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Book Reviews

Killing Pace The Hidden Life of Trees Merry Hell: The Story of the 25th Battalion (Nova Scotia Regiment) The Oxford Illustrated History of the Third Reich Treating Health Care: How the Canadian System Works and How It Could Work Better Costly Fix: Power, Politics, and Nature in the Tar Sands

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Killing Pace

Killing Pace

A heart-pounding tale that vividly reveals the criminal underbelly that turns profit from today's refugee crisis, Killing Pace proves that not every determined, hard-bitten hero in the popular entertainment landscape needs to come with a Y chromosome.
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The Hidden Life of Trees

The Hidden Life of Trees

In his international bestseller, The Hidden Life of Trees, Peter Wohlleben opened readers’ eyes to the amazing processes at work in forests every day.
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Merry Hell: The Story of the 25th Battalion (Nova Scotia Regiment)

Merry Hell: The Story of the 25th Battalion (Nova Scotia Regiment)

The Canadian military history has many stories and anecdotes that inspire Canadians from coast to coast to feel proud of their history and the role they have played in the world.
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The Oxford Illustrated History of the Third Reich

The Oxford Illustrated History of the Third Reich

This richly illustrated history provides a readable and fresh approach to the complex history of the Third Reich, from the coming to power of the Nazis in 1933 to the final collapse in 1945.
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Treating Health Care: How the Canadian System Works and How It Could Work Better

Treating Health Care: How the Canadian System Works and How It Could Work Better

Raisa B. Deber provides brief descriptions of some key facts and concepts necessary to understand health care policy in Canada and place it in an international context.
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Costly Fix: Power, Politics, and Nature in the Tar Sands

Costly Fix: Power, Politics, and Nature in the Tar Sands


Costly Fix examines the post -1995 Alberta tar sands boom, detailing how the state inflated the profitability of the tar sands and turned a blind eye to environmental issues.

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