Items in this Collection
- 1Booknet Canada
- 1Ferdinand, Jason Max
- 1Graham, Beth
- 1Mussey, Dagmar
- 1Mussey, June Barrows
- 1BIPOC representation--Music
- 1Book industries and trade--Canada
- 1Canadian drama, 21st century
- 1Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations
- 1Charity organizations, Canada
- 1Choral music--Instruction and study
If I ask: "Do you know June Barrows Mussey?" I get a blank stare. If I continue: "you know Henry Hay?" then suddenly the response is: "Certainly. He wrote The Amateur Magician's Handbook." June Barrows Mussey, alias Henry Hay was a remarkable man who had a magical upbringing. Imagine, a boy of...
This toolkit is based on a belief in the power of human connection and the possibilities of using DISCLOSURE to strengthen that connection. Through dialogue and action undertaken in a spirit of openness and respect, we increase understanding and expand our thinking. We embrace listening, along...
"For far too long, Canada has lacked a comprehensive resource examining Canada’s charitable sector. That has now ended. The Muttart Foundation has spent many years focusing on building the capacity of charities in this country. The publication of this collection is another contribution to that...
"Holed up in a washroom in Vancouver’s International Airport, Cindy and Crystal are fighting for their lives. Crystal has a belly full of heroine and a limited time to get it out of her system and Cindy is trying to keep her violent drug smuggling boyfriend at bay. A dark comedy about class,...
Su shi's writings are as vast as the sea, and his zen writings are more unique and profound.. Su shi's zen thoughts are inseparable from his own ups and downs of life experience and his own free and unrestrained character, more importantly, su shi has a profound background of Buddhism. Under the...