Books tagged: Ontario
A collection of letter and prayer poems in which an Indigenous speaker engages with non-Indigenous famous Canadians.
D. A. Lockhart's stunning and subversive fourth collection gives us the words, thoughts, and experiences of an Anishinaabe guy from Central Ontario and the manner ... Read more
Edited by Tanya Finestone & Leigh Nash
Illustrated by Nella Casson
Prince Edward County is the stuff of magic: gorgeous beaches, unruly vineyards, Horn Trips, and meat rolls at the Elks Lodge. Don’t Honk Twice: A Prince Edward County Anthology is a dedicated effort to try and pin down that magic and celebrate everything Prince Edward County ... Read more
Edited by Nancy Byrtus, Mark Fram, and Michael McClelland
Let's say you want to know which famous Canadian poet lived in the Waverley Hotel for seven years, constantly changing rooms in fear of RCMP bugs. Or you live at 44 Walmer and want to know what on earth they were thinking with those balconies. Or you want to know what's behind ... Read more
By André Babyn
A deeply affecting and daring novel about small towns, art, and loneliness.
“A gorgeous, urgent, nonlinear exploration of loss, belonging, rage, and connection, Evie of the Deepthorn announces André Babyn as an unmissable talent. ” — Grace O'Connell
What is Evie of the ... Read more
?For a quarter century, Glenn Cochrane, of CFTO’s six o’clock news, left viewers with a smile by scouring the city for the genuine eccentrics and landmark fests that put Hogtown on the map. From Dave Garrick’s free dry cleaning policy for rainy Canadian National Exhibitions ... Read more
"If you are a fan of the great outdoors and love to hike or would like to start hiking, Michael Haynes writes an invaluable trail guide. Go out and buy the book and then go explore. You will not be disappointed. " — Edwards Book Blog
A fresh new edition of the bestselling guide, ... Read more
Collected here, for the first time, are the best hiking routes in the National Capital Region, including Gatineau Park, Ottawa's Greenbelt, brand new trails at Manitou Mountain, and Eastern Ontario's most outstanding provincial parks (Frontenac, Charleston, and Murphy's Point), ... Read more
By Don Easton
Jack Taggart, an undercover Mountie, lives in a world where the good guys and the bad guys change places in a heartbeat. Taggart is very good at what he does. Too good to be playing by the rules, so the brass assign a new partner to spy on him.
Taggart’s new partner discovers ... Read more