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End of the Line: The 1857 Train Wreck at the Desjardins Canal Bridge

by Don McIver

In 1857 a Toronto-to-Hamilton train crashed on the Desjardins Canal bridge. 60 people died, making it one of the worst railway disasters in North America. These are the stories of those associated with its construction...


Ships of Wood and Men of Iron: A Norewegian-Canadian Saga of Exploration in the High Arctic

by Gerard Kenney

A history of explorations of the Arctic in Canada, beginning with Otto Sverdrups 18981902 Norwegian expedition.


Caledonia: Along the Grand River

by Barbara Martindale

Intriguing entrepreneurs, town characters and prominent citizens have touched the life of Caledonia, leaving a legacy that is fascinating, sometimes amusing and richly anecdotal.


If I Had a Million Dollars...I'd Ease the Pain of HIV/AIDS in Africa: A How-to Manual for Individuals and Groups Wishing to Make a Positive Response t

by Stephen Douglas

This guide was written by Stephen Douglas on behalf of the York Region Committee in support of the Stephen Lewis Foundation.


The Loghouse Nest

by Louise de Kiriline Lawrence

A charming account of the author's special relationship with the birds and wild creatures who shared her northern homesite at Pimisi Bay, near Mattawa, Ontario.


Waking Nanabijou: Uncovering a Secret Past

by Sr., Jim Poling

Upon his mothers death, veteran journalist Jim Poling discovers papers that lead him to question her identity. A search that began in anger concludes with understanding.


Paddling Partners: Fifty Years of Northern Canoe Travel

by Bruce W. Hodgins & Carol Hodgins

Carol and Bruce Hodgins began leading canoe trips in 1957 in northern Ontario. Paddling Partners tells the story of their shared canoe travel over the past 50 years.


Faces of the North: The Ethnographic Photography of John Honigmann

by Bryan Cummins

A photographic account of John J. Honigmanns anthropological endeavours among northern First Nations from the 1940s to the 1960s.


My Home As I Remember

by Lee Maracle & Sandra Laronde

My Home As I Remember contains literary and artistic achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Mtis women across Canada and the United States.


Broadway North: The Dream of a Canadian Musical Theatre

by Mel Atkey

An historical chronicle of Canadian musicals and the composers, lyricists, actors, and producers who brought them to life across Canada.


Redpath: The History of a Sugar House

by Richard Feltoe

Redpath, today a household name for sugar in Canada, has its roots in the story of an enterprising Scots immigrant, John Redpath.


A Very Fine Class of Immigrants: Prince Edward Island's Scottish Pioneers, 1770-1850

by Lucille H. Campey

P.E.I. was the first Canadian area to acquire Scottish pioneers. Its colonization by Scots occurred when the process of immigration and settlement was in its infancy.


Bears in the Bird Feeders: Cottage Life on Shaman's Rock

by Sr., Jim Poling

Going to the cottage is like going to school, only better. You learn interesting and important stuff every day. As well as fun and relaxation, cottage living throughout the seasons is a reminder that all of...


The Lumberjacks

by Donald MacKay

This is definitive history of lumbering in Canada captures the vitality of the lumber camps and documents the evolution of a major industry.


Mar: A Glimpse Into the Natural Life of a Bird

by Louise de Kiriline Lawrence

Writing with uncanny skill, Louise de Kiriline Lawrence leads us gently into the world of birds. Her perception, intuition and experience give her insights that she here freely shares with us all.


Another Winter, Another Spring: A Love Remembered

by Louise de Kiriline Lawrence

Swedish-born Louise Flach finds herself in the heart of the Russian Revolution. This is a tale of love and loyalty tested by great hardship and suffering.


I Saw Santa

by Thelma Carey-Thompson

Little Dwayne grew up in rural Jamaica. When Canadians visited his school and a tall white man with a white beard got off the bus, Dwayne just knew this was Santa Claus.


See You Next Summer: Postcard Memories of Sparrow Lake

by Bruce McCraw

Vintage postcards illustrate these stories of an earlier time in Sparrow Lake.


Every Trail Has a Story: Heritage Travel in Canada

by Bob Henderson

Canada is packed with intriguing destinations where heritage and landscape interact. Bob Henderson captures our living history and its relationship to the land.


The Frances Smith: Palace Steamer of the Upper Great Lakes, 1867-1896

by Scott L. Cameron & C. Patrick Labadie

The Frances Smith, the first steamboat to be built in Owen Sound, was the largest and most luxurious vessel to sail the Upper Great Lakes from a Canadian port.