Fight to Win
Inside Poor People’s Organizing
The first full length book on the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty, one of Canada’s most significant poor people’s activist organizations.
Abolition and Domestic Homicide
When loved ones transgress into violence, how do we seek justice and safety outside of policing and prisons?
Growing and Eating Sustainably
Agroecology in Action
Through photostories, explore how agroecology is practiced by Brazilian farmers and community organizers who are leading the way in creating sustainable and just food systems.
Rethinking the Politics of Labour in Canada, 2nd ed.
This updated multidisciplinary collection of essays explores the strategic political possibilities and challenges facing the Canadian labour movement in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Populism, Polarization and Power in the New Saskatchewan
Divided is a collection of essays that offers multiple windows into the origins and impacts of the current state of populism and hyper-partisanship in Saskatchewan and beyond.
The Fair Trade Handbook
Building a Better World, Together
Can global trade be made fair? This handbook brings together leading fair traders, activists, advocates and commentators in Canada and internationally, reflecting on the shortfalls of conventional business, production and global trade and how we can change our policies, practices and behaviours.
Losing Me, While Losing You
Caregivers Share Their Experiences of Supporting Friends and Family with Dementia
This book provides narrative accounts based on interviews with caregivers of people with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Atacama is the story of two fictional characters of disparate backgrounds but connected by a profound understanding of the other’s emotional predicaments and by their unwavering commitment to social justice.
In this historical fiction, spirited young Eunice escapes inequity and, dressing as a boy, joins a rebellion against the elite-ruled government.
Jude and Diana
A story of two enslaved sisters. A story of brutality. A story of joy. Sharon Robart-Johnson blends archival research with fiction to compel us: Black lives matter enough to remember.