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Thoughts on a Sunday morning - the 1st Day of August 2021
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

In the Heart of Old Canada
By William Wood (1913) (pdf)


Memoirs of 4 Canadian Armoured Troops Workshop
Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Prepared by members of the unit at Enschede, Holland, September 1945, as a memento and to commemorate their life and activities from mobilization in Toronto, Canada, on 12 May 1942, throughout their training and active operations, up to the cessation of hostilities on 8 May 1945, at which time the unit was in the above location. (pdf)

Traditional Healing Practices Among First Nations Students
Traditional Native healing practices are an important aspect of the First Nations peoples' conception of health and well-being. The purpose of this study was to assess post-secondary First Nations students' attitudes toward traditional Native healing practices. First Nations adult volunteers were surveyed in several adult educational settings to appraise their attitudes towards traditional healing practices in terms of their interest, valuing, and participation. The majority of subjects reported having participated in a diversity of Native healing practices. Implications of the prevalence of these beliefs and practices are discussed and recommendations for counsellors are offered. (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday morning - the 25th day of July 2021
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

First Nations, Metid and Inuit School-Community Learning Environment Project May 2007 - Promising Practices (pdf)


Our Words, Our Ways
Teaching First Nations, Metis and Inuit Learners (2005) (pdf)

Canada - The Last Open Door
This booklet is issued with the object of placing before the public a few facts regarding the opening and development of Western Canada. The story is told so as to cover the subject as fully as possible in the small space at our disposal and convey to the reader some idea of the immense possibilities of this last open door to the Anglo-Saxon from an agricultural and stock raising point of view. (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday morning - the 18th day of July 2021
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Whispered Gently through Time
First Nations Quality Child Care: A National Study. Study sponsored by the Assembly of First Nations, Office of the Regional Vice Chief. Funded by the Child Care Visions Program of the Employability and Social Partnerships Division, HRDC (2020)


BearPaw Legal Education & Resource Centre Newswire
Added a sample copy of this newswire for
September 25 - Oct 2, 2015 (pdf)
Other copies can be found on the Internet Archive

Canadian Bookman
Added the 1919 issue of this magazine due to it being the first of what they call the new era of of the magazine.

Thoughts on a Sunday morning - the 11th day of July 2021
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Jim Brewster
An article about him from the May 1947 issue of Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies.


First 79 pages of the book up to the start of the war with America the book being Romantic Kent, The Story of a County 1626 - 1952, by Victor Lauriston

All Canadian Traveler
Published by the
Associated Canadian Travelers of Winnipeg
Volume 2 Issue 1 (pdf) (December 1935)

Thoughts on a Sunday morning - the 4th day of July 2021
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Directions for Taking and Curing Herrings
And for curing Cod, Ling, Tusk, and Hake by Sir Thomas Dick Lauder, Bart., Secretary to the honourable the Board of British Fisheries reprinted and circulated by Command of His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick (1850) (pdf)


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