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New & Forthcoming Titles

  • Understanding the Manitoba Election 2016

    Campaigns, Participation, Issues, Place

    Karine Levasseur (Editor), Andrea Rounce (Editor), Barry Ferguson (Editor), Royce Koop (Editor)

    An analysis of the 2016 Manitoba Election. Read more »

  • The Idea of a Human Rights Museum

    Karen Busby (Editor), Adam Muller (Editor), Andrew Woolford (Editor)

    How does one present both the great promise and harrowing abuse of human rights? Read more »

  • A Knock on the Door

    The Essential History of Residential Schools from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada

    Phil Fontaine (Author), Aimée Craft (Author), The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (Author)

    An essential introduction to one of the most pressing questions Canada faces. Read more »

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