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In vivid, accessible prose, award-winning author Harry Bruce documents, in text and image, Nova Scotia’s
Cecile Souris and her mouse family live under the floorboards of a little Acadian house
Stories of South Mountain and its notorious Goler Clan are often told in whispers–or not
Bursting with recipes from land and sea, Flavours of New Brunswick brings together the best-loved
Alex is attending her first Mi’kmaw spiritual gathering, or mawiomi. Though she is timid at

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In Pantry and Palate, journalist Simon Thibault explores his Acadian roots by scouring old family
It’s 1908, and ten-year-old Eddie MacDonald shares Alexander Graham Bell’s passion for solving problems and
The Mi’kmaq lived in Canada long before the country even got its name. Before Europeans
It’s Christmas Eve in the fair town of Amherst, Nova Scotia, and sparkling snowflakes crown
Regularly described as New Brunswick’s greatest scholar, William Francis Ganong (1864-1941) wrote more than many
Sidney Crosby: The Story of a Champion follows the young Cole Harbour hockey phenomenon through
Ce que l’auteur Richard Saillant appelle le Grand Déséquilibre démographique canadien– « le rythme très
Black military heritage in Canada is still generally unknown and unwritten. Most Canadians have no
A one-of-a-kind interpretive guide to the distinct dialect spoken in New Brunswick’s Miramichi region. Startin’