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The Basta Basta Kitchen Cookbook: Sicilian Family Recipes and Gastro Memories is a book of family memories around the table and in the kitchen. It weaves biography, history, food and recipes.
Current global trends suggest a time of exciting possibility for scholars as critical, community-engaged, and participatory epistemologies come to the fore.
Canadians have been coming to a greater understanding of the threat posed by global warming and the need for urgent action by governments, industry and the public at large. The Trudeau government has, more or less, taken up the cause.
Bruce Clark spent forty-six years defending the rights of Natives across North America.
In celebration of two women creative writers and their debut collections of short stories and poems, please join us in an evening with Rebecca Higgins and Sarah Feldman!
This book is Number One in addressing the politics of where we're allowed to "go" in public. Adults don't talk about the business of doing our business.
The July 6, 2013 Lac-Mégantic rail disaster is a tragedy unparalleled in Canadian history. It resulted in major loss of life, massive environmental destruction and the evisceration of a small Quebec town.
Beyond the Altar illustrates how women religious overcome sexist subjugation by side-stepping the patriarchal power of the Roman Catholic Church.
This community classroom will explore the roles that violence against women shelters and transition houses play across Canada.
Kenn Harper is a historian, writer, and linguist, a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and a former member of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.
Three writers, Melissa Bull, Catriona Wright, and Aaron Kreuter will be launching their collections of short stories together with us on November 30!