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The Mi’kmaq lived in Canada long before the country even got its name. Before Europeans
This outspoken, timely book by former Mulroney Cabinet Minister Tom McMillan indicts Stephen Harper for
Spanning 1,200 kilometres from New Brunswick’s Passamaquoddy Bay to Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula, Atlantic Canada stands
Regularly described as New Brunswick’s greatest scholar, William Francis Ganong (1864-1941) wrote more than many
In a Cape Breton family of black sheep, Mary is pure as the driven snow.
What author Richard Saillant calls Canada’s Great Demographic Imbalance–“the highly unevenpace at which Canada’s regions
Sara Jewell has collected lots of addresses–eighteen in total–including four in Vancouver, British Columbia, and
Travel back in time to when Christmas was a simple affair: children were content to
Truth and Honour explores the 2011 murder of Saint John businessman Richard Oland, of the
Kate is an odd duck-literally. When the full moon arrives, the rest of her family
Linda Moore’s long­awaited sequel to Foul Deeds is another highly engaging mix of art and
Spring. Beautiful blossoms. Chirping peepers. Trees swaying in their new greenery. Pussy willows glistening in
Seal went for a stroll… The icy puddles were too small for swimming The rocks
The snow knows where the rabbit goes. It knows the hush­shush of the owl’s wing.

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When heavy November rains threaten to flood the small town of Black River, New Brunswick,

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