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How We Stopped Loving the Bomb

A former UN ambassador talks about the new push for nuclear abolition.

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The Invasion of Canada

This popular history of the War of 1812 is generously illustrated with archival images as well as with colour photography taken at historical sites fromthe war.

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Rogue in Power

A political scientist looks at the Harper government's neo-Conservative agenda

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Richer and Poorer

Richer and Poorer is an acute and detailed analysis of the disparities of wealth and poverty as experienced in 1990s Canada.

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9781552778890 | Published: March 2011

Campus Confidential

A look at what's really happening inside Canada's universities.

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9781552776506 | Published: March 2011

Building for Democracy

Three landmark heritage buildings the legislatures of the three Maritime provinces illustrated with beautiful colour photographs, and a text that combines architectural background with historical context

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How We Almost Gave the Tories the Boot

An exciting insider's account of the formation and dissolution of the coalition against Stephen Harper's Conservative Party in November 2008.

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Tecumseh

A biography of the Shawnee warrior, Tecumseh, a key player on the British side in the war of 1812.

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Canada's Universities Go Global

Internationalization has come to be seen as an innate good in the discussion of higher education. Universities are expected to be increasingly "international" and participate in a global knowledge economy. But what does internationalization mean for university faculty, students and administrators? This innovative book brings together leading international and Canadian scholars to discuss internationalization in terms of federal and provincial government policy and institutional practices.

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The Grammar School


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