Month: September 2015

Hands Like Clouds

Hands Like Clouds When environmental warrior Ira Connaught turns up hanging by the neck from an ancient rainforest cedar overlooking the wasteland of a clear-cut on Clayoquot Sound, everyone seems content to declare his death a suicide. The tree spiker won't be missed...

Fun B.C. Facts for Kids

Fun BC Facts for Kids A desert in a pocket, underwater volcanoes, North America's most endangered mammal, and legendary lake monsters-these are just some of the wild, weird, and wonderful things found in Fun B.C. Facts for Kids. Discover an animal the length of two...

The Gallant Cause

The Gallant Cause In ragged uniforms, with obsolete equipment, hundreds of Canadians fought to the death against a massive army equipped by Hitler and Mussolini. The Gallant Cause chronicles the role Canadian volunteers played as members of the International Brigade...

Excerpt From Holding Juno

Chapter Eight: The Devil Danced Fighting independently with exposed flanks and neither artillery nor tank support was common coin to the paratroops of 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion. They and the other battalions that comprised 6th British Airborne Division had...

Excerpt From Hands Like Clouds

Chapter One Dawn came warily, reluctant to brighten the day. The furtive light remained gray and colourless, subdued by the threatening blackness. Rain spiraled down, while a biting wind plucked at the foam-specked waters of Tofino's sheltered inlets. By mid-morning a...

Excerpt from Forgotten Victory

Chapter 19 - Toughest Scrap At 0430 hours, 2nd Canadian Infantry Division’s five battalions advanced across muddy fields through heavy rain. “An eerie light was added to the whole scene by the searchlights, Jerry flares and burning farm buildings,” South Saskatchewan...

On To Victory

On To Victory: The Canadian Liberation of the Netherlands, March 23-May 5, 1945 March 23, 1945. Tens of thousands of Allied troops, following on the heels of a massive artillery barrage, lunge across the Rhine River aboard amphibious craft, while even more land from...

The Canadian Military Atlas

The Canadian Military Atlas The visual story of Canada's distinguished fighting record told in detailed maps and succinct text, from two masters of their craft. Canadian soldiers have long offered the greatest sacrifices with tremendous skill and courage. Now, in one...

Excerpt From Terrible Victory

Introduction: A Simple Plan It all depended on 360 Canadian infantrymen. But that seemed natural to these men of the Algonquin Regiment. For this regiment, hailing from North Bay, Ontario, proudly wore on their regimental badge the motto NE-KAH-NE-TAH, an Algonquin...
Hands Like Clouds

Hands Like Clouds

Hands Like Clouds When environmental warrior Ira Connaught turns up hanging by the neck from an ancient rainforest cedar overlooking the wasteland of a clear-cut on Clayoquot Sound, everyone seems content to declare his death a suicide. The tree spiker won't be missed...

Fun B.C. Facts for Kids

Fun BC Facts for Kids A desert in a pocket, underwater volcanoes, North America's most endangered mammal, and legendary lake monsters-these are just some of the wild, weird, and wonderful things found in Fun B.C. Facts for Kids. Discover an animal the length of two...

The Gallant Cause

The Gallant Cause

The Gallant Cause In ragged uniforms, with obsolete equipment, hundreds of Canadians fought to the death against a massive army equipped by Hitler and Mussolini. The Gallant Cause chronicles the role Canadian volunteers played as members of the International Brigade...

Excerpt From Holding Juno

Excerpt From Holding Juno

Chapter Eight: The Devil Danced Fighting independently with exposed flanks and neither artillery nor tank support was common coin to the paratroops of 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion. They and the other battalions that comprised 6th British Airborne Division had...

Excerpt From Hands Like Clouds

Excerpt From Hands Like Clouds

Chapter One Dawn came warily, reluctant to brighten the day. The furtive light remained gray and colourless, subdued by the threatening blackness. Rain spiraled down, while a biting wind plucked at the foam-specked waters of Tofino's sheltered inlets. By mid-morning a...

Excerpt from Forgotten Victory

Excerpt from Forgotten Victory

Chapter 19 - Toughest Scrap At 0430 hours, 2nd Canadian Infantry Division’s five battalions advanced across muddy fields through heavy rain. “An eerie light was added to the whole scene by the searchlights, Jerry flares and burning farm buildings,” South Saskatchewan...

On To Victory

On To Victory

On To Victory: The Canadian Liberation of the Netherlands, March 23-May 5, 1945 March 23, 1945. Tens of thousands of Allied troops, following on the heels of a massive artillery barrage, lunge across the Rhine River aboard amphibious craft, while even more land from...

The Canadian Military Atlas

The Canadian Military Atlas

The Canadian Military Atlas The visual story of Canada's distinguished fighting record told in detailed maps and succinct text, from two masters of their craft. Canadian soldiers have long offered the greatest sacrifices with tremendous skill and courage. Now, in one...

Excerpt From Terrible Victory

Excerpt From Terrible Victory

Introduction: A Simple Plan It all depended on 360 Canadian infantrymen. But that seemed natural to these men of the Algonquin Regiment. For this regiment, hailing from North Bay, Ontario, proudly wore on their regimental badge the motto NE-KAH-NE-TAH, an Algonquin...

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