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 •
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
L.M. Montgomery's relocation in 1926 to Norval, Ontario—a village of striking natural beauty located on the Credit River—furnished her life with a bright new texture.
As social history of a rapidly
changing post-war Canada,
this new edition is unparalled.
350 pages • 6x9 • 215 black and white photographs • index • index of photographs • paper
Available May 2017
Elizabeth Rollins Epperly
see discussion in latest issue of University Affairs
Epperly recounts her experience of leadership as the president of the University of Prince Edward Island in this beautifully written creative memoir—a book that is both funny and moving.
This book will interest those contemplating power and authority in their own lives.
151 pages • 6x9 • paper
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Elizabeth Epperly's new book, Power Notes, featured in new edition of University Affairs!
Preface by Melissa McAffee
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
Preface by Judith Thompson
In the age of power politics, Donald Trump, and ethical depravity, Macbeth remains one of the most compelling narratives of the dangers of overwhelming political ambition in the English language.
I194 pages • 6x9 • paper • 9 b/w photographs • preface by Judith Thompson • introduction by Daniel Fischlin • includes original plot and character synopses
publication: May 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