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Real crime. Fiction.

Ever wonder what goes on behind police lines? Author Desmond P. Ryan knows. He's a retired detective - with an English degree and joined...

Here’s my update

The impact Michael Jacques has made in the last couple of years is remarkable. In 2018, he published Can't Read, Can't Write , Here's...

Transform your day

How do your mornings start? Adrienne Enns has written the book on changing up your routine to make your day "intentional" and joined us...

Mental health prescription

We often hear exercise and good nutrition are important not just for physical health, but for mental health as well. But what works best?...

‘Stand on the Sky’

When she's not writing award-winners for young readers, Erin Bow is a science writer at Waterloo's Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. She joins us...

Hogtown Empire

Hogtown Empire: The Disappearance of Ambrose Small outlines the circumstances surrounding Small's disappearance a century ago. The timely book is by author Geordie Telfer...

Remarkable pioneers

The roles women played in the second World War is the subject of "First In, Last Out: The RCAF, Women's Division and Nursing Sisters...

Rush to Danger

So often, when we talk about war, we hear about battles, and soldiers. But what about those who run in to help save the...

Eight Times Up

Inner strength can come from many places. That's the premise of the novel Eight Times Up by Hamilton author John Corr. Follow on Instagram

Shift

Each year, people spend thousands of dollars on coaches, books and courses trying to 'live their best life' but despite their best efforts, it...

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