By Peter Pigott
Книга рассказывае о транспортных средствах, которые использовала и использует Королевская семья Великобритании для передвижения по суше, воде и воздуху.
By Andrew Hempstead
By Alexander Begg, J. M. Bumsted
By Anya Zilberstein
'A Temperate Empire' explores how early North American settlers understood the common technique of weather warming and attempted to remake neighborhood climates via colonial cost and financial development.
By Aritha Van Herk
The 5th name in our provincial histories sequence, Mavericks is an idiosyncratic and episodic background of what's arguably Canada's so much unconventional province. From mapmakers to ranchers, Stampede Wrestling to Stockwell Day, acclaimed author Aritha van Herk brings the drama and combative fantastic thing about this irascible province to gorgeous life.van Herk's portrait of her domestic province embraces all its extremes, from lethal and surprising climate to dinosaur graveyards, and from oil gushers and geysers to barnstorming social reformers and political haymakers. Bronc-riders of growth and bust, Alberta's everyone is a beguiling mix of opinionated extremists, hardy pioneers and delicate sinners. Alberta is a province that the majority Canadians easily don't comprehend, the province such a lot Canadians like to hate. it's considered as a land of reckless, redneck and ignorant individualists. however it can be the province the place the recognized 5 fought the landmark Person's Case, giving Canadian ladies an analogous prestige as males within the eyes of the legislation, a province that really believes in loose speech. Albertans tolerate of their midst humans whose severe perspectives on any demeanour of topics might cause them to outcasts in different places. And Albertans perform the creed of western neighbourliness, giving assiduously to charity and regularly lending a hand the place assistance is wanted. they seem to be a tricky, smooth bunch, squinting into the wind of decided distinction. If you're an Albertan, you'll realize your self and your house during this booklet. If you're now not an Albertan, this booklet may be an schooling for you. Mavericks will open your eyes to the genuine Alberta, as she was once and is.
By Chloe Ernst
Thoroughly up-to-date, this new version of Frommer's British Columbia will convey you the simplest of Vancouver, the most well liked vacation spot in North the US, the place you could get pleasure from state of the art Asian-fusion food and event firsthand its vivid arts and nightlife scene. Then we are going to take you into probably the most impressive, unspoiled geographical region at the continent, the place you could get pleasure from whale looking at, sea kayaking, canoeing, flora and fauna viewing, downhill snowboarding, wine tasting, mountaineering, cycling, and more.
Our authors have traveled each inch of this substantial sector, and they have selected the simplest locations to stick: desert resorts, visitor ranches, based B&Bs, mom-and-pop inns, secluded campgrounds, and comfort lodges. With Frommer's in hand, it is a snap to layout the Canadian experience that is correct for you.
By Jeffrey Cormier
In The Canadianization Movement, Jeffrey Cormier examines the 'Canadianization' of the Canadian highbrow and cultural groups from the Nineteen Sixties to the Nineteen Eighties. the writer files the efforts of cultural nationalists as they struggled to construct a robust, vivid Canadian cultural community.
Cormier asks 4 inquiries to consultant his research. First, why did the Canadianization stream emerge while it did? moment, how did the circulate rework itself for long term survival? 3rd, what varieties of mobilizing buildings did the stream utilize, and what impact did those buildings have at the movement's actions? and at last, how did the move continue itself in occasions whilst the political and media weather used to be unsupportive?
Using info accrued from archival resources in addition to twenty-two in-depth interviews with members, Cormier records the activities that organizational intellectuals took in pushing for social and cultural switch, a side of social hobbies literature that, previously, has principally been in basic terms theorized about.
By Dirk Hoerder
By Miriam Toews
Lifestyles in Winnipeg didn’t pass as deliberate for Knute and her daughter. yet dwelling again in Algren along with her mom and dad and dealing for the longtime mayor, Hosea Funk, has its personal demanding situations: Knute unearths herself combined up with Hosea’s makes an attempt to accomplish his dream of assembly the top Minister — no matter if that implies maintaining the town’s inhabitants at an excellent 1500. Bringing to existence small-town Canada and all its larger-than-life characters, A Boy of fine Breeding is a big-hearted, hilarious novel approximately checking out the place you belong.