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First published in1948, Halifax Warden of the North has remained the best-known and most influential chronicle of Halifax since it first hit the shelves. In this updated version of the Governor General's Award-winning history of Halifax, celebrated journalist…read more

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Marking the 225th anniversary of loyalist landings in Canada, this important and comprehensive history is essential reading on the shaping of our country. The few hundred loyalists who gathered at Roubalet’s Tavern in New York on the night of Saturday,…read more

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The untold story of how war transformed the city of Halifax. Stephen Kimber recreates life in Halifax during the Second World War, a city transformed by the influx of military and civilian personnel serving the war effort. Poorly governed and corrupt, the city…read more

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What Lies Across the Water recounts the events leading up to the arrest of the Cuban Five, five Cuban anti-terrorism agents wrongfully arrested and convicted of “conspiracy to commit” espionage against the United States. In response to decades of deadly attacks…read more

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In IWK: A Century of Caring for Families , acclaimed journalist and author Stephen Kimber relates the fascinating history of family health care in Atlantic Canada. He traces the development of the Izaak Walton Killam Health Centre from its foundation as the…read more

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"Swissair 1-1-1 is declaring Pan Pan Pan. We have smoke in the cockpit." Seventeen minutes after the co-pilot's distress call, the Geneva-bound jet crashed into the Atlantic off Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia just over an hour after leaving New York on September 2,…read more

Reparations

by Stephen Kimber

|January 26, 2016

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Ray and Ward grew up best friends—one black, one white—in Halifax’s Africville district. Now they face each other again, this time in a courtroom as lawyer and judge in an explosive trial revolving around the three-decades-old expropriation and demolition of…read more

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“Swissair 1-1-1 is declaring Pan Pan Pan. We have smoke in the cockpit.” Seventeen minutes after the co-pilot’s distress call, Swissair Flight 111—a New York-to-Geneva-bound jet—crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, killing all 229 people…read more

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This is indeed an eclectic mix: 13 stories with different tones, hues, purposes and characters. A bildungsroman in which a young man confronts some monumental truths about himself, a re-imagined history in which an Aboriginal youth with a gift for clairvoyance…read more

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The untold story of how war transformed the city of Halifax. Stephen Kimber recreates life in Halifax during the Second World War, a city transformed by the influx of military and civilian personnel serving the war effort. Poorly governed and corrupt, the city…read more

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Excerpted from the forthcoming nonfiction thriller, What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of the Cuban Five, "Shootdown" provides a chilling account of how a Miami based anti-Castro group launched an escalating series of incursions into Cuban airspace the…read more

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Is the man who blows up an airplane and kills dozens of civilians a murderous terrorist... or a valiant freedom fighter? Is the man who tries to stop the bomber a threat to national security... or a hero of the people? It depends. What Lies Across the Water is a…read more