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By David Dilks. 2005
Winston Churchill's connection with Canada ("the Great Dominion", as he called it) spanned more than half a century: at Winnipeg… he heard the news of Queen Victoria's death, in Ottawa in the dark days of 1941 he proclaimed his confidence in victory, and in 1952 had to concede that the result of victory had been far less satisfying than he had wished. No other Commonwealth country sparked such detailed knowledge or lifelong interest. 2005.
By J. L Granatstein. 1993
Granatstein's study of life at the top during the Second World War centres on the most senior ranks in the… Canadian Army. Men like Andrew McNaughton, Harold Crerar, Thomas Burns and Guy Simonds had not only to win military campaigns, but also command the sympathies of bureaucrats and powerful politicians. None, however, forgot they were fighting a war, and that their decisions directly affected the lives of Canadian soldiers. 1993.
By Milton Katselas. 1996
Discusses strategies for confronting one's limitations and psychological blocks. Topics in this self-help manual of empowerment and personal transformation include… the consequences of inaction, the nature of blame, and the relationship between loving and giving. 1996.
By Richard Carlson. 1998
The author offers one hundred short essays to help people enjoy life more and worry less. Ideas include considering that… a journey begins with just one step, transcending problems instead of dealing with them, using the power of reflection, taking lunch breaks, and remembering the Golden Rule. c1998.
By Francis Thompson, Lee Selleck. 1997
Two Yellowknife journalists analyze what happened during the strike at the Giant mine, which culminated in an explosion which killed… nine men in 1992. They describe the major players in the drama, the major events, including the trial of Roger Warren, and even raise questions about Warren's guilt. Some strong language. 1997.
Dreams have no expiry date: a practical and inspirational way for women to take charge of their futures
By Laurie Naomi Gottlieb, Deanna Rosenswig. 2005
Whether capping a successful career and looking for a new challenge, finding themselves unexpectedly downsized, or emerging from the home… to work, women are searching for purpose in their jobs and lives. The authors show how mid-life is actually the best time for women to live their dreams, as they have the freedom, emotional resources, self-knowledge, time, and energy to do so. 2005.
By Henry Mietkiewicz, Bob Mackowycz. 1988
Rochdale College was an eighteen-story apartment building near the University of Toronto campus which, between 1968 and 1975, was the… centre of hippie culture in Toronto. Reviled by politicians and police for its anarchy and its flow of drugs, and loved by hippies for the same reasons, the Rochdale culture helped create some of Canada's most gifted artists, actors, musicians, and writers. Some strong language. 1988.
By David Jay Bercuson, J. L Granatstein. 1992
The editors have compiled approximately 1500 entries concerning Canadian military history from the early 17th century to peacekeeping duties in… 1992, with an emphasis on the 20th century. Entries cover military actions, senior military personnel, politicians whose policies affected the military, Victoria and George Cross winners, and entries on security and intelligence topics.
Depression-free, naturally: 7 weeks to eliminating anxiety, despair, fatigue, and anger from your life
By Joan Mathews Larson, Joan Mathews-Larson. 1999
The author offers her revolutionary formulas for healing your emotions - biochemically. These proven, all-natural formulas will help you find… the emotional well-being you've been missing your entire life. Inside you'll discover how to: screen yourself for emotional and behavioural symptoms; recognize the mental and physical clues that indicate biochemical imbalances; heal your depression and anxiety with the right vitamins and minerals; stabilize your mood swings and protect your well-being with essential fatty acids; and choose the right foods for optimal mental fitness. Safe, fast, more long-lasting and cheaper than prescription drugs or psychotherapy, this program will help you find the balance and well-being you seek. c1999.
By Timothy E Quill. 1993
A physician describes the decision-making process of one of his patients and his role in assisting her suicide. Quill reveals… how he came to believe that medicine does not properly address the needs of the dying. He outlines alternative choices that he believes a patient can make in consultation with his or her doctor and argues for the need to challenge the status quo that makes one choice an illegal act. 1993.
The ViCLAS (Violent Crime Linkage Analysis System) database was a first - an adaptation of the techniques used by FBI… psychological profilers folded into a comprehensive, cross-referenced data bank to track serial predators. Within months of its introduction, ViCLAS contributed to successful outcomes in a number of cases, including the Bernardo/Homolka murders. It was largely the initiative of one man, RCMP Sergeant Ron MacKay. Some descriptions of sex and some strong language, descriptions of violence. 2002.
Offers an account of the most important developments in Canadian history from the sixties until today, as seen and interpreted… by leftist scholars and writers. Each chapter reviews a major theme, such as Canada's relationship to the U.S., the development of our health care system, the dynamics of Aboriginal-non-Aboriginal relations and the role of Canadian cultural work in shaping Canadian society. Taken together, the book provides a unique and broad perspective on virtually every significant event and development in recent Canadian history. 2016.
By Helen Brown. 2010
Helen Brown wasn't a cat person, but her nine-year old son Sam was. A week after Helen agreed to let… Sam have a kitten, Sam was killed in a road accident. Not long after this, a little black kitten was delivered to the family's doorstep. Helen was ready to send her back, but Sam's younger brother, Rob, identified with the kitten who'd also lost her brothers. Stroking her, it was the first time Helen had seen him smile since Sam's death. There was no choice, the kitten -- dubbed Cleo -- had to stay. Cleo's immense character slowly taught the family to laugh again, giving them hope of getting back to normal. 2010.
By Gail E Vaz-Oxlade. 2016
We live in a world of growing singleness. While lots of attention is being paid to senior singles, less has… been given to younger women and men who find themselves suddenly single. This book maps out the territory that singles find themselves in, guides readers through topics that form the new land of singleness, and helps readers decide what’s urgent, what’s important and what they can afford to just let go unattended. Bestseller. 2016.
By Jack Boudreau. 1998
A history of the people and the heart of the MacGregor Mountain country of B.C., and the hardships and adventures… of the early pioneers who lived there. Prequel to "Grizzly Bear Mountain" (DC24492). 1998.
By W. M Elofson. 2000
The author, a Canadian historian and rancher, discusses life on the Canadian frontier between 1870 and World War I. Intending… to dispel the myth that the frontier was inhabited by peaceful, law-abiding ranchers, he describes the prostitution, gunfights and cattle rustling that were part of the ordinary life of the cowboys and settlers. 2000.
By Denise Marek. 2006
A four-step process designed specifically for women who worry, this formula will help you stop worrying, eliminate self-limiting beliefs, and… develop greater inner peace. You'll discover strategies to immediately reduce worry and put an end to "what if" thinking. Find out how to transform fear into action, to finally stop worrying about what others think of you, and discover how to let go of the need for perfectionism, regain excitement for life, and restore your peace of mind. 2006.
By Christine F Dickinson, Diane S Smith. 1995
Memoirs, anecdotes and tales from all walks of life - from the proud fisherman to the humble academic - which… reflect the way of life peculiar to the Atlantic seaboard. 1979. (Canada's Atlantic Folklore and Folklife series ; 2)
By William Beeching. 1989
The author, who was himself a volunteer, retells the story of the Canadians who fought in Spain in defence of… democracy. Memories collected from aging veterans reflect their pride in having served with Canada's Mackenzie-Papineau Battalion, which formed part of the 15th International Brigade. Among these young men and women were Canada's first dead in the fight against fascism. The book includes a comprehensive list of Canadian volunteers. 1989.