Lindy Mechefske's Sir John's Table named one of 49th Shelf's Books of the Year

Congratulations to Lindy Mechefske and her book Sir John's Table: The Culinary Life and Times of Canada's First Prime Minister, named one of 49th Shelf's Books of the Year.

"At 49th Shelf, list-making is an all-year-round concern, and a task we take very seriously. Which means that this Books of the Year list is one of the best ...

November 23, 2015

Canada's History reviews Debra Komar's The Bastard of Fort Stikine

"As the story unfolds, Komar gives readers a sense of what life was like in Hudson’s Bay ...

November 20, 2015

Canadian Pacific: The Golden Age of Travel

For over fifty years, Canadian Pacific straddled the globe, becoming the largest and most complete travel system humanity has ever known, its history inexorably linked to the history of Canada. Noted travel and history lecturer Barry Lane spent a decade combing archives in Canada, the United States, and the UK. The result is an unprecedented look at the construction of an empire. Click here to learn more. 



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