In dozens of countries, ordinary citizens have cause to worry about what (or how much) will come out of their taps — if they even have taps — and who will make sure it is available, affordable, and safe.
In Fauxccasional Poems Daniel Scott Tysdal imagines himself into poetic voices not his own, writing to commemorate events that never occurred, for the posterity of alternative universes — and the delight of our own.
Uniquely situated smack dab on the migratory path from Greenland and the Canadian North to South America, New Brunswick boasts a broad range of habitats, making it an ideal destination for birds and birders alike - Birding in New Brunswick via Goose Lane Editions
British Military Compound, Julia May Walker, Taymouth, the Trent Affair, Elizabeth Secord, Education, Recipes and Collecting
Saint John became a gateway to what is now Canada in the early 1600s, and Fort La Tour, built in 1632, was one of the three main forts of Acadie. In Saint John Fortifications, Roger Sarty and Doug Knight trace the history of the port’s defences, from the earliest log palisades to the bunkers, gun emplacements, and communications stations built during World War II.
Amid tales of battles at sea and fortunes lost and won, Kert’s exposure of the murky context in which these semi-legal marauders operated reveals surprising truths about Confederation and its promoters.