What is it like to be a parent raising kids in Canada today? Sociologist and writer Gillian Ranson put that question to more than 80 parents across the country. The answers she got were often surprising.
Based on new research. Includes index.
179 pages • 6x9 • paper • index
J.L. Granatstein, OC
Canada’s transformation during World War II is an amazing piece of history, still recounted best by award-winning writer and scholar, J.L. Granatstein.
First published over forty years ago, Canada’s War remains the only account of the domestic and world politics of World War II.
Contains an entirely new introduction by the author, an updated reading list, contemporary portraits of key figures, as well as other vintage photography.
455 pages • 6 x 9 • Paper •
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Edited by Barnett Richling
Anthropologist Diamond Jenness undertook several months of fieldwork with the Coast Salish peoples of Vancouver Island in 1935. Barnett Richling has made this account available.
203 pages • 6x9 • paper
Available September 2016
Award-winning scholar Stephen McBride's research spans economics, policy, globalization, and labour.
This new book draws on the latest and most reliable data to evaluate a range of topics, including education and training, policy, the importation of labour, employment regulations and benets, and unions.
"Immensely readable" - Jim Stanford
Economist and Director, Centre for Future Work, Australia
252 pages • 6x9 • 27 charts • index • paper
Available September 2017
L.M. Montgomery’s final four years in Leaskdale, Ontario, were marked by a series of unpredictable, and often unmanageable, events. Her account of these events, twisting in unexpected directions, makes spellbinding reading.
All of Montgomery’s original photographs are reproduced
here, many of which have never been published before.
466 pages • 6x9 • 250 black and white photographs • index • index of photographs • paper
Available June 2018
The “sights and sounds of that old north shore farm” came back to me like the “voices of ghosts,” wrote L.M. Montgomery of Charles Macneill's diary in March 1925. Available for the first time ever is the diary she found so compelling, a depiction of the rural PEI history she shared, and evoked in her novels. Also included in this edition is her commentary on the diary, where she situates her younger self in the diary’s world.
114 pages • 6x9 • 2 black and white photographs • index • paper
Available June 2018
Published in cooperation with the Shaw Festival. This play is being produced at this season's Shaw Festival. This edition includes a foreword by Artistic Director Tim Carroll and an essay by Resident Scholar Leonard Conolly.
92 pages • 5.5 x 8.5 • paper
IN THE NEWS!
Elizabeth Epperly's new book, Power Notes, featured in new edition of University Affairs!
Preface by Melissa McAfee
This survival guide, compiled fifteen decades ago, is a fascinating glimpse into Canadian life before modern conveniences.
Recipes for lemon pudding and rice “snow-balls” are found in one chapter; remedies for pig leprosy and a cow’s “mad staggers” in another.
Set to become a classic of early Canadian cooking and household .
203 pages • 341 images • 6x9 • paper
Available February 2018