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WINNER, Governor General's Literary Award
Canada Reads 2015 Finalist
An edgy and extravagant YA novel about a glamorous boy named Jude.
School is just like a film set: there's The Crew, who make ...more
The Story of Vancouver's Historic Commodore Ballroom
The untold story of a rock'n'roll landmark in Vancouver.
Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the Commodore Ballroom is one of the best-loved music venues in Canada, if not the ...more
Great Seafood from Cupboard to Table
Quick, inventive, stylish recipes featuring all manners of canned seafood.
As an ingredient, canned seafood often gets short shrift; it's often considered a mundane filler for salads, casseroles, and sandwiches by ...more
The Green Man's Guide to Living & Eating Sustainably All Year Round
A book of recipes and gardening tips for living and eating sustainably and responsibly all year round.
Randy Shore's father and grandfather grew up on farms, yet he didn't even know ...more
Storytelling through Textiles
The art of storytelling through textiles, exploring the many ways in which narrative can be expressed through cloth and needle.
Strange Material explores the relationship between handmade textiles and storytelling. Through ...more
By the author of Blue Is the Warmest Color: a stunning graphic novel on the downfall of a rock legend.
Julie Maroh burst onto the scene in 2013 with Blue Is ...more
Angie Abdou's latest: a novel on the complexities of class, gender, parenthood, and desire.
Vero and her husband Shane have moved out of the sweet suite above his parents' garage and ...more
Sharp-eyed tales about outsiders, non-conformists, and iconoclasts.
In Nothing Looks Familiar, Shawn Syms' debut story collection, characters from a wide swath of society chart paths from places of danger or unhappiness ...more
A "Globe 100" Best Book of the Year (The Globe and Mail)
In the beginning, there is no he. There is no she.
Two cells make up one cell. This is the ...more
An epic first story collection by poet Wayde Compton.
In his debut story collection, poet Wayde Compton explores the concept of place and identity in which characters and space merge to ...more
A Queer Film Classic
A Queer Film Classic on Canadian director Patricia Rozema's I've Heard the Mermaids Singing, her quirky and hopeful first feature film which made its premiere at Cannes and won its ...more
A Queer Film Classic
A Queer Film Classic on two groundbreaking gay films from the early 1970s, both of which exemplify the growing liberalization of social attitudes toward sex and homosexuality in post-Stonewall America. ...more
A New York Times bestseller
The live-action French film version of Blue is the Warmest Color won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013.
Originally published in French as ...more