Category Archives: book about social justice

The Afterlife of Stars by Joseph Kertes (213)

This story is hopeful, daring, life-affirming account that focuses on revolution and family, and a country lost and lives remade. I usually love stories like this. And this one did not disappoint. I was attracted to the book by the … Continue reading

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Growing up Canadian: Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists (83)

This is a book about religion and global migration, with a specific focus on Canada. In today’s world, the consequences and context of people relocating from one place with which they are familiar and in which they are embedded to … Continue reading

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Fauna By Alissa York(71)

I have been reading quite a few Canadian books but I wasn’t on the internet much for the past few weeks.  So, I have a read a LOT. And now I will be posting a few reviews…LOL. The first book … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Creative Class (132)

This is a wonderfully inspiring book about creativity and how we are developing a new class of workers–the creative class of workers. The creative class is reshaping our economy, our geography, our work, and our whole way of life. There … Continue reading

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Dalton McGuinty–Making a Difference (76)

This is a wonderful memoir that is written by Dalton McGuinty about his life and struggles as well as triumphs as a politician. Dalton McGuinty was premier of Ontario from 2003 to 2013. He inherited a province that was wounded … Continue reading

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Holocaust Survivors in Canada (52)

This month, before I got onto the Canadian Book Review Challenge, I thought I would do some scientific and historical reading. And this book is in the same domain as the previous two that I reviewed. This book is sad … Continue reading

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John Diefenbaker: An Appointment With Destiny (22)

This is a book all about John Diefenbaker, a great prime minister in Canada. I learned so much about him in this book. I recommend the book to anyone who doesn’t know much about this important political figure in Canadian … Continue reading

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