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The Voyages of Jacques Cartier
The Voyages of Jacques Cartier
With an introduction by Ramsay Cook

In addition to Cartier's Voyages, a slightly amended version of H.P. Biggar's 1924 text, the volume includes a series of letters relating to Cartier and the Sieur de Roberval, who was in command of cartier on the last voyage. Many of these letters appear for the first time in English.

Published May 2017
Razing Africville: A Geography of Racism
Razing Africville: A Geography of Racism
By Jennifer J. Nelson

By examining a variety of sources – urban planning texts, city council documents, news media, and academic accounts – Jennifer J. Nelson illustrates how Africville went from a slum to a problem to be solved and, more recently, to a public space in which past violence is rendered invisible.

Published May 2009
Creeping Conformity: How Canada Became Suburban, 1900-1960
Creeping Conformity: How Canada Became Suburban, 1900-1960
By Richard Harris

Creeping Conformity, the first history of suburbanization in Canada, provides a geographical perspective – both physical and social – on Canada's suburban past.

Published Jun 2004
The Voyages of Jacques Cartier
The Voyages of Jacques Cartier
With an introduction by Ramsay Cook

In addition to Cartier's Voyages, a slightly amended version of H.P. Biggar's 1924 text, the volume includes a series of letters relating to Cartier and the Sieur de Roberval, who was in command of cartier on the last voyage. Many of these letters appear for the first time in English.

Published Apr 1993