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Book Review: Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region Book Review: What We Talk about When We Talk about War Book Review: The Year Canadians Lost Their Minds and Found Their Country: The Centenary of 1967 Book Review: You Might Be from Canada if… Book Review: The Prisoner of Orchard Bend Book Review: The Sacred Path of the Soulmate

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Book Review: Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region

Book Review: Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region

A comprehensive guide to the Ottawa region´s great buildings
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Book Review: What We Talk about When We Talk about War

Book Review: What We Talk about When We Talk about War

What We Talk about When We Talk about War began as a provocative lecture at the 2010 Frye Literary Festival in Moncton
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Book Review: The Year Canadians Lost Their Minds and Found Their Country: The Centenary of 1967

Book Review: The Year Canadians Lost Their Minds and Found Their Country: The Centenary of 1967

Celebrate Canada 150 with a look back at our centennial!
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Book Review: You Might Be from Canada if…

Book Review: You Might Be from Canada if…

You Might be From Canada if… is a delightful, illustrated romp through this country as it celebrates its 150th birthday.
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Book Review: The Prisoner of Orchard Bend

Book Review: The Prisoner of Orchard Bend

Toronto writer Patrick Lemieux fashions together but one of those possible existences in an intricate tale that could very well exist somewhere south of King’s Gilead where gunslingers may be lurking in every shadow.
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Book Review: The Sacred Path of the Soulmate

Book Review: The Sacred Path of the Soulmate

Award-wining author and existential philosopher, Gerald Sze, challenges relationships status quo by exploring the nature of true romantic love based on self-awareness, courage and compassion.
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