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In his new book, Elect Her: Still Struggling to Be Recognized as Equals (Crossfield Publishing), author and journalist Fred Groves tackles gender disparity in Canadian politics. Highlighting women who have climbed the ranks as Federal Opposition leaders and Cabinet Ministers as well as those who are relative newcomers to Canada's political scene, the book questions why, after over 100 years...

Join Bruce Buchanan for the launch of his memoir There and Gone: The Fascinating Story of a Sports Broadcaster (Crossfield Publishing).' In 1984, at the age of 23, Bruce Buchanan became the youngest broadcaster in the NHL. As the official voice of the Edmonton Oilers during the team's dynasty era, Bruce called many historic matches featuring some of the most legendary...

  He has worked as a journalist at several newspapers in Southwestern Ontario including his hometown, Essex Free Press.   Author of ‘Rising From the Rubble’, the 1980 Essex Explosion, he has a passion for history, is involved as a volunteer in his community, and believes in the phrase, “if we don’t know where we came from, how do we know where we...

We are pleased to welcome Gail Morrow to our team. With a lifetime of teaching behind her, she is our new resource and accessibility editor, and advisor on indigenous writing. She holds a BA (education and music) from Mount Alison University and an advanced certificate in Resource Education from Crandall University. Gail lives in Rexton, New Brunswick. Her passions include...

Fran L. Porter's second book and first novel, The Wrong Brother (Crossfield Publishing), tells the story of Marigold Iona Anderson, who comes under the charismatic sway of neurologist Dr. Damien Sparks. Such is Damien's effect on Marigold that even when she suspects he may be a murderer (and she may have even witnessed part of a crime he committed), she can't quite bring...