Past Events

  • May

    In Our Backyard – Hybrid Event

    Tuesday, May 17th 2022

    Join editors Aimée Craft and Jill Blakley for the launch of In Our Backyard: Keeyask and the Legacy of Hydroelectric Development. This event features a conversation with Robert Spence, elected councillor of the Tataskweyak Cree Nation.

  • Jan

    The Arts of Indigenous Health and Well-Being VIRTUAL LAUNCH

    Monday, January 31st 2022

    Editors Nancy Van Styvendale, J.D. McDougall, Robert Henry, and Robert Alexander Innes will be joined by a panel of contributing authors.

  • Nov

    Grasslands Grown VIRTUAL LAUNCH

    Tuesday, November 23rd 2021

    Author Molly P. Rozum will be joined by guests Sheila McManus and Royden Loewen.

  • Nov

    Mennonite Farmers – Hybrid Event

    Saturday, November 13th 2021

    Join Royden Loewen for the launch of Mennonite Farmers: A Global History of Place and Sustainability. This event features a conversation with Aileen Friesen (History, University of Winnipeg).

  • Nov

    Inventing the Thrifty Gene VIRTUAL LAUNCH

    Wednesday, November 3rd 2021

    Author Travis Hay will be joined by guests Theresa (Teri) Redsky Fiddler and Niigaanwewidam Sinclair.

  • Oct

    Dadibaajim Launch – Hybrid Event

    Saturday, October 23rd 2021

    Join Helen Agger for the launch of Dadibaajim: Returning Home Through Narrative. This event features a conversation with Jarvis Brownlie (Department of History, University of Manitoba).

  • Oct

    Returning to Ceremony Launch – Hybrid event

    Tuesday, October 19th 2021

    Join award-winning author Chantal Fiola for the launch of Returning to Ceremony: Spirituality in Manitoba Métis Communities. This event features a conversation with Laura Forsythe (Faculty of Education, University of Winnipeg).

  • Oct

    Undressed Toronto Launch – Hybrid event

    Wednesday, October 13th 2021

    Join us as we celebrate the launch of Undressed Toronto: From the Swimming Hole to Sunnyside, How a City Learned to Love the Beach, 1850-1935 by Dale Barbour. The event hosted by McNally Robinson features a conversation with host Robert Penner, historian and fiction writer.

  • Jun


    Wednesday, June 23rd 2021

    Join the Survivors of the Assiniboia Indian Residential School at this virtual launch event in collaboration with McNally Robinson Booksellers and the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.

  • Jun

    The Politics of the Canoe VIRTUAL LAUNCH

    Tuesday, June 8th 2021

    Editors Bruce Erickson and Sarah Wylie Krotz will be joined by contributors Rachel Cushman, Jon D. Daehnke, Jessica Dunkin, Larry McDermott, John B. Zoe, and Laura Peers from the Canadian Canoe Museum.