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2012 Western Canada By Akash Thakkar
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This 12-month 2012 calendar captures magnificent images of Western Canada on a road trip from Vancouver to Banff. These beautiful pictures are taken by Akash Thakkar- a young photographer from... More > Austin, Texas, who loves nature and wildlife.< Less
Rallying - Western Canada By Shawn Bishop
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A selection of images from Performance Rally Events in Western Canada.
Rally 2016- Western Canada By Shawn Bishop
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Photos from the Western Canada Rally Championship in 2015, events in BC and Alberta. Featuring Subary STI. Mitsubishi EVO, VW Golf, Toyota Corolla, Eagle Talon, Acura Integra
Catholic Problems in Western Canada By George Thomas Daly
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The Library of Alexandria is an independent small business publisher. We specialize in bringing back to live rare, historical and ancient books. This includes manuscripts such as: classical fiction,... More > philosophy, science, religion, folklore, mythology, history, literature, politics and sacred texts, in addition to secret and esoteric subjects, such as: occult, freemasonry, alchemy, hermetic, shamanism and ancient knowledge. Our books are available in both print and as digital books. All of our books have been revived by being scanned by people who have passion for knowledge. By purchasing this book you are helping restoring a piece of history for many generations to come to enjoy the fine ancient knowledge that is made available through our modern technology. We sincerely hope you enjoy these treasures in the form of digital books.< Less
Wildflowers of Western Canada By Ian R. Forsyth
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Representative western Canadian wildflowers, from southern British Columbia to the Northwest Territories.
The Westerner By Luke Allan
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Claude Maughan, an Englishman, finding his late uncle has been swindled in a Canadian land deal, sets out to punish the land agent, Daniel Corfield. As soon as he arrives at Medicine Hat, he gets... More > involved in the intricacies of Canadian life, and his adventures begin. There is his desperate fight with a prairie fire; his encounter with Inspector Barker, of the North-West Mounted Police; his meeting with Julia Kingsley, and how he saves her life in a dust storm; the disappearance of Julia’s fiancé, Archie Wampole, and his determination to pocket the five thousand dollars reward Archie’s father is offering for the return of his son.< Less
Western Travels By Don Geyer
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Dramatic landscape images from throughout the western United States and Canada, including Mt. Rainier, Tetons, Yellowstone, Wind River, Death Valley, Wallowas and the Canadian Rockies.
Grain Elevators Of Canada By Chris Attrell
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A Calendar of grain elevators in western Canada.
Canada's Department of Terrorism? By Hamad Subani
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In October 2010, Al Qaida attempted to bomb two cargo planes flying out of the Middle East. They took credit for this failed attempt through an English magazine named INSPIRE. Was INSPIRE really the... More > work of Al Qaida, or was it's editor a Canadian named Beverly Giesbrecht? She had earlier hosted a reactionary Al Qaida website (jihadunspun.com) out of Vancouver, Canada. In 2008, she was kidnapped in Afghanistan while trying to infiltrate the Taliban. Shortly after she was released in June 2009, she died/disappeared in strange circumstances. Or was this an exit strategy? And was INSPIRE her new "assignment?" Using his personal familiarity with Bev's first foray into the world of Jihad (jihadunspun.com), the author connects Bev to INSPIRE magazine, and by extension, to the cargo plane bombing plot. What emerges is a sinister picture of Western Intelligence Agencies floating their own secret Jihad groups for a variety of criminal undertakings, and the anatomy of a false flag operation gone wrong.< Less
Canada's Department of Terrorism? By Hamad Subani
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In October 2010, Al Qaida attempted to bomb two cargo planes flying out of the Middle East. They took credit for this failed attempt through an English magazine named INSPIRE. Was INSPIRE really the... More > work of Al Qaida, or was it's editor a Canadian named Beverly Giesbrecht? She had earlier hosted a reactionary Al Qaida website called Jihad Unspun out of Vancouver, Canada. In 2008, she was kidnapped in Afghanistan while trying to infiltrate the Taliban. Shortly after she was released in June 2009, she died/disappeared in strange circumstances. Or was this an exit strategy? And was INSPIRE her new "assignment?" Using his personal familiarity with Bev's first foray into the world of Jihad (The Jihad Unspun Website), the author connects Bev to INSPIRE magazine, and by extension, to the cargo plane bombing plot. What emerges is a sinister picture of Western Intelligence Agencies floating their own secret Jihad groups for a variety of criminal undertakings, and the anatomy of a false flag operation gone wrong.< Less