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»


Oak Island mystery closer to solution?

Author Joy A. Steele was recently interviewed for a popular podcast on the Internet radio station, The ‘X’ Zone Broadcast… Continue»

Miners Museum celebrates 50 years

The Cape Breton Miners Museum, Glace Bay, NS, is fifty years old now, though it is so well established in… Continue»

Re-release of new edition Italian Lives on “archives day”

CBU Press recently partnered with the Beaton Institute at Cape Breton University to host a book launch in conjunction with… Continue»

Liz Doherty inspires

Congratulations to Liz Doherty, author of The Cape Breton Fiddle Companion (CBU Press 2015), who was recently named Inspirational Teacher… Continue»

Best Books and Book Week honours

The latest issue (Spring 2017) of the Canadian Children’s Book Centre’s Best Books for Kids and Teens arrived this week…. Continue»

Canada Council for the Arts

Cape Breton University Press recognizes the support of the Canada Council for the Arts for our publishing program.

Province of Nova Scotia

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