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A Basic Guide to Canadian Family Law

What Everybody Needs to Know About Canadian Family Law but Could Never Afford to Ask

A Basic Guide to Canadian Family Law is written for the average Canadian, but will no doubt also be of great use to judges, lawyers, mediators, and others who engage in family dispute resolution. … 1-242 View


Destroying Myths and Misogyny in Endometriosis Care

Journalist Tracey Lindeman knows it all too well. Decades of suffering from endometriosis propelled the creation of BLEED — part memoir, part investigative journalism, and all … 322 View

Canada In Afghanistan

A story of military, diplomatic, political and media failure 2003-2023

Canadian leaders then and now claim great success for Canada’s role in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2014 and beyond. Though 151 Canadians were killed in combat, the Canadian military played a … 200 View

Childhood Unplugged

Practical Advice to Get Kids Off Screens and Find Balance

Ditch the devices and bring back the magic of being a kid Screens are everywhere. Children spend an average of 7.5 hours on digital devices every day with profoundly negative consequences. While … 178 View

Crisis and Contagion

Conversations on Capitalism and Covid-19

Crisis and Contagion is a selection of fourteen interviews conducted by Ian McKay of the Wilson Institute at McMaster University. Interviews with Nancy Fraser, Mike Davis, Mack Penner, Andreas … 324 View

Decolonize Drag

Although imagined as a queer subcultural practice, drag seems to be everywhere we look: from AI filters on TikTok to brunchtime entertainment, from state legislations to political rallies. Yet as … 220 View

Decolonize Museums

The idealized Western museum, as typified by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the British Museum, and the Museum of Natural History, has remained much the same for over a century: a uniquely … 296 View

Decolonize Self-Care

Decolonize Self-Care mounts a sharply critical investigation into contemporary “self-care” practices—particularly those that embrace using mindfulness and other techniques such … ; 284 View

Decolonizing Sport

Decolonizing Sport tells the stories of sport colonizing Indigenous Peoples and of Indigenous Peoples using sport to decolonize. Spanning several lands — Turtle Island, the US, Australia, … 288 View

Essential Work Disposable Workers

Migration, Capitalism, and Class

Across the world we are witnessing daily the lethal effects of a rapid and scary hardening of borders, ignited and justified by manufactured fear and scarcity. In such conditions, highly … 230 View

Fundamental Law for Journalists

Journalists will come across many arcane and sometimes obtuse legal concepts in the course of their work. Law is not an intuitive thing. It has developed over a millennium, and its basic rules … 232 View

Fundamentals of National Security Accountability in Canada

This book is about the democratic regulation of Canada’s security and intelligence agencies at the federal level. It serves as a primer or guidebook, both for those involved in … 292 View

I Want a Better Catastrophe

Navigating the Climate Crisis with Grief, Hope, and Gallows Humor

An existential manual for tragic optimists, can-do pessimists, and compassionate doomers WITH GLOBAL WARMING projected to rocket past the 1.5°C limit, lifelong activist Andrew Boyd is thrown … 422 View

Killing the Wittigo

Indigenous Culture-Based Approaches to Waking Up, Taking Actions, and Doing the Work of Healing

Written specifically for young adults, reluctant readers, and literacy learners, Killing the Wittigo explains the traumatic effects of colonization on Indigenous people and communities and how … 271 View

Making a Home

Assisted Living in the Community for Young Disabled People

In some Canadian provinces, people with severe physical disabilities are simply warehoused in nursing homes, where many people, especially in the age of homecare, are in the final stages of their … 136 View