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No nonsense, real life guide to estate planning in Canada By Lynne Butler, BA LLB TEP
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There are plenty of estate planning guides, but this one is intended for people who want to know what works and what makes sense. It's packed with information, ideas, and advice about planning,... More > setting goals, and ensuring that your estate is as problem-free as possible. It uses common sense, practicality, and real-life examples written in understandable language. This book was written by Lynne Butler, a lawyer, mediator and author based in St. John's, Newfoundland, who practices only wills and estates-related law. She brings 30 years of experience to these pages. This is her 11th book. Lynne has been interviewed by TV and radio stations, newspapers, magazines, and websites across the country.< Less
Making Waves: Fun and Adventure As a Young D J On Britain’s Offshore Pirate Radio Stations In the Mid-60’s By David Sinclair
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David was born and raised in the U.K. and after a somewhat uninteresting series of jobs, was bitten by the broadcasting bug in late 1965. After the closure of the pirate radio scene he emigrated to... More > Canada and worked in both commercial radio and television. Although now retired, he still does the occasional voice-over.< Less
The Unconscious Brian Lord By Brian Lord
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A life spent in front of a microphone, this is the memoirs of a key player in North American rock 'n' roll radio; a fascinating, candid and hilarious romp through some of the best bits of the... More > Twentieth Century.< Less
Old Romance By Donna Kakonge
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This is a book of short stories about old romances written in a creative nonfiction format.
Old Romance By Donna Kakonge
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This is a book of short stories about old romances written in a creative nonfiction format.
Frozen Hoops: A History A to B By Curtis J. Phillips
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Back in 1967 as a 11 year-old kid in Winnipeg, Manitoba I used to listen to NBA and ABA games on short-wave radio while lining up my basketball sport cards on a basketball court diagrammed out on a... More > piece of cardboard Now 45 years later, be it announcing, coaching, cheering, collecting, fundraising, officiating, organizing, writing or just even shooting around on two gimpy knees, the passion for this great game remains. I believe strongly that we must take a look at our past to succeed in our future. Frozen Hoops will highlight some of the top male basketball players in Canadian history...with the ultimate goal to select and profile 125 notable players of the last 100 years or so. There will also be plenty of Fact or Fiction information pertaining to Canadian hoops, lots of trivia and history plus exclusive interviews. In this the inaugural issue - December 2012 Issue 1 - we will look at players with the Surnames A – B with a total of 21 cagers profiled. Catch you on the rebound.< Less
Sap's War By Ward McBurney
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Can you make love to a ghost? Can two girls crawl through a sewer to save pigs from slaughter? Do monuments to the dead live? This book is the second of the greater work that begins with the novel,... More > & after this our exile. There, veterans of the First World War and their families fight to stay alive in postwar Toronto; here, the same cast of characters, some alive, some not, travel back to France to open the Vimy Memorial in 1936. Written to stand alone, Sap’s War should nevertheless be read in conjunction with & after this our exile. Together, the two books constitute a complete old and new testament to the men and women of the Canadian Corps, their families, and, in some cases, their living memories, moving and acting among us, here and now. Ward McBurney lives in Toronto. He is the author of two collections of radio stories, broadcast over the CBC, three collections of poetry, and two novels.< Less
Don't Quit - Don't Cry By Jacques R. Roy
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Don’t Quit - Don’t Cry is a Canadian’s gripping life story. 1967: Jacques R. Roy studies African history in Montréal. With a deep sense of justice, freedom, and liberty,... More > Jacques joins CUSO as a teacher and leaves for Tanzania. Jacques meets Dr. Neto, President of the MPLA. Dr. Neto needs radio links. Jacques can solve this problem under complete secrecy. • 1968: Neto invites Jacques to the eastern Angolan front. He likes the radio results and sends Roy to mobilize Canadian public opinion. • 1970: South Africas ANC external leaders ask Jacques to create a spy unit. Cover: a love story with missions worthy of James Bond and Indiana Jones. • 1974: Jacques brings Dr. Neto to Ottawa’s parliamentary committee. • 1975: Independence. CIA steps in. • 1998: Roy goes back to Angola. Mission: Stop the civil war. The plan: Follow the blood diamonds. • Results: Canada’s UN Ambassador Fowler visits Africa, writes the Fowler Report. The UN imposes sanctions and blood diamond funds dry up.< Less
Don't Quit—Don't Cry By Jacques R. Roy
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Don’t Quit - Don’t Cry is a Canadian’s gripping life story. 1967: Jacques R. Roy studies African history in Montréal. With a deep sense of justice, freedom, and liberty,... More > Jacques joins CUSO as a teacher and leaves for Tanzania. Jacques meets Dr. Neto, President of the MPLA. Dr. Neto needs radio links. Jacques can solve this problem under complete secrecy. • 1968: Neto invites Jacques to the eastern Angolan front. He likes the radio results and sends Roy to mobilize Canadian public opinion. • 1970: South Africas ANC external leaders ask Jacques to create a spy unit. Cover: a love story with missions worthy of James Bond and Indiana Jones. • 1974: Jacques brings Dr. Neto to Ottawa’s parliamentary committee. • 1975: Independence. CIA steps in. • 1998: Roy goes back to Angola. Mission: Stop the civil war. The plan: Follow the blood diamonds. • Results: Canada’s UN Ambassador Fowler visits Africa, writes the Fowler Report. The UN imposes sanctions and blood diamond funds dry up.< Less
Revolutionary: A Biography of George Waclaw Spelvin By Tom Ayling
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A biography of George Waclaw Spelvin, programmer of George's Jungle Internet Radio and former host of Stampede Wrestling. Please check the back cover of the book in the preview for complete details.... More > Like the official Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Revolutionary-a-Biography-of-George-Waclaw-Spelvin/267945123229282< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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