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18 Miles

By Christopher Dewdney


WINNER, American Meteorological Society’s Louis J. Battan Authors’ Award

WINNER, 2019 Science Writers & Communicators of Canada Book Award

WINNER, 2018 Lane Anderson Award

“With wit and a humbling sense of wonder, this is a book that can be shared and appreciated by a wide ... Read more

Forecasts for Flying

By Morley Thomas

In Forecasts for Flying the author sketches the history of the Meteorological Service of Canada in the two decades following the Great War.

Of Rocks, Mountains and Jasper

By Chris Yorath & Ben Gadd

A resource for understanding the regions geology and seeing the evidence of important processes typical of the unique geological system in Jasper National Park.

The Beginnings of Canadian Meteorology

By Morley Thomas

This detailed history of meteorology in Canada to 1880 focuses on the establishment and operation of the Magnetic and Meteorological Observatory in Toronto. Established in 1839-40 by the British Government and manned by a Royal Artillery detachment, the Observatory came under ... Read more

This Is Your Captain Speaking

By Doug Morris


For everyone from frequent fliers to aviation geeks, travel buffs to nervous travelers, Captain Doug Morris tells you everything you want (and need!) to know about flight

Captain Doug Morris has been writing for his airline’s in-flight magazine for 24 years and has answered ... Read more