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MARK MANSON is a star blogger with more than

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck is his first book.

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Number of pages: 273

ISBN: 978-0-06-288846-4

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MARK MANSON is the New York Times and

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck. His blog,

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Escaping Society's Sexual Programming-STOP BEING A VICTIM-MAKE LOVE NOT WAR

Book Type: Soft Cover
Number of Pages: 147         
ISBN: 978-0-9938493-1-2
Availability: Yes
Edition: Published by H.E. Communications Inc.
Price: $19.99

The shocking and sad truth in this unique study reveals how some nations have re-programmed our youth with a false and unnatural sexual identity and self image. This study will also teach you how to return our young men and women to mankind's natural state. ARE YOU A NATURAL MAN, OR A SOCIALLY CONSTRUCTED MAN?   WHAT IF HETEROSEXUALITY/HOMOSEXUALITY, IS NEITHER NORMAL OR NATURAL?  HAS MANKIND BEEN LIVING A LIE FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS?   YOU DON'T HAVE TO ACCEPT A LABEL AND THEN BEHAVE ACCORDING TO WHAT YOUR CULTURE DICTATES , BE IT RELIGION, SEXUAL IDENTITY, OR WHATEVER. LEARN     

                                                                                                    TO BE YOU, NOT WHAT THE SYSTEM SAYS YOU ARE.






Explosion - Trenton Disaster

Book Type: Soft Cover
Number of Pages: 62 With Original Photos
ISBN: 978-0-9938493-0-5
Availability: Yes
Edition: 2nd Published by H.E. Communications Inc.
Price: $19.99

Featured Book: EXPLOSION-Trenton Disaster- A factual account of the events that occurred on Thanksgiving weekend 100 years ago, and the questions that still persist as to whether these events were actually planned by the governments of the day. Read it and decide for yourself.

ISBN: 978-0-9938493-2-9

Availability: Yes

Edition: 3rd Published by H. E. Communications Inc.

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We also have copies(signed by author) of the 1st reproduction of John Melady's book.




Korea: Canada’s Forgotten War

Book Type: Soft Cover
Publication Date: 1983
Number of Pages: 328
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
ISBN-13: 9781459701328
Availability: Yes
Edition: 2nd (2011)
Price: $22.99 

The Korean War (1950-53) forms a little-known but exciting part of Canada’s military history. The heroism and sacrifice of Canadians who fought in this conflict as part of the United Nations force has often been ignored. In this lively, anecdotal book, John Melady combines archival material and interviews with many Korean veterans. The result is a vivid, intensely human account of the war from its first days, to heroic battles such as Kapyong, to fascinating and more obscure incidents such as the Koje prison camp insurrection, as well as personal stories of doctors, POWs, and journalists who witnessed the conflict, including Pierre Berton and Rene Levesque.
The men from across Canada who served and fought were forever changed by what they saw and experienced in this faraway land. Army, navy, air force all receive their share of long-overdue praise in this important book, which was originally published in 1983 but is now fully revised.



Heartbreak and Heroism: Canadian Search and Rescue Stories

Book Type: Hardback
Publication Date: October 1997
Number of Pages: 280
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
ISBN-13: 9781550022872
Availability: Yes
Price: $23.99

This book is about some of the most dramatic search-and-rescue operations in Canada. Whether the action is on the heaving deck of a sinking ship off the Newfoundland coast, within the incredibly confining walls of a power plant in Ontario, or high on a cliff face on a British Columbia mountain, each of these stories is exciting, memorable, and true. They are accounts of courage, loyalty, perseverance, and sacrifice that knows no bounds.
We read of the heartbreaking last days of an Anglican missionary fighting for his life in a lonely Arctic outpost. Another chapter relays a dramatic rooftop rescue in New Brunswick. We meet people who are saved from floods, fires, plane crashes, earth movements, and violent storms. No less are the stories of the sometimes unexpected and tragic losses of the rescuers.

Because Canada is so vast, Search and Rescue capability has to span the nation, and extend from sea to sea to sea. No other country has done what we have done. Heartbreak and Heroism is popular history at its most exciting.


Star of Courage: Recognizing Canada’s Heroes

Book Type: Soft Cover
Publication Date: October 2001
Number of Pages: 240
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
ISBN-13: 9781550023657
Availability: Yes
Price: $20.99

They come from the cities and farms, military bases and tourist towns, seaside bungalows and urban apartments. All are ordinary people who did extraordinary things. Not one of them sought recognition, yet all are worthy of our admiration. They are Canada’s heroes, recipients of the presigious Star of Courage, and these are the stories of their bravery.
Passionately told by John Melady, the tales of their courage span the nation and beyond: a heart-stopping rescue on the storm-tossed Atlantic, a plane crash on a mountain peak, a robbery and cold-blooded murder on the Saskatchewan prairie and a dramatic rescue at the very brink of Niagara Falls, to name just a few.
Whether the quick-thinking seven-year-old who foiled a molester, the quiet young woman who disarmed a killer, or the soldier who became a human shield: these courageous individuals will inspire readers and prove to Canadians that there are great heroes in our midst.


Double Trap: The Last Public Hanging in Canada

Book Type: Soft Cover
Publication Date: 2005
Number of Pages: 248
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
ISBN-13: 9781550025712
Availability: Yes
Price: $22.99

A dozen years before the Black Donnellys were butchered at Lucan, Ontario, another murderous rampage took place a few miles away. On June 6, 1868, three men robbed and killed a rich farmer, his wife, and her unborn child. They concocted an alibi, stuck to it, and almost got off. In fact, two of them did.
The third, Nicholas Melady, went to prison and fell in love with a beautiful woman in a nearby cell. There to entrap him, she listened, learned, and led him to the gallows. When he was hanged in Goderich, hundreds watched, but thousands were late for the spectacle. They were bitterly disappointed because they had missed the last public hanging in Canada.


Pearson’s Prize: Canada and the Suez Crisis

Book Type: Hardback
Publication Date: April 2006
Number of Pages: 200
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
ISBN-13: 9781550026115
Availability: Yes
Price: $24.99

In the fall of 1956, the world was on the brink of war. Egyptian President Gamel Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal, and Britain, France, and Israel attacked him. Russia supported Nasser, and Soviet Premier Khrushchev threatened nuclear holocaust if the United States became militarily involved. Soon, the matter became a major problem for the United Nations.

Fortunately, because of the efforts of Lester Pearson, then Canada’s Minister of External Affairs, the crisis was defused. Pearson proposed a U.N. peacekeeping force be sent to Egypt to separate the warring factions there and keep the peace. Because his idea was adopted, Pearson helped save the world from war. For his outstanding statesmanship, Pearson won the Nobel Prize for Peace, the only Canadian ever to do so. This book, written to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the event, is about the Suez and about Pearson’s work during a tension-filled time in the twentieth century.


Canadians In Space: The Forever Frontier

Book Type: Soft Cover
Publication Date: August 2009
Number of Pages: 232
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
ISBN-13: 9781550029406
Availability: Yes
Price: $21.99

In 1984, Marc Garneau became Canadas first astronaut and a national hero. Since then, seven of his fellow citizens have followed in his footsteps, many more than once. This book was written as a twenty-fifth anniversary tribute to these brave men and women who defied tremendous odds, risked their lives, and soared from Earth on sheets of flame.



Breakthrough: Canada’s Greatest Inventions and Innovations

Publication Date: June 2013
Number of Pages: 224
Book Size: 6″ x 9″
ISBN-13: 9781459708525
Availability: Yes
Price: $15.99

Canadians are behind a variety of cutting-edge products, life-saving medicines, innovative machines, and fascinating ideas. Although our inventions have typically been created with little fanfare, financing, or expectation of return, they have often gone on to play important roles in day-to-day life. Our “greatest invention” is probably insulin, which millions of people depend on for life and health. But the light bulb, the Canadarm, and the BlackBerry certainly vie for that honour as well.
Some of our inventions are small: the paint roller, the Robertson screwdriver, and the crash position indicator – the forerunner of the black box on planes. Others are larger: the jetliner, the snow-blower, and the snowmobile. Some, such as Standard Time, are really just complex ideas while others, such as the pacemaker, are triumphs of complex technology.
Put simply, Canadians are supremely innovative!


When Giants Fall: The Gilmour Quest for Algonquin Pine

Book Type: Soft Cover

Publication Date: 2001

Number of Pages: 192

Book Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″

ISBN: 0-9681452-5-6

Availability: Yes

Edition: 2nd Edition

Price: $19.99


Co-Authors: Gary Long and Randy Whiteman

This is a classic story of Canadian lumbering during the era of the powerful timber barons of the late 19th century.

The Gilmour company was one of the lumber giants of eastern Canada. Beginning as a square timber dealer in the early 1800s, it expanded into sawmilling to supply the American market, relentlessly chopping through the pine forests of the Ottawa Valley and central Ontario to feed the voracious saws in its mills.

By the 1880s the company’s sawmill at Trenton on Lake Ontario was one of the world’s largest. Unfortunately, the supply of pine that fed it was running out. With the family’s wealth and reputation on the line, David Gilmour embarked on an incredible scheme to tap a new source of pine in Algonquin Park, and float the logs 445 kilometres to the mill along three different river systems — and over the hills between them.

Long and Whiteman capture the drama of the Gilmour company’s rise and fall.


Gary Long-Gilmour Tramway: A Lumber Baron’s Desperate Scheme

Book Type: Soft Cover

Publication Date: 2002

Number of Pages: 96

Book Size: 6″ x 9″                     

ISBN-13: 978-0-9734434-3-1

Availability: Temporarily out of stock

Edition: 2nd Edition

Price: $24.99

What does a 19th-century lumber baron do when he needs to move millions of logs from one waterway to another, and a range of high hills blocks the way?

If his name was David Gilmour, he’d invent and construct an ingenious but expensive system of giant endless chains and aqueducts, call it the Gilmour Tramway, and prove to his critics that he could in fact “float logs uphill.” Beginning on the shore of Lake of Bays near Dorset, the tramway was the crucial link in his bold plan to float logs 445 kilometres from Algonquin Park to his sawmill at Trenton on Lake Ontario.

In the book When Giants Fall: The Gilmour Quest for Algonquin Pine, Gary Long and Randy Whiteman told the entire Gilmour story, in which the tramway was just one chapter.

Now, Gary returns to the mechanism that originally inspired his own interest in the Gilmours. Gilmour Tramway: A Lumber Baron’s Desperate Scheme examines the tramway in minute detail, explaining how it was built and how it operated. A selection of historical photos (some never before published) illustrate the system in its operating days, while modern pictures depict the surprising remnants. Meticulous maps and diagrams prepared by Gary add further to the understanding of the engineering marvel.

Gary has explored every inch of the tramway route and combines his extensive field notes with information from archival records and other sources to put the tramway back in working order, at least in words. This second edition features updated and improved maps and descriptions, as well as some new information.


Grace Barker(Deceased) - Timber Empire: The Exploits of the Entrepreneurial Boyds

Book Type: Soft Cover
Publication Date: 2003
Number of Pages: 144
Book Size: 10″ x 8″
ISBN: 0-9681452-7-2
Edition: 2nd Edition
Price: $21.99

In 1834, 19-year-old Mossom Boyd arrived in the backwoods of Upper Canada with few assets other than his intelligence and determination. Within a decade he’d taken over a small sawmill at nearby Bobcaygeon, in the Kawartha Lakes district. Gradually he expanded operations until he was shipping millions of feet of lumber each year to the U.S., and his logging operations extended north to the farthest reaches of the Trent River headwaters in Haliburton County.

Boyd also engaged in the risky but exciting and often financially lucrative square timber trade, annually floating rafts of pine all the way down the Trent and St. Lawrence rivers to Quebec for export to Britain.

Timber Empire follows the exploits of Mossom Boyd and two of his sons as they battle natural, political and economic obstacles in their quest to extract a living from the pine forests of the Kawarthas and Haliburton.


Justin Trudeau

Common Ground

Now, in COMMON GROUND, Justin Trudeau reveals

how the events of his life have influenced him and

formed the ideals that drive him today. He explores

with candour and empathy, the difficulties of his

parent's marriage and the effect it had on a small boy

and the close relationship with a father whose exacting

standards were second only to his love for his sons.

Limited Quantities.

ISBN 978-1-44343-337 -2

Hard cover-341 pages



John English

Citizen Of The World-The Life of Pierre Elliot Trudeau-Vol:1 1919-1968

Soft Cover: 565 Pages

Vintage Canada

Available: Yes(limited quantities)


John English-An acclaimed and award

winning Author of Canadian Politics,


The Life of Pierre Elliot Trudeau 1968-2000


If you missed this book when it

first came on the market, Get it


JUST WATCH ME documents an

exciting and unforgettable period

of Canadian History.

Soft Cover: 789 pages(Available in limited quantities) $23.99


Michael Harris

Party of One




"Stephen doesn't think words mean much"


' We took Parliament for granted, but, like the environment, it turns out that it

is an incredibly delicate and fragile structure. Harper has smothered MPs

                                       and is destroying Parliament."

Is this the kind of Government we can expect if Mr. Scheer becomes Prime Minister?


Hardcover-534 Pages



Mary L. Garland

Algonquin Park’s Mowat

Published in Canada by the Friends of Algonquin Park

ISBN 978-1-894993-64-7 Soft Cover 206 Pages

Author: Mary Garland

Available: Yes

Price: $23.99

Many Pictures and Beautiful Reproductions of Paintings.

This is a Must Have book for anyone planning on a trip

to the park, or studying Canada's best known Park.


John Ralston Saul

The Comeback

THE COMEBACK presents a powerful

portrait of modern Aboriginal life in

Canada, in contrast with the perceived

failings so often portrayed in politics

and in media. Saul illustrates his arguments

by compiling a remarkable selection of

letters, speeches and writings by Aboriginal

leaders and thinkers, showcasing the extraordinarily

rich, moving and stable indigenous point of view

across the centuries.

Hardcover: 284 pages



Alan W. Watts

All of his books are now on sale for $15 each!

Behold The Spirit


Become What You Are


Buddhism The Religion of No-Religion


Nature, Man and Woman


The Book

Some say that this is Alan's best work.

I tend to agree, as this was the first book of his

that I read. When I understood what Alan was

saying, it was as though a weight had been lifted from me.

In the back of my 'mind', it seemed as though I had known

these truths all along.







The Tao of Philosophy


The Way of Zen


The Wisdom of Insecurity



George Orwell


'Right up there among my favourite books...

I read it again and again. Margaret  Atwood.

'Who controls the past

Controls the future

Who controls the present

Controls the past"

Soft Cover: 326 Pages


Penguin Random House

2017 Edition

Soft Cover 302 pages


The year 1984 has come and gone, but George

Orwell's prophetic, nightmarish vision in 1949

of the world we were becoming is timelier than

ever. No one can deny the novel's hold on the

imaginations of whole generations, or the power

of it's admonitions-a power that seems to grow,

 not lessen, with the passage of time.




Animal Farm Soft Cover



Animal Farm Hardcover




Aldous Huxley

Brave New World