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Scott  Feschuk

Scott Feschuk

November 2014

“Feschuk is the country’s funniest wise guy …his new book The Future And Why We Should Avoid It is every bit as delightful as his magazine columns…Feschuk takes a sardonic yet sobering look at what’s over the horizon for our tech-obsessed culture . But sober is the last thing you’ll want to be in Feschuk’s ...

Edmonton Journal, Nov 1, 2014
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Allan  Levine

Allan Levine

October 2014

"a colourful, comprehensive cultural history of Canada’s largest metropolis author Allan Levine has penned an almost-novelistic account of the city’s rise (and some falls), tracing its history from early European explorers to the Upper Canada Rebellion to how it earned a reputation as “Toronto the Good,” ...

The Globe and Mail, Oct 31, 2014
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Scott  Feschuk

Scott Feschuk

October 2014

"Today’s political pundits are years behind Scott Feschuk. In his new book, released last week, The Future and Why We Should Avoid It, Feschuk predicts candidates for the 2052 presidential election, foreseeing candidates like Bristol Palin and zombie Hillary Clinton…”

The Western Gazette, Oct 25, 2014
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Allan  Levine

Allan Levine

October 2014

“…The city’s life and notable people come alive in this engaging, fun, thoughtful, and reflective book… There’s a lot in this book from the political to the social, cultural to the economic.” – Joseph Planta

thecommentary, Oct 22, 2014
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Allan  Levine

Allan Levine

October 2014

Levine interviewed on Moore In the Mornings

Moore in the Mornings, Newstalk 1010, Oct 2, 2014
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Joe  Wiebe

Joe Wiebe

June 2013

Grant Lawrence and Fiona Forbes talk craft beer with Joe Wiebe, and sample some of his favourites on The Rush: Writer Joe Wiebe and the Craft Beer Revolution

The Rush on Shaw TV, Jun 28, 2013
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Mark  Zuehlke

Mark Zuehlke

September 2012

The Dieppe raid was the first major action the Canadian Army fought in Europe during World War II. Yet Tragedy at Dieppe is the tenth volume in your Canadian Battle Series. Why so long getting to this story? I first started writing about the role Canada’s army played in World War II due to a fascination ...

D&M Marketing, Sep 10, 2012
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Mark  Zuehlke

Mark Zuehlke

September 2012

The Dieppe raid was the first major action the Canadian Army fought in Europe during World War II. Yet Tragedy at Dieppe is the tenth volume in your Canadian Battle Series. Why so long getting to this story? I first started writing about the role Canada’s army played in World War II due to a fascination ...

D&M Marketing, Sep 10, 2012
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Stephen R. Bown

Stephen R. Bown

August 2012

When Roald Amundsen began his career there were four unmapped corners of the world—the Northwest Passage, the Northeast Passage, the South Pole, and the North Pole. Why had no one reached these places before him? Had many people tried? Hundreds of people had been trying for centuries to reach either ...

D&M Marketing, Aug 21, 2012
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Allan  Levine

Allan Levine

March 2012

Joseph Planta, of TheCommentary.ca talks with Allan Levine about his authoritative biography of William Lyon Mackenzie King, currently shortlisted for the J.W. Dafoe Book Prize and two Manitoba Book Awards. Have a listen here.

thecommentary.ca, Mar 29, 2012
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