Public Library InterLINK 2018
- Author:Graves, DianneSummary:
- A two-ton albatross, or, Across a trans-continental highway in a travel trailer with two kids, two guppies, a miniature orange tree, a lobster named Hud, a Saint Bernard dog, and a claustrophobic wifeAuthor:Anderson, William C.Summary:
- Author:Russell, AndySummary:
- Author:Granfield, LindaSummary:
This book tells the story of Canada's war brides. 48,000 young women met and married Canadian servicemen in Europe during World War II. Nothing could have prepared them for their experience in this new land. Some regretted their hasty...
- Author:Grant, Robert S.Summary:
- Author:Bower, TomSummary:
The riveting tale of how the wanabee aristo Conrad Black and his social-mountaineering wife Barbara gulled their way into the City, the Tory party, Wall Street and High Society.
- Author:Rowe, Dwayne W., Scission, Hal C.Summary:
- Author:Geiger, John, Beattie, OwenSummary:
In 1719, James Knight set out with two ships and 40 men to find the north-west passage, never to be seen again. This book records the authors' search for the truth behind their disappearance, using historical clues, archaeological...
- Author:Looker, JanetSummary:
Explores the history of the country's most devastating catastrophes. Some are caused by powerful natural phenomena and erratic weather patterns, others can be put down to tragic human error. These stories expose the human core: our will...
- Author:Donaldson, GordonSummary:
Offers profiles of the eighteen prime ministers who have led Canada's government from 1867 to the present, and assesses each one's influence on Canadian history.
- Author:Frolick, VernonSummary:
- Author:McLeod, CarolSummary:
Studies of famous Canadian women: Emily Carr, E. Pauline Johnson, Maude Abbott, Laura Secord, Mary Pickford, Judy LaMarsh, Karen Kain, L.M. (Lucy Maud) Montgomery, Mazo de la Roche and Barbara Ann Scott.
- Author:Benedict, MichaelSummary:
Culled from the archives of Maclean's, these profiles include famous and infamous names from the worlds of politics, sports, business, entertainment and the arts. Covers Canadians from Diefenbaker to the Dionnes, from Mary Pickford to...
- Author:Denny, Cecil E.Summary:
Based on Denny's 1939 work, "The law marches west", this updated version chronicles the great march of the North West Mounted Police from Dufferin to Fort Whoop-Up in 1874. Facing rain, storms, locusts and a tornado, the Mounties...
- Author:Ignatieff, MichaelSummary:
In first-hand accounts, these celebrated writers explore the excitement and anguish of uprooting to a new country. Childhood memories, familiar streets, the aromas of local cooking, long-cherished plans -- to leave all this behind can...
- Author:Horwood, Harold, Butts, EdwardSummary:
Tells the stories of privateers, pirates, train robbers, early explorers, desperados, mutineers, traitors, gangs of outlaws, and fugitives tracked down by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
- Author:Newman, Peter CharlesSummary:
- Author:Dobbs, KildareSummary:
In 1991, Kildare Dobbs travelled more than 7000 miles by bus along the world's longest national highway, the Trans-Canada, which runs from St. John's, Newfoundland, to Victoria, British Columbia.
- So, you want to be Canadian? : all about the most fascinating people in the world and the magical place they call homeAuthor:Sorensen, Rob, Coburn, KerrySummary:
- Author:Craig, JohnSummary: