Rights Canada 2020–2021: Non-Fiction

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Deepening In-Class and Online Learning

This timely book shows teachers how to make learning joyful as they translate successful classroom strategies to virtual learning. More than 60 step-by-step strategies encourage interaction, foster inclusion, ...

Energy in the Americas

Edited by Amelia M. Kiddle
Categories: History
Series: ISSN

Energy in the Americas provides a hemispheric perspective on the historical construction of contemporary debates on the role of energy in society. Breaking down assumptions about the evolution of national ...

A Brief History of the Earth's Climate

By (author) Steven Earle
Categories: Science

A Brief History of the Earth’s Climate is an accessible, illustrated, myth-busting guide to the natural evolution of the Earth’s climate over 4. 6 billion years, how and why human-caused global warming ...

Technologies of the New Real

With astonishing speed and little public debate, we now live in a reality where interactions with drones, robotic bodies, and surveillance are common. Synthetic biology is merging with artificial intelligence ...


By (author) Robert Maunder, MD & Jonathan Hunter, MD
Categories: Medical

Through an honest retelling of interactions between a dedicated psychiatrist and his most challenging patient, Isaac, Damaged makes the inspiring case that health care would be both more compassionate ...

Undressed Toronto

By (author) Dale Barbour
Categories: History

While we take the beach for granted today, it was a novel form of public space in the nineteenth century and Torontonians had to decide how it would work in their city. To create a public beach, bathing ...


Through vivid short stories and rich poetry, Nicola I. Campbell deftly weaves an extraordinary memoir about what it means to be an intergenerational survivor of Indian Residential Schools. | Captivating ...

China Unbound

By (author) Joanna Chiu
Categories: Political Science

As the world’s second-largest economy, China is extending its influence across the globe, making dramatic moves to become a dominant power. In China Unbound, award-winning foreign correspondent Joanna ...

Out of the Sun

By (author) Esi Edugyan
Categories: Social Science
Series: The CBC Massey Lectures

History is a construction. What happens when we begin to consider stories at the margins when we grant them centrality? How does that complicate our certainties about who we are, as individuals, as nations, ...

Open Every Window

By (author) Jane Munro
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Open Every Window reveals the pain and power inherent in loving and being loved. A poignant evocation for anyone who has experienced loss, it will entrance with its lyricism and comfort with the writer’s ...