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4527 Results
Hot apple cider words to stir the heart and warm the soul
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2014
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The thought-provoking and honest accounts in this book will stir your heart and warm your soul. So unwind with a copy of 'Hot Apple Cider' and let the stories surprise you, make you laugh and inspire you to have a deeper...

A second cup of hot apple cider words to stimulate the mind and delight the spirit
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2014
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A unique collection of inspirational stories, poems and articles. Sequel to ?Hot Apple Cider: Words to Stir the Heart and Warm the Soul?. c2011.

Clearing the Plains disease, politics of starvation, and the loss of Aboriginal life —Daschuk, James W. (James William), 1961-
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2014
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Daschuk examines the roles that Old World diseases, climate, and, disturbingly, Canadian politics - the politics of ethnocide - played in the deaths and subjugation of thousands of aboriginal people in the realization of...

Journeyman travels of a writer —Findley, Timothy, 1930-2002.
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2005

A record of some of the voyages, real and imagined, that inspired and informed the author's award-winning fiction, non-fiction, and theatrical works. Also includes a selection of his many journal entries, letters, poems,...

Nocturne on the life and death of my brother —Humphreys, Helen, 1961-
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2014

Helen Humphreys younger brother Martin was gone before she could come to terms with the fact that he had terminal cancer. Diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at the age of forty-five, he died just four months later. Martin ...

My famous evening Nova Scotia sojourns, diaries and preoccupations —Norman, Howard A.
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2005

Canadian author Norman has travelled to Nova Scotia over the decades, collecting stories, myths, and memories. He recounts the story of Marlais Quire, who travelled to New York in the 1920's to hear Joseph Conrad, talks ...

Mitchell the life of W.O. Mitchell : the years of fame, 1948-1998 —Mitchell, Ormond.
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2010

After the publication of "Who Has Seen the Wind" in 1947, W.O. Mitchell was a national figure, living his life in the limelight and loving it. He worked with or mentored Pierre Berton, Farley Mowat, Frances Itani and Ali...

Buried —Wylie, Ken, author.
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2016
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A survivor's account of the avalanche that struck the Selkirk Range of British Columbia on January 20, 2003, burying 13 members of two guided backcountry skiing groups, and killing seven. 2014.

A bloom of friendship the story of the Canadian Tulip Festival —Renaud, Anne, 1957-
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2008

Every spring, Canada's capital bursts into colour with thousands of tulip blooms. Although this annual event has much to do with a love of flowers, it's also the celebration of a friendship that blossomed between two cou...

Mingan my village
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2017

"Mingan my village" is a collection of 15 faces and 15 poems written by young Innu. Given a platform to be heard, the children chose to transport readers far away from the difficulties and problems related to their reali...

Fearless as possible (under the circumstances) —Donlon, Denise, author.
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2017

Donlon chronicles her days at MuchMusic and the music journalism show The NewMusic, where her mandate was relevance, during a time when music videos became a medium that would change pop music and popular culture forever...

Ja, no, man growing up white in apartheid-era South Africa —Poplak, Richard.
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2008

Like most 70's era children, Richard Poplak was obsessed with pop culture, like The Cosby Show, Guns N'Roses, and Mad Max movies. But in his country of South Africa, censorship in the newspapers, military training at sch...

One Native life —Wagamese, Richard.
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2010

Wagamese's look back at the long road he traveled in reclaiming his identity, and about what he's learned as a human being, a man, and an Ojibway. Whether he's writing about playing baseball, running away with the circus...

Maurice Richard —Foran, Charles, 1960-
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2012

Born in 1921 into a working-class family, Maurice Richard came of age as a French Canadian and athlete during an era when the majority population of Quebec slumbered. Richard aspired only to score goals and win champions...

Kobzar's children a century of stories by Ukrainians —Skrypuch, Marsha Forchuk.
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2007

An anthology of short historical fiction, memoirs, and poems written about the Ukrainian immigrant experience. The stories span a century of history from 1905 to 2004, and they contain the voices of people who lived thro...

Opium eater the new confessions —Zwarenstein, Carlyn, author.
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2017

North Americans are the world's most compulsive and prolific users of legal opioids. Carlyn Zwarenstein, diagnosed with an inflammatory spine disease as a young mother, eventually turned to them to manage her painches In...

Child soldier when boys and girls are used in war —Humphreys, Jessica Dee, author.
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2017

It's 1993, and the Democratic Republic of Congo is going through major political changes. Five-year-old Michel is playing with friends one day when, without warning, a group of rebel soldiers pulls up to the school groun...

Smiley a journey of love —George, Joanne, author.
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2018
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Smiley, a most remarkable Golden Retriever, was born without eyes. He was rescued from a puppy mill and has become a superb therapy dog, providing therapy to people all over the world through social media and television....

Lives of mothers and daughters growing up with Alice Munro —Munro, Sheila, 1953-
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2001

An intimate biography of Alice Munro. It describes in a way that only a close relative could, the details of her family background, from the Laidlaws who left Scotland in the early 19th century, to Alice Munro's birth in...

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