Saskatchewan before 1905

The illustrated A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan Before the companion volume to Saskatchewan: A New History, was launched earlier this month.

Best-selling novel about Irish orphan in Quebec now available in English

The first volume of the best-selling Quebec historical fiction series about a young girl who left Ireland with her family during the Great Famine is now availab

O, Canada! Summer reading for genealogists: Part 2.

We recently got the wonderful news that Jeanne Dugas, the subject of Cassie Deveaux Cohoon’s biographical novel, Jeanne Dugas of.

Book tells story of Canadian fur trading in Alberta

The Historical Society of Alberta has just published the book, Edmonton House Journals, about a period of the Canadian fur trade that took place almost 200 ye

O, Canada! Summer reading for genealogists en français: Part 3.

O, Canada! Summer reading for genealogists en français: Part

O, Canada! Summer reading for genealogists 2016

Margaret Atwood to make cameo in CBC/Netflix adaptation of novel Alias Grace (CBC News 01 August

O, Canada! Summer reading for genealogists: Part 1.

O, Canada! Summer reading for genealogists: Part

Aftershock -- a book about the 1917 Halifax Explosion and the harbour pilot who was villified during the aftermath.

On December harbour pilot Francis Mackey was guiding Mont Blanc, a French munitions ship, into Bedford Basin to join a convoy across the Atlantic when it was rammed by Belgian Relief vessel Imo. The resulting massive explosion destroyed Halifax's

Learn about the Ukrainian Canadian experience in these shortlisted books

Five books about the experiences of the Ukrainian community in Canada have been shortlisted for the 2016 Kozbar Literary Award. The award recognizes a Canadian

O, Canada! Non-fiction reading for genealogists in 2016

There will be much to read among the new Canadian history books that will be released in To help us know what to expect, Keith Grant has put together on

Stories about small-town life in Quebec's Eastern Townships

Stories about small-town life in Quebec's Eastern Townships

Books about New France and WWI among Ottawa Book Award finalists

Books about New France and WWI among Ottawa Book Award finalists

Learn about women in the early days of the ranching era in Alberta

Learn about women in the early days of the ranching era in Alberta

Book about female landowners on Canadian prairies wins top prize

Sarah Carter’s Imperial Plots: Women, Land, and the Spadework of British Colonialism on the Canadian Prairies examines the goals, aspirations, and challenges me

How to cook like a 19th-century (female) settler

Catharine Parr Traill’s The Female Emigrant’s Guide: Cooking with a Canadian Classic

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