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Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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  Boiling Point and Cold Cases: More Saskatchewan Crime Stories
Reconstructed from court transcripts, these all-too-true stories expose the greed, desperation, and inhumanity living just down the street and around the corner.
  Children of the Broken Treaty: Canada's Lost Promise and One Girl's Dream
Children of the Broken Treaty exposes a system of apartheid in Canada that led to the largest youth-driven human rights movement in the country’s history. The movement was inspired by Shannen Koostachin, a young Cree woman whom George Stroumboulopoulos named as one of “five teenage girls who kicked ass in history.”
  Dead Ends - BC Crime Stories
Forty crimes that shed light on our shared past, and our lives today. Award-winning writer Paul Willcocks takes a sharp, fresh look at legendary crimes and criminals and the way they reflect our history. Murderers and scam artists. Masterminds and bunglers. The infamous and the forgotten. Dead Ends looks at them all.
  Paper Cows: and More Saskatchewan Crime Stories
In their second collection of Saskatchewan true crime stories, Pacholik and Pruden uncover a number of little-known or long-forgotten tales from Saskatchewan's history, including chilling homicides, daring robberies, shocking frauds—and even a suicide bombing and an airplane hijacking. From the first execution to the never-before-revealed details of one of Canada's largest drug busts, from frozen gold to poisoned porridge, Paper Cows is guaranteed to surprise, shock and fascinate.
  Sour Milk and Other Saskatchewan Crime Stories
Compiled by Regina Leader-Post crime and court reporters Barb Pacholik and Jana Pruden, this volume contains accounts of 40 unique crime stories that have taken place in Saskatchewan over the course of the past century. Some of the stories have all but faded from memory, while others are still vivid in our minds. But, from the macabre to the murderous, from the bloody to the bizarre, from the sordid to the sensational, all are guaranteed to make both fascinating and entertaining reading.
  The Knowledge Seeker: Embracing Indigenous Spirituality
In The Knowledge Seeker, Blair Stonechild shares his sixty-year journey of learning-from residential school to PhD and beyond-while trying to find a place for Indigenous spirituality in the classroom.
  Thugs,Thieves and Outlaws: Alberta Crime Stories
Chronicled in these pages are many of the Alberta’s most notorious killers and outlaws from the past century: train robbers, a homicidal hired hand, prisoners of war, cannibals, kidnappers, and more. Witness the moment when Peter Pocklington has a .357 magnum held to his head. Be there when Wiebo Ludwig “terrorizes” northwestern Alberta… when a Lethbridge city councillor fabricates a story of being stalked, drugged, abducted and sexually assaulted… when four RCMP officers are gunned down at Mayerthorpe.