At Gettysburg, Abraham Lincoln called on Americans to ensure their nation would have “a new birth of freedom.” But Canada and the Confederacy were having their own labour pains.
London Free Press journalist James Reaney says "Dick Williams has loomed tall in my London for at least 50 years."
From April to October 1967 Montreal, Quebec played host to the world's exhibition known as Expo 67.
Dee Henderson's Traces of Guilt (available in print or as an e-book) is a great mix of police procedural and romance.
I have a hold on Riding my way back: a story about a vetern, a horse, and hope.
In Journey after midnight : India, Canada and the road beyond you will literally follow the life journey of Ujjal Dosanjh from a poor child in rural India to Canadian Attorney General and then Premier of British Columbia.
I Let You Go is Clare Mackintosh's debut novel......and oh boy is it good!
Gary Rivlin's book Katrina: after the flood traces the storms immediate damage and then chronologues it's lasting effects.
If there’s one book that’s generating a lot of buzz this summer, it’s Emma Cline’s The Girls.
For frequent travelers and even first adventurers there are some unique and unusual sites to see right here in Ontario.