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#151899. VANCOUVER Then and Now.
#151899. VANCOUVER Then and Now.

Take a step back in time to one of our country's most scenic cities, studded with beautiful buildings, bridges, shorelines, and parks. Archival photos contrast fascinating historic images with the same locations as they appear today. Visit Stanley Park, Lions Gate Bridge, Granville Street, English Beach, Canada Place, and more. Colour and b/w photos. 144 pp. 11x10".

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#150064. WINNIE
The True Story of the Bear Who Inspired Winnie-the-Pooh.
A little Canadian bear cub that was adopted and cared for by soldier Harry Colebourn became the inspiration for author A.A. Milne’s most famous creation. Charming illustrations complement this story of the real Winnie’s adventures. Ages 5+. 33 pp. 8x10".

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#151586. PASSENGER AND MERCHANT SHIPS OF THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC AND CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAYS.
#151586. PASSENGER AND MERCHANT SHIPS OF THE GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC AND CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAYS.

The 2 giants of Canadian rail operated maritime shipping lines in the early 20 th century, taking passengers and freight across Canada and the Atlantic. And in WWI their vessels ferried men and war supplies across the North Atlantic. With contemporary b/w photos, drawings and vessel specifications. 294 pp. 8x8". Softcover.

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#151596. RAILS TO THE ATLANTIC
Exploring the Railway Heritage of Quebec and the Atlantic Provinces.
From the grand architecture of stations in Quebec City and St. John's, to the forgotten engineering feats of railway bridges and trestles, this book brings eastern Canada's railway heritage to life in stunning detail. B/w photos. 142 pp. 8x8". Softcover.

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#151674. JOURNEY TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD.
#151674. JOURNEY TO THE EDGE OF THE WORLD.

Join irrepressible Scottish actor and comedian Billy Connolly as he treks from the Atlantic to the Pacific via the Northwest Passage. Along the way, he pans for gold, attempts speaking Inuktitut, and much more. Colour photos. 309 pp. 8x10".

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#151904. THE GREAT CENTRAL CANADA BUCKET LIST.

Crossing Ontario and Quebec, writer Robin Esrock discovers exciting culinary, wilderness, and cultural experiences. Join him as he spends a night in an ice hotel, finds Montreal's best smoked meat, motorbikes around Lake Superior, enjoys icewine in Niagara, skates down the Rideau, explores the great museums, and more. Colour photos. 131 pp. 6x9". Softcover.

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#144460. SAILING SEVEN SEAS
#144460. SAILING SEVEN SEAS
A History of the Canadian Pacific Line.
From the steerage quarters of immigrant ships to the drawing rooms of nautical titans, and from convoys haunted by U-boats to container ships, this is a fascinating account of one of Canada’s most famous companies. Historic b/w & modern colour photos. 228 pp. 6x9".

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#151530. THE CANADIAN ROCKIES.

The heights of the Rockies have dazzled visitors since the CPR brought the first passenger train through the range in 1885. Take a panoramic tour with these spectacular photos. 96 pp. 10x10".

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#151541. LEGACY
#151541. LEGACY
How French Canadians Shaped North America.
This collection of essays highlights the lives of 13 pioneering francophone Canadians, incl. Cartier, Georges Vanier, Jehane Benoît, etc., describing their influence in exploration, literature, sports, politics, and more. These word portraits are penned by many of English and French Canada's best-known writers and thinkers: Margaret Atwood, Roméo Dallaire, Jean Charest, Ken Dryden, etc. 346 pp. 6x10".

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#151587. RAILS OVER THE MOUNTAINS
Exploring the Railway Heritage of Canada's Western Mountains.
Journey with these engineering marvels to the grand railway hotels and the extensive railway museums from the days of steam to the luxury of the Rocky Mountaineer. B/w photos. 156 pp. 8x8". Softcover.

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#147923. THE ASTONISHING GENERAL
#147923. THE ASTONISHING GENERAL
The Life and Legacy of Sir Isaac Brock.
An important biography of the hero of the War of 1812, re-creating his life and military career. Famous for capturing Detroit and winning the trust of Tecumseh and other Native leaders, he was admired even by the Americans and earned a widespread military reputation in less than 5 months. Historic b/w illus., maps. 369 pp. 6x9".

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#151577. CREEPY CAPITAL Ghost Stories of Ottawa and the National Capital Region.

The whole region is rife with ghostly encounters - and we don't mean the political sort. Discover the doomed financier at the Chateau Laurier, the howls of former prison inmates at the Nicholas Street Hostel, the ghosts of Arnprior, and more. B/w photos. 228 pp. 6x9". Softcover.

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#151593. WHITE ENSIGN FLYING Corvette HMCS Trentonian.
#151593. WHITE ENSIGN FLYING Corvette HMCS Trentonian.

She escorted hundreds of merchant ships across the North Atlantic to protect the convoys from German U-boats. After she was torpedoed and sunk, some considered her an unlucky ship, but the author asks: how many lives did the ship save? how many attacks were prevented because the vessel was on duty? Her place in history will ultimately be measured by the crews' contribution to the war effort. B/w photos. 188 pp. 8x11". Softcover.

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#150791. THREE WEEKS IN QUEBEC CITY
The Meeting that Made Canada.
Our elected House of Commons, appointed Senate, federal Parliament and provincial legislatures came into existence because of this conference in 1864. Canadian historian Christopher Moore recreates this pivotal moment in our history and asks, did the system work then, and does it work now? 262 pp. 6x9”.

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#149360. THE ISLAND OF CANADA
#149360. THE ISLAND OF CANADA
How Three Oceans Shaped Our Nation.
Our coastline is the longest of any nation on earth, bounded on three sides by oceans, with a lake and river system that crosses the country. Here is the maritime history of our ‘island’, from the early days of the Inuit through the Great Age of Sail and into modern times. B/w photos. 362 pp. 6x9". Softcover.

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