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    • Human Misunderstanding

      By Kathy Mac     February 2017

      “Kathy Mac achieves a seemingly impossible task. She brings levity and lyricism to serious tragedies, ranging from the detention and torture of Omar Khadr in Guantánamo Bay, to the disintegration of a relationship, to two prosecutions for sexual assault. Human misery is made more redeemable by Mac’s thoughtful exploration. Readers should be forewarned that living with greater clarity and care are possible outcomes of reading this delicate collection.”

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    • The Winona LaDuke Chronicles

      Stories from the Front Lines in the Battle for Environmental Justice

      By Winona LaDuke     January 2017

      Chronicles is a major work, a collection of current, pressing and inspirational stories of Indigenous communities from the Canadian subarctic to the heart of Dine Bii Kaya, Navajo Nation.

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    • Rethinking Revolution

      Socialist Register 2017

      Edited by Leo Panitch and Greg Albo     December 2016

      What is the meaning of revolution in the twenty-first century?

      One hundred years ago, the events of October 1917 inspired socialists and oppressed peoples around the world, and it became an inevitable point of reference for twentieth-century politics. Today the Left needs to both come to terms with this legacy and to transcend it through a critical reappraisal of its broad effects — those positive and negative — on political, intellectual and cultural life.

    • Screening Justice

      Canadian Crime Films, Culture and Society

      Edited by Steven Kohm, Sonia Bookman and Pauline Greenhill     November 2016

      What do Canadian films say about crime and justice in Canada? What purpose to Canadian crime films serve politically and culturally?

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    • Blood of Extraction

      Canadian Imperialism in Latin America

      By Todd Gordon and Jeffery R. Webber     November 2016

      “A careful and comprehensive analysis of Canada’s economic policies and political interference in Latin America” — Noam Chomsky

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    • About Canada: The Environment

      By Linda Pannozzo     October 2016

      As the Earth veers toward a biological tipping point, as resources like water, fish, oil and natural gas become scarcer and as climate change threatens our survival, how is Canada responding? What kind of future can Canadians expect? What changes need to be made?

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    • Did You Just Call Me Old Lady?

      A Ninety-Year-Old Tells Why Aging Is Positive

      By Lillian Zimmerman  Foreword by Bonnie Sherr Klein     October 2016

      Did You Just Call Me Old Lady? is an upbeat look at aging and the impacts of Canada’s increasingly aged population through the eyes of a ninety-year-old woman.

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    • A Propaganda System

      How Canada’s Government, Corporations, Media and Academia Sell War

      By Yves Engler     October 2016

      The latest book from renowned author Yves Engler reveals why most Canadians believe their country is a force for good in the world, despite a long history of supporting empire, racism and exploitation.

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    • About Canada: Health and Illness, 2nd Edition

      By Dennis Raphael     October 2016

      Most Canadians believe that their experiences of health and illness are shaped by genetics, medical care and lifestyle choices. Governments, the media and disease associations reinforce this perception by pointing to medical research and a healthy lifestyle as the keys to health. About Canada: Health and Illness tells a different story.

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