Category Archives: Author from Ontario

Blissfully Blended Bullshit by Rebecca Eckler (3)

This book is about the uncomfortable truth of blending families. It is a book that will make you laugh and smile, but it will also make you take a seat back. In this book, Rebecca Eckler is on a soul-baring … Continue reading

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The Rise of Populism by Stephen K. Bannon (207)

This is a book in the Munk Debates series. I just picked up this book on the new book shelf at my local library. But I was surprised to learn that I have more books to read in this series. … Continue reading

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George Smitherman: Unconventional Candour (206)

This is a wonderful memoir about George Smitherman.  His memoir is honest and showcases the type of man he really is. George Smitherman had modest beginnings. And yet he rose to become one of the most powerful politicians in Ontario … Continue reading

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Out on the Prairie by Cora Taylor (193)

I read this book a while ago, but finally got the chance to review it here. It has been a year of ups and downs for me with the Canadian Book Review Challenge. I usually am not fond of counting … Continue reading

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Follow that Bee by Scott Ritchie (191)

This is a wonderful book for kids about bees. And given that our bee population is dwindling, its important for us to learn about bees and how wonderful they are so that we can preserve them as much as possible. … Continue reading

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Being Prime Minister by J.D.M Steward (187)

This is a book about who is the prime minister of Canada. Politically, he or she is a member of Parliament and leader of the Government of Canada. In the past, the occupant of this position has been described as … Continue reading

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Trust: Twenty Ways to Build a Better Country by David Johnston (185)

This is a much-needed book in our time of political and cultural upheaval. Trust and honesty seem to be gone right by the wayside which is why we are having immense problems now. Even our politicians are not trustworthy and … Continue reading

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