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The man who learned to walk three times a memoir —Kavanagh, Peter, 1953- author.
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2015
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CBC journalist Peter Kavanagh was just an infant when he was diagnosed with paralytic polio and suffered permanent paralysis in the lower part of his left leg. As a child, Kavanagh endured painful medical procedures to e...

Canada a people's history, volume one —Gillmor, Don.
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2001
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Based on the CBC series of the same name, this work covers the history of Canada from the earliest days to the 1870's. Described are explorers, adventurers, settlers, native peoples, leaders, the ordinary people of the l...

Dismantling Canada Stephen Harper's new conservative agenda —Jeffrey, Brooke, author.
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2015
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Providing fascinating insight into the origins of a new conservative vision for the economy, federalism, and domestic and foreign policies, the author critically considers Prime Minister Harper?s successes and failures, ...

Enemy Within —Tanenbaum, Robert.
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2012

"When a black man is shot multiple times in the back on the streets of New York by an NYPD golden boy, chaos erupts throughout the city. And in an election year - a year of secret handshakes and politically motivated fav...

California girl —Parker, T. Jefferson.
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2013

In 1968 Playboy centerfold Janelle Vonn is murdered in Orange County, California. Her neighbors, the Becker boys - a minister, a reporter, and a detective - each does his part to bring the killer to justice. Decades late...

Prisoners of the North —Berton, Pierre, 1920-2004.
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2005

The five 'prisoners' of the Arctic were Joe Boyle, a wealthy gold prospector; Vihjalmur Stefansson, who claimed to discover a tribe of blond Eskimos; Lady Jane Franklin, widow of famed explorer Sir John Franklin; John Ho...

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