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The Seed Farmer

By (author) Daniel Brisebois
Categories: Sustainable agriculture

Save seeds, save money, and increase profit from your small-scale farm or market garden

The Seed Farmer is required reading for any grower who cares about being part of a truly sustainable local food system. ...

The Art of Focused Conversation, Second Edition

The essential, bestselling guide to designing and leading useful and effective group conversations, now completely revised and updated.

The Art of Focused Conversation is the quintessential theoretical ...

The Consulting Trap

By (author) Chris Hurl & Leah B. Werner
Categories: Consultancy

The Consulting Trap does a deep dive into how governments have become hooked on private consultancy firms with dire consequences for democratic decision-making, public accountability and accessible public ...

How We Gather Matters

Grow your audience, shrink your footprint, change the world

Events can help educate, inspire, and connect us to our community, but all too often they escalate into resource-intensive glorifications of ...


Character is something intrinsic to us all; it forms and reveals who we are. Unbeknownst to many, character is foundational to our judgment, behavior, and leadership. As we tackle the grand challenges ...


A personal investigation into the real price of our holidays.

Travel was once a marker of sophistication. Now the tourist is just as likely to be viewed as one locust in an annihilating swarm. Tourists ...

Work Less

“Peirce tells the intriguing story of the battle for shorter hours … and why now is finally the moment for a breakthrough that would give us all more of the precious gift of time.” — LINDA McQUAIG, ...

Much More than Police

By (author) Terry Carlson
Edited by Sandy Newton
Categories: Business & Economics

Terry Carlson’s thoroughly researched new history offers a detailed account of the activities and evolution of the Newfoundland Constabulary from 1871, when the force was founded, to 1949, when Newfoundland ...

Plundering the North

The manufacturing of a chronic food crisis

Food insecurity in the North is one of Canada’s most shameful public health and human rights crises. In Plundering the North, Kristin Burnett and Travis Hay ...

Social Democracy, Capitalism, and Competition

By (author) Marcel Boyer
Categories: Political economy

Our social democracies and welfare states face economic and governance challenges that threaten their very survival. Against this backdrop, Social Democracy, Capitalism, and Competition argues that a true ...