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Book Review

The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada: Activism, Policy, and Contested Science

There are few issues in British Columbia more divisive than aquaculture. With their new book, Nathan Young and Ralph Matthews provide a timely, well-documented, and clearly articulated step back from the aquaculture fray. The impetus...

Review by Jaime Yard


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Empowering Electricity: Co-operatives, Sustainability, and Power Sector Reform in Canada

Empowering Electricity is a detailed examination of the political and social economy of electricity co-operatives and power sector reform in Canada. The co-operative movement is commonly, and rightfully, viewed as a model of grassroots organization...

Review by Nichole Dusyk


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Unbuilt Environments: Tracing Postwar Development in Northwest British Columbia

In 1921 the Prince George Citizen reminded its readership that “central B.C. is not a new country” (Prince George Citizen 1921). Defining “central B.C.” as those parts of the province situated between the 52nd and...

Review by Daniel Sims


Book Review

Northern Haida Master Carvers

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 134, Summer 2002  

Review by Alan Hoover


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Trail to Heaven: Knowledge and Narrative in a Northern Native Community

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 86, Summer 1990  

Review by Richard Preston


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The Northern Review, vol. 1, no. 1

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 84, Winter 1989/90

Review by Shelagh Grant


Book Review

A Thousand Blunders: The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and Northern British Columbia

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 112, Winter 1996/97  

Review by Kenneth Coates


Book Review

Not My Fate: The Story of a Nisga’a Survivor

Not My Fate: The Story of a Nisga’a Survivor is Janet Romain’s account of the life of her friend and fellow northerner, Josephine Caplin.[1]  Jo was born in Smithers to a Nisga’a mother and non-Aboriginal...

Review by Carole Blackburn


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The Last Great West: The Agricultural Settlement of the Peace River Country to 1914

David Leonard’s latest work on the Peace River country of northern British Columbia and Alberta is distinguished from its predecessors by an emphasis on the region’s agricultural history. Drawn in part from documents profiling who...

Review by Jon Swainger


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British Columbia: Patterns in Economic, Political and Cultural Development

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 63, Autumn 1984  

Review by Jacqueline Gresko


Book Review

A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound

Clayoquot Sound. Home of the Nu-Chah-Nuulth First Nation for thousands of years. Home of loggers and fishers who have contributed to a global market for wood and fish products for decades. Home to scenic fjords,...

Review by David Tindall


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Public Power, Private Dams: The Hell’s Canyon High Dam Controversy

This is a book about why something did not happen. It is not quite counter-factual history, but it is an approach that works to remind us that nothing is inevitable. In the postwar Northwest, nothing,...

Review by Tina Loo


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Perspectives on Sustainable Development in Water Management: Towards Agreement in the Fraser River Basin (Vol. I)

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 93, Spring 1992  

Review by Mark Sproule-Jones


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The Canadian Pacific Railway and the Development of Western Canada 1896-1914

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 85, Spring 1990  

Review by W. Lamb


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Victoria: Physical Environment and Development

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 35, Autumn 1977  

Review by Olav Slaymaker


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The Development of the Pacific Salmon-Canning Industry: A Grown Man’s Game

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 88, Winter 1990/91  

Review by Alicja Muszynski


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Seeing the Ocean Through the Trees: A Conservation-Based Development Strategy for Clayoquot Sound

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 118, Summer 1998  

Review by Bruce Braun


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Town and City: Aspects of Western Canadian Urban Development

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 53, Spring 1982  

Review by Warren Magnusson


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The Development of the Fraser River Salmon Canning Industry, 1885 to 1913

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 21, Spring 1974  

Review by Keith Ralston


Book Review

Water in Sustainable Development: Exploring Our Common Future in the Fraser River Basin (Vol. 2)

PDF – Book Reviews, BC Studies 97, Spring 1993  

Review by Mark Sproule-Jones


Book Review

When Days Are Long: Nurse in the North

In this book, first published upon her retirement in 1965, Amy Wilson presents a biographical history of her career as a public health nurse in Northern British Columbia and the Yukon during the 1950s and...

Review by Geertje Boschma


Book Review

In the Spirit of the Ancestors: Contemporary Northwest Coast Art at the Burke Museum

In the Spirit of the Ancestors celebrates the Burke Museum’s contemporary Northwest Coast art collection. The writers, four academics and four artists, all have strong ties to this Seattle museum, and the artists featured here...

Review by Alan Hoover


Book Review

Maps and Memes: Redrawing Culture, Place and Identity in Indigenous Communities

In this innovative and important book, Gwilyn Eades, a geographer from Terrace, undertakes a kaleidoscopic investigation of the significance of maps, cartography, contemporary geo-coding technologies (GIS, GPS, and Google Earth), and questions of spatial cognition...

Review by Daniel Clayton