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Canada's Forgotten Arctic Hero: George Rice and the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition 1881-1884

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This is the terrific true adventure of an unjustly forgotten Cape Bretoner, Canada's first photographer of the High Arctic. George Rice emerged as a leader on an American Arctic expedition and died a hero searching for food for his starving comrades. This…
Disaster at Dieppe: The biggest catastrophe in Canadian military history

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In the early morning of August 19, 1942, over five thousand Canadian troops landed on the beach at Dieppe to reclaim the shore from German troops occupying France. It was a mission doomed from the start. Mere hours later, over two-thirds of the men were dead,…
Green Horizons: The Forests and Foresters of Nova Scotia

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Veteran journalist Jim Lotz tells the history of how the forests of the province have been both ravaged and occasionally preserved over the centuries. It begins with the Mi'kmaq people who relied on the woods for game and useful products. Green Horizons then…
Sharing the Journey
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|February 11, 2015

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Sharing the Journey tells of the author’s life and adventures from the far reaches of Canada to Lesotho in Southern Africa and from Slovakia to Alaska. Always an independent and mindful thinker, prepared to take the road that best suited his skills and…
Pilgrim Souls: Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

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This memoir focuses on an experience all of us dread. Pat Lotz was an accomplished author and editor, active in her community, and a loving wife and mother. She succumbed to dementia which was later diagnosed as Alzheimer's at the age of 81. Jim Lotz, her…
The Gold of the Yukon: Dawson City and the Klondike After the Gold Rush

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The Gold of the Yukon tells the story of the decline of Dawson City and the state of gold mining in the early 1960s; and The Moral Equivalent of War (The Working Centre) examines ways in which human energy is being directed to peaceful pursuits in development,…
Sustainable People: A New Approach to Community Development

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This book deals with a new role that has emerged as communities all over the world struggle to gain more control over their destinies as globalization accelerates. Community entrepreneurs create organizations that encourage people to learn their way out of…
Pilgrim Souls: Caring for a Loved One with Dementia

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This memoir focuses on an experience all of us dread. Pat Lotz was an accomplished author and editor, active in her community, and a loving wife and mother. She succumbed to dementia which was later diagnosed as Alzheimer's at the age of 81. Jim Lotz, her…
Disaster at Dieppe: The biggest catastrophe in Canadian military history

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In the early morning of August 19, 1942, over five thousand Canadian troops landed on the beach at Dieppe to reclaim the shore from German troops occupying France. It was a mission doomed from the start. Mere hours later, over two-thirds of the men were dead,…