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Sue Heffernan talks about one of her favorite books, The Gender of Breadwinners by Joy Parr.
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Book Review: In Kensington Market Na Li reveals layers of history and memory about this renowned multicultural neighbourhood in the heart of Canada’s largest city. In less than one hundred pages, she conveys the importance of place, preservation, and memories.
Book Review: Respected historian Neville Thompson delivers a compelling narrative of the last great years of the Anglo-Canadian connection, which is carefully woven together from the accounts of Canadian-born journalist and British Parliamentarian Beverley Baxter.
Book Review: This is the seventh written version of the life of Father August Brabant, the first Roman Catholic missionary to establish a permanent mission among First Nations on the west coast of Vancouver Island, and this book is likely the least flattering of the seven accounts.
Book Review: Antony Anderson has given us is not only a penetrating character analysis of Mike Pearson but also a clear headed analysis of the evolution of Canadian foreign policy and a riveting narrative of the Suez crisis itself.