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Blanket toss under midnight sun : portraits of everyday life in eight Indigenous communities —Seesequasis, Paul, author.

In 2015, writer and journalist Paul Seesequasis found himself grappling with the devastating findings of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission report on the residential school system. He sought understanding and i...

Tunnels of terror : another Moose Jaw adventure —Bishop, Mary Harelkin, 1958- author.

Andrea's second thrilling adventure ... back in the tunnels of time! Now she and her brother are in trouble with a gang of thieves. How can they get safely back to the present.

The way of the gardener : lost in the weeds along the Camino de Santiago —Penner, Lyndon, 1980- author.

"Reverence takes on a new meaning in this original memoir of an avid gardener walking the Camino de Santiago. Pilgrims have been making the journey across northern Spain for more than 1,000 years, testing-to varying degr...

A geography of blood : unearthing memory from a prairie landscape —Savage, Candace, 1949- author.

When Candace Savage and her partner buy a house in the romantic little town of Eastend, she has no idea what awaits her. At first, she enjoys exploring the area around their new home, including the boyhood haunts of the ...

Hello, Crow! —Savage, Candace, 1949- author.

"Franny has a new friend - a crow who brings her presents in its beak. Franny's dad doesn't believe her. How will Franny prove her new playmate is real? And what will the crafty crow bring next?"--From jacket flap.

In search of Almighty Voice : resistance and reconciliation —Waiser, W. A., author.

"In May 1897, Almighty Voice, a member of the One Arrow Willow Cree, died violently when Canada's North-West Mounted Police shelled the fugitive's hiding place. Since then, his violent death has spawned a succession of c...

A darkness of the heart —Bowen, Gail, 1942- author.

"When, at the age of sixty, Joanne learns that Douglas Ellard, the reserved general practitioner whom she had grown up believing to be her father was, in fact, the best friend of her biological father, the brilliant visu...

Bone black —GoldenEagle, Carol Rose, 1963- author.

"There are too many stories about Indigenous women who go missing or are murdered, and it doesn't seem as though official sources such as government, police or the courts respond in a way that works toward finding justic...

Peace and good order : the case for Indigenous justice in Canada —Johnson, Harold, 1957- author.

"In early 2018, the failures of Canada's justice system were sharply and painfully revealed in the verdicts issued in the deaths of Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine. The outrage and confusion that followed those verdicts...

Someone to romance —Balogh, Mary, author.

"Lady Jessica Archer lost interest in the glittering excitement of romance after her cousin and dearest friend, Abigail, was rejected by the ton when her father was revealed to be a bigamist. Now that she is twenty-five,...

Sincere condolences : what to say when you don't know what to say —Aitken, Joyce, author.

A practical guide on how to respond to other people's Grief and Tragic Loss. Written from the author's personal experiences after her husband's death by suicide this book provides advice and encouragement to anyone wanti...

Never rub noses with a Narwhal : an alliterative Arctic ABC book —Wellborn, Ruth, author.

Blubbery belugas, capering caribou, lingering ladybugs, rummaging ravens, and waiting walruses, all make an appearance in this beautifully illustrated children's book about the Arctic. The map, a glossary of key words, a...

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