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By Pierre Berton. 1973
Eat right 4 your type: the individualized diet solution to staying healthy, living longer & achieving your ideal weight (Eat Right 4 Your Type Ser.)
By Catherine Whitney, Peter D'Adamo. 1996
A naturopathic physician recommends diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes based on a person's blood type. Suggests that foods consumed produce… different chemical reactions in individuals of the four major blood types, and that scientists have confirmed a link between blood type and the risk of certain diseases. 1996.
By John Sewell. 2002
This book introduces Toronto's greatest spaces, from architectural jewels to buildings that were witness to some of the city's most… important moments. Former mayor John Sewell takes us on a tour of the Toronto places every citizen and visitor should see, such as Osgoode Hall, the old Don Jail, and the Chapel of St. James-the-Less. 2002.
By Robert C Atkins. 2008
Restructure the way you eat to focus on the foods that will help you re-energize, lose weight, and keep it… off. This book offers essential medical and nutritional information, low-carb meal plans, and dozens of mouth-watering recipes for everything from appetizers to entrées to desserts. 2008, c2002.
By Elaine Gloria Gottschall. 1994
Discusses the relationship between food and disorders such as Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, autism, and celiac disease. Explains the cycle… of events occurring in the intestine of those with such problems, and how the Specific Carbohydrate Diet can break the cycle and permit the body to regain normal functioning. Includes recipes. 2004.
By Cary Fagan. 1990
This personal portrait of a city in upheaval shows a polarized social structure which characterizes the new Toronto. The author… shows a city divided into the powerful and the powerless, the outrageous and the outraged. 1990.
By Norman Levine. 1993
In 1956 writer Norman Levine, seven years an expatriate in England, returned for an unsentimental journey through his homeland. Drawn… toward the bottom rungs of Canadian society - the beer parlours, the bunkhouses filled with immigrant miners, the cheap flophouses - he wrote an account so bitter that it didn't find a Canadian publisher for more than 20 years. Levine, now considered one of Canada's finest short story writers, maintains "my writing starts with this book." 1993, c1958.
By Paul H St. Pierre. 1990
By Mark Abley. 1986
By Jan Main. 1997
Written by a Toronto home economist in conjunction with the Osteoporosis Society of Canada, this is a cookbook aimed at… helping girls and women get enough calcium in their diets. It contains calcium-loaded recipes and offers non-dairy sources for this nutrient. It also recommends exercises that help to maintain healthy bones. 1997.
By Olive Patricia Dickason. 1992
Dickason traces the history of Canada's first nations, from the earliest habitation of North America through European settlement and to… the present. She discusses current issues and controversies, including Meech Lake, the Oka crisis, and the debate over self-government. 1992.
By Roy MacGregor. 2007
MacGregor has travelled this vast country in pursuit of the often elusive national identity. Against the backdrop of pivotal events,… and in a sparking blend of historical, anecdotal, and reflective writing, he captures essential truths about who we are and what makes us tick. Some descriptions of sex. 2007.
By Dee Alexander Brown. 1970
The author sets out to tell of the conquest of the American West as the victims experienced it, using their… own words whenever possible; of the greedy invaders, murdering and destroying Indians who had set out to live in peace with their white neighbours. 1970.
By Derek Lundy. 2010
Setting out on his motorcycle and considering the post-9/11 American passion with security, Lundy took a firsthand look at the… US/Mexican and the US/Canadian borders. "The periphery of a place can tell us a great deal about its heartland; along the edge of a nation's territory, its real prejudices, fears and obsessions - but also its virtues - irrepressibly bubble up as its people confront the 'other' whom they admire, or fear, or hold in contempt, and know little about". Some descriptions of violence and some strong language. 2010.
By Will Ferguson. 2004
The author has spent the past three years criss-crossing Canada, from Cape Spear on the coast of Newfoundland to the… sun-dappled streets of Olde Victoria. He weaves his own experiences into those of the larger Canadian narrative. What he discovers along the way is that Canada is not so much a country as a collection of outposts - not only geographically, but culturally and linguistically. Some strong language. Winner of the 2005 Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal. 2004.
By Ian Wilson, Sally Wilson. 1992
By Jonathan Waterman. 2001
Jonathan Waterman's 2,200-mile journey across the roof of North America, during 1997-1999, took him through Inuit communities from Alaska to… Nunavut. He offers first-hand observations of their life, language, and beliefs, their reactions to modernization, their treatment by whites, and the unemployment, suicide, spousal abuse, and addiction that is prevalent among them. Waterman looks into a past of environmental destruction, government cover-ups, and explorers as the Inuit stand on the brink of a more hopeful, independent future. Some strong language and some descriptions of violence. 2001.
By Margaret Webb. 2008
On this cross-Canada odyssey, Webb introduces readers to great farmers in every province or, as she calls them, chefs of… the soil and the sea, tractor-seat philosophers, or poet biologists. Her stories of the challenges they face growing food are inspiring and touching, and will make you laugh - and hungry. Stories about the passionate, driven people who farm and produce food in our country make for a powerful manifesto for eating Canadian. 2009.
By David McFadden. 2003
Taking an erratic route through Newfoundland, David McFadden introduces the island that can't be found simply in the landscape, but… rather in the people and their stories. He accomplishes this through conversations with local people and journeys to out-of-the-way places. 2003.