Posts tagged with "Recommended Read"

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April 30, 2019
April 30, 2019
Are you bored of the endless scroll of your social media feed? If so, this book is for you.
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April 16, 2019
April 16, 2019
Exploring intergenerational trauma in Indigenous communities ― and strategies for healing ― with provocative prose and an empathetic approach.
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March 27, 2019
March 27, 2019
The UK’s best grime journalist Dan Hancox tells the remarkable story of how a group of outsiders went on to create a musical genre that has become a British institution.
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February 14, 2019
February 14, 2019
Wisdom at Work will teach you how to be indispensable in the second half of your working life
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November 16, 2017
November 16, 2017
November 16, 2017
Framed is a wake-up call for those who think that race does not matter in Canada.
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November 9, 2017
November 9, 2017
Many of us insist the main impediment to a full, successful life is the outside world. In fact, the most common enemy lies within: our ego.
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October 30, 2017
October 30, 2017
When it comes to both major policy decisions and the choices we make in our everyday lives, limiting our impulse toward empathy is often the most compassionate choice we can make.
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October 12, 2017
October 12, 2017
October 12, 2017
GO WILD examines how tapping into our core DNA combats modern disease and psychological afflictions.
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September 22, 2017
September 22, 2017
In 25 pieces from Rolling Stone, plus two original essays, Matt Taibbi tells the story of Western civilization’s very own train wreck, from its tragicomic beginnings to its apocalyptic conclusion
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September 15, 2017
September 15, 2017
The catalogue published in conjunction with the eponymous permanent exhibition, produced by the McCord Museum and present from May 1, 2013.
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September 8, 2017
September 8, 2017
This book introduces an indigenist approach to education.
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August 31, 2017
August 31, 2017
Without their Permission is Alexis Ohanian's personal guidebook as to how other aspiring entrepreneurs can follow in his footsteps.

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