Living Treaties: Narrating Mi’kmaw Treaty Relations

Now available from select Chapters, Coles and Indigo stores across the region, CBU Bookstore, CBU Press, Nimbus Publishing, Petroglyphs and from online retailers Indigo.ca, Amazon.ca, Amazon.com, and for your e-reader from Amazon, Indigo, Kobo and Apple istore.

Regardless of Canada’s governmental attitude of entitlement, First Nations, Métis and Inuit lands and resources are still tied to treaties and other documents. Their relevance seems forever in dispute, so it is important to know about them, to read them, to hear them and to comprehend their constitutional significance in contemporary life. Continue»


Two new reviews favouring Michael Newton’s work

We recently learned of reviews of two of Michael Newton’s recent books, both published in Scottish Gaelic Studies vol. 30… Continue»

Anecdotal history a fascinating approach: review

Among a flurry of reviews received last week are these great comments about Vincent W. MacLean’s These Were My People:… Continue»

Reeling over reviews

We received a flurry of copies of reviews last week, including these great comments about Heather Sparling’s Reeling Roosters and… Continue»

Canadian Gaelic literature focus of Quebec performance

Michael Newton and Lewis MacKinnon will reprise the Gaelic concerts they collaborated on during the period we were launching Newton’s… Continue»

It’s a curse

Perhaps you saw the research circulating in media in recent weeks that people who swear a lot tell the truth… Continue»

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