Ecosystems & Habitats
By Chad Reimer
For thousands of years, the broad expanse between Sumas and Vedder Mountains east of Vancouver lay under water, forming the bed of Sumas Lake. As recently as a century ago, the lake's shores stood four miles across and six miles long. During yearly high water, the lake spilled ... Read more
is the enthralling true story of Jasper's Willi Pfisterer, a legend in the field of mountaineering and safety in the Rocky Mountains. For more than thirty years, Willi was an integral part of Jasper's alpine landscape, guiding climbers up to the highest peaks, and rescuing them ... Read more
Derrick Stacey Denholm has spent twenty-five years as a forestry field worker, planting trees, marking cutblock boundaries and timber-cruising. In Ground-Truthing, he combines this experience with his perspective as a poet and artist to guide us through the tangle of social, ... Read more
The vulnerable visage of the crown jewel of planet Earth.
An exploration of the earth's last wild frontier, filled with high-stakes stories of people and places facing an uncertain future.
On a life raft in the Mediterranean, a teenager from Ghana wonders whether he will reach ... Read more
Edited by Mona Fertig
Introduction by Gail Sjuberg
A treasury of writing celebrating the beauty, community, and importance of our archipelagos.
Forty skilled island writers share their love of the many islands in the Salish Sea off British Columbia’s coast through passionate, eclectic and reflective–new and previously unpublished–essays, ... Read more
A fjord on the west coast of Newfoundland, Bonne Bay finds itself surrounded by the lands of Gros Morne National Park – a Unesco World Heritage Site. Drawing on years of research conducted at The Bonne Bay Marine Station, author Joseph Wroblewski offers a comprehensive guide ... Read more
Intelligent investigative writing meets experiential journalism in this important look at one of North America’s most voraciously invasive species
Politicians, ecologists, and government wildlife officials are fighting a desperate rearguard action to halt the onward reach ... Read more
By Philip Lee
A canoe trip that spans decades of historical reflection, offering a unique perspective on the Restigouche, its impact on the people who live beside and along the river, and their impact on this natural phenomenon.
The Restigouche River flows through the remote border region ... Read more