100 Days That Changed Canada
"To anyone who thinks this country's history is boring: they just need to look through this book."
— Canada AM guest-anchor Marcia McMillan, Nov 21, 2011
"100 Days is a book that inspires a deeper affection for Canada and its history."
— Calgary Herald, October 25, 2011
"Our uncle Tom Lumby will celebrate his 100th birthday November 5th at Rideau Hall in Ottawa and we are presenting him with this book for a special gift. I'm sure he will enjoy it immensely as he is an amazing reader and appreciates the Canadian history he is so much a part of. Thank you for a wonderful idea. We are all looking forward to reading it. Best wishes and good luck with the book's success."
— Helen Lumby & Family, October 29, 2011
Edited by Canada’s History’s Mark Reid, this magnificent hardcover edition features essays and photographs on 100 of the most influential events from Canadian history. With contributions from 56 of Canada’s leading writers, historians, and journalists, including Conrad Black, Stephen Brunt, Adrienne Clarkson, Tim Cook, Ken Dryden, Jack Granatstein, Charlotte Gray, Jacques Lacoursière, Tina Loo, Peter Mansbridge, Desmond Morton, Don Newman, Margaret Wente and Brian Williams, 100 Days will be a surefire Canadian best-seller.
We’re sure this unique book will delight anyone interested in reliving the Canadian story!
100 Days That Changed Canada is available in hardcover and softcover.