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Reflections on Rethink150: Indigenous Truth

By Crystal Przybille on behalf of the Rethink150 Collective


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The Minor Transpacific: A Roundtable Discussion

By Phanuel Antwi, Nadine Attewell, Beng Huat Chua, John Nguyet Erni, Christine Kim, Joanne Leow, Helen Hok-Sze Leung, Jia Tan, Chih-ming Wang, Audrey Yue


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It’s a Family Affair: Stó:lō Experiences in Repatriation

By David Schaepe with T'xwelátse (Herb Joe), Tzeachten First Nation


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Fernie at War 1914-1919

Wayne Norton provides a fascinating story of a British Columbia resource town navigating its way through the tribulations of the Great War.  In so doing, he adds to the small but growing body of works that...

Review by R. Scott Sheffield


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Aboriginal Peoples and the Law: A Critical Introduction

Jim Reynolds, a highly experienced Aboriginal rights lawyer, pursues two ambitious aims with his new book, Aboriginal Peoples and the Law: A Critical Introduction. One is to provide a succinct yet comprehensive overview of Canadian law...

Review by David Milward


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The Miracle Mile: Stories of the 1954 British Empire and Commonwealth Games

The Miracle Mile written by Jason Beck, the curator at the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, is a masterfully constructed narrative of the first truly international event in British Columbia sport history. The 1954...

Review by Robin Anderson


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The Campbell Revolution? Power, Politics and Policy in BC

This is one of those rare collections that focusses on a recent significant political transition. In doing so Jason Lacharite and Tracy Summerville have produced a needed and worthwhile book. For those not cognizant of recent...

Review by Alexander Netherton


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Witness to Loss

Witness to Loss is a multi-authored study of wartime Japanese Canadian confinement that draws from the memoirs of Kishizo Kimura, a Japanese-born man who immigrated to Canada in 1911. Kimura had an important impact on the...

Review by Christian Roy


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Engaging the Line: How the Great War Shaped the Canada-US Border 

That the Great War changed boundaries and upset communities is not news to anyone who looks at an historical atlas of Europe.  That the war affected communities living along what is often referred to as ‘the...

Review by Chris Leach