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From frosty Mount Logan in the Yukon to the salty shores of Newfoundland, George Fischer’s
In The Little Book of Ontario, George Fischer captures the crystal clear lakes, sprawling forests,
Spanning 1,200 kilometres from New Brunswick’s Passamaquoddy Bay to Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula, Atlantic Canada stands
Seasoned photographer Scott Munn documents the iconic landscape of Peggys Cove in this gorgeous book
In The Little Book of Newfoundland and Labrador, photographer John Sylvester beautifully captures the quintessential
Wallace MacAskill (1887-1956) is one of Nova Scotia’s foremost photographers, lauded for his portraits of
In The Little Book of New Brunswick, Brian Atkinson has beautifully captured the breathtaking panoramas,
The magic of Peggy’s Cove at night, the rugged shorelines and clifftops, the magical expanse
British Artillery officer Alexander Cavalié Mercer is most famous in history circles for his detailed
his is one of two unique books that delight both children and adults, combining the
In 1880, the final Boundary lines of Halifax County were drawn –from Ecum Secum west
Toronto has grown to such a size and come to possess such a scope of
The inexhaustible affection lavished on Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine is the envy of many tourist destinations. First-time
At the mouth of the St. John River sits New Brunswick’s largest city. Once a
Waterfalls: Nova Scotia’s Masterpieces presents striking photographs from forty-two of the province’s most spectacular and