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From a small-town law office in Nova Scotia to the pressure-cooker boardrooms of London, England,
It was a frigid night in February 2013 when the five young fishermen vanished. The
Bryant Freeman was born by a river, and the sound of roaring water was both
Sara Jewell has collected lots of addresses–eighteen in total–including four in Vancouver, British Columbia, and
Former journalism professor Michael Cobdon tells the remarkable story of Nova Scotia business magnate Simon
A paperback edition of the award-winning biography by of Purdy Crawford, who went from Toronto’s

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Fred Doucette always wanted to be a soldier. In the 1960s he joined the Canadian
Francis W. P. Bolger, who teaches history at the University of Prince Edward Island, has

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As a boy in the 1920s, Hugh H. Corkum anticipated every summer when he could

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Purdy Crawford’s name is synonymous with Canadian business and law. But even after education at
In 1885, nine years after his invention of the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell and his
Andrew Cobb (1876–1943) is synonymous with early twentieth-century architecture in Atlantic Canada. Founder of the
The newest title in the Stories of our Past series tells the tale of the
Born in tiny Brooklyn, Nova Scotia, Hank Snow enjoyed a musical career that spanned five
Imagine receiving a mysterious invitation from Charlie Chaplin, doing jigsaw puzzles with Marilyn Monroe, having