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A Lucky Life

As a longtime pediatrician, Richard Goldbloom placed a high value on connecting with and communicating with his patients and their parents. His ability to reach an audience is evident in this … 304 View

The Golden Age of Liberalism

A Portrait of Roméo LeBlanc

This book explores the life and times of Roméo LeBlanc, one of Canada’s most popular and successful politicians and statesmen. Probably best known as the long-standing fisheries … 376 View
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Foreword by the Right Honourable Jean Chrétien and Introduction by Author

From: The Golden Age of Liberalism

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Outlines the authors experience with Romeo Leblanc and why she chose to write his biography ; 16 $1.60 Add
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Introduction

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Short into about why he wrote the book 2 $0.20 Add
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From Memramcook to Rideau Hall

From: The Golden Age of Liberalism

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Outlines Romeo LeBlanc’s selection to the position of Governor General, the mixed opinions of the media to the nomination, a background history of the Acadians and how this history relates … 20 $2.00 Add
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From Russia to Montreal

From: A Lucky Life

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Particularly looking at his Grandparents and how they came to Montreal from Russia 24 $2.40 Add
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Buffalo Bill

From: A Lucky Life

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Talks about his great Uncle William Goldbloom (Buffalo Bill) who was a fur trader in Prince Rupert BC who he met in the late 1940s 7 $0.70 Add
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Cormier’s Cove

From: The Golden Age of Liberalism

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1927-1948. Outlines Romeo LeBlanc’s family history, his early life growing up in Corimer’s Cove (including statistics on education, resources, etc at the time), goes over the cost of … 34 $3.40 Add
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Eva

From: A Lucky Life

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Talks about his aunt Eva, father’s younger sister, who had a professional theatre career under the stage name Eva Goodrich, complete with diary entries 8 $0.80 Add
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Transitions and Interruptions, 1948–1955

From: The Golden Age of Liberalism

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1948-1955. These seven years would be a time of unexpected movement, of plans begun and changed because of family needs, as well as unanticipated successes. These were years in which his … 47 $4.70 Add
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Teacher to Journalist:

Fredericton to Ottawa and Beyond

From: The Golden Age of Liberalism

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1955-1960. His time teaching at New Brunswick’s Teachers’ College, In 1959 he left Fredericton for Ottawa and an opportunity at Radio Canada to become a political journalist, 40 $4.00 Add
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Unorthodox Jewish Atheist

From: A Lucky Life

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Talks about his experience with the Jewish faith that he was raised in, and how his unorthodox views were shaped by medical teachers in the 1940s 8 $0.80 Add
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"Six of the Best"

From: A Lucky Life

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Discusses his father being the first trained pediatrician in Montreal, his time going to school at Selwyn House 8 $0.80 Add
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Foreign Correspondent:

London and Washington

From: The Golden Age of Liberalism

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1962-1966. Outlines Romeo LeBlanc’s time as a foreign correspondent for Radio-Canada in both London and Washington the reports that he made and stories he covered are outlined, also … 43 $4.30 Add
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An Unexpected Path to Political Life

From: The Golden Age of Liberalism

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1966-1971. Outlines LeBlanc’s time at the Prime Minister’s Press Secretary, ends with the October crisis and LeBlanc’s decision to return to New Brunswick 42 $4.20 Add
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From LCC to McGill

From: A Lucky Life

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Completing High School at Lower Canada College, an all boys school at the time, and going on to study at McGill 4 $0.40 Add