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Women Who Dig

Weaving together the narratives of female farmers from across three continents, Women Who Dig offers a critical look at how women are responding to and, increasingly, rising up against, the injustices ...

Where Once They Stood

Where Once They Stood challenges popular notions that those who voted against Confederation in 1869 and for union in 1948 were uninformed and gullible. Raymond Blake and Melvin Baker demonstrate that ...

620 Wild Plants of North America

 Naturalists, birders, students, teachers, conservationists, environmental consultants, wildlife biologists and botanists--amateur and professonal alike--will find this picture book of plant anatomy ...

"Your Loving Son"

"Your Loving Son": Letters of an RCAF Navigator is a collection of George King's wartime letters to his family in Summerberry, Saskatchewan. These letters--humorous, heartwarming, poignant--offer a glimpse ...

-30-: Thirty Years of Journalism and Democracy in Canada

  Journalism matters--and this book proves it.

This insightful, eloquent and entertaining anthology paints a compelling portrait of Canada and Canadian journalism in a rapidly changing world. It brings ...

#IdleNoMore

Idle No More bewildered many Canadians. Launched by four women in Saskatchewan in reaction to a federal omnibus budget bill, the protest became the most powerful demonstration of Aboriginal identity in ...

100 Days of Cree

As an Elder once said, "Learn one Cree word a day for 100 days, and emerge a different person. "

In 100 Days of Cree, Neal McLeod offers us a portal into another way of understanding the universe--and ...

Châhkâpâs

Châhkâpâs: A Naskapi Legend shares the story of Châhkâpâs, a heroic figure in First Nations storytelling, who performs feats of strength and skill in spite of his diminutive size.
 
The book shares ...

In My Own Moccasins

An unflinching memoir of addiction, intergenerational trauma, and the wounds of sexual assault from a resilient, emerging Indigenous voice.

Helen Knott, a highly accomplished Indigenous woman, seems to ...

kayas nohcin

Mary Louise (née Bangs) Rockthunder, wêpanâkit, was an Elder of Cree, Saulteaux, and Nakoda descent. Born in 1913, raised and married at nehiyawipwatinahk / Piapot First Nation, Mary Louise, a much-loved ...