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Sue Heffernan talks about one of her favorite books, The Gender of Breadwinners by Joy Parr.
The Gender of Breadwinners by Joy Parr from Canada's History on Vimeo.
A look at the priest behind the men’s Olympic team, and other recently released books.
Book Review: In Victorian society, women were seen as inherently passive, but author Claudie Massicotte shows how spiritualists used the role of medium to turn this fragility into a strength.
Book Review: The cycle of life on the Canadian prairies has always revolved around the land. From Aboriginal reliance on the bison, to potash in the modern economy, it always goes back to the land. In A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan Before 1905, noted historian Bill Waiser reveals a sweeping panorama of the archaeology and Indigenous life of the region and the factors that played into its development.
Book Review: Thomas King is far more than a good writer, storyteller, and academic. He has a dazzling intelligence that quickly sees through so many of the “accepted” truths people are repeatedly fed by the media, and he skewers these with delightful humour and self-deprecation.