calgary: A History of the City That Might Have Been

by Stephanie White

Unbuilt Calgary is a survey of projects proposed but not built that were situated at critical times in Calgary's development; projects that indicate the city's ambitions through its first 100 years. It looks...