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Book Review: Firewater How Alcohol is Killing My People (and Yours) by Harold R. Johnson University of Regina 180 pages Trade Paper Firewater is a tough read. What Harold Johnson... — Updated 7/15/2017

 

The Reason You Walk

Most Canadians have heard of Wab Kinew either from his reporting on CBC, as host of the 8th Fire documentary series or his involvement with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.... — Updated 1/9/2017

 

A fast-paced murder mystery

By James R. Coggins Moody Publishers Paperback If you like mysteries and suspense thrillers, you'll love Who's Grace? by James G. Coggins. It's a fast paced murder mystery with a... — Updated 9/9/2016

 

BETTY: The Helen Betty Osborne Story

David Alexander Robertson Illustrated by Scott B. Henderson Highwater Press, Paper, 30 pages Ever since Tina Fontaine's brutally murdered body was pulled from the Red River in... — Updated 3/24/2016

 

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by Jane Kirkpatrick Revell, Baker Publishing Group Softcover 320 pages This is the story of three women-Letitia, a freed slave, Nancy, who leaves the life she loves to follow her... — Updated 1/16/2016

 

100+ Native American Women Who Changed the World

The Peppertree Press Trade Paper 213 pages by K.B. Schaller Cherokee/Seminole National Best Books Award-winning author K.B. Schaller has compiled an extensive collection of... — Updated 11/14/2015

 

The Walls Talk

I'm not really sure how we first came in contact with Adrian G. Torres. But almost from the first letter that Indian Life received, we knew that this prisoner was different. You... — Updated 8/1/2015

 

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by Deborah Ellis 253 pages, Hardcover $15.95 Groundwood Books / House of Anansi Looks Like Daylight is a very interesting book because it gives readers a glimpse into the world of... — Updated 11/23/2013

 

Book Review

Growing Up North By Morris Bradburn iUniverse 2011 170 pages Hardcover Here is an exciting account of Morris Bradburn growing up in the isolated community of Oxford House,... — Updated 3/17/2013

 

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