Books in category Travel – Canada

  • Ghost Towns of Muskoka

    Ghost Towns of Muskoka
    Andrew Hind, Maria Da Silva

    A few support a handful of inhabitants, but even these towns are wrapped in a ghostly shroud. But this book isnt only about communities that have died. Rather it is about communities that lived, vibrantly at that, if only for a brief time.

  • From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point

    From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point
    Peter Kazaks

    In this account of an 800-mile canoe trip – which begins at Reindeer Lake on the Manitoba/Saskatchewan border, continues into Nunavut past the treeline, and ends on Hudson Bay – Peter Kazaks conveys the experience of being in the north …

  • Explorer s Guide Victoria Vancouver Island A Great Destination

    Explorer’s Guide Victoria & Vancouver Island: A Great Destination
    Eric Lucas

    "Consistently rated the best guides to the regions covered.

  • Montreal and Quebec City Colourguide

    Montreal and Quebec City Colourguide
    Susan Hargrove

    The 4th edition of this in-depth guide to Montreal and Quebec City.

  • Flavours of the West Coast

    Flavours of the West Coast
    Cedarwood Productions

    Inspired by the popular television program Flavours of the West Coast, the cookbook aims to support the farmers, chefs, and food producers who make the local food scene possible.

  • Resto a Go Go

    Resto a Go-Go
    Sarah Musgrave

    A comprehensive guide to the best of Montreal's food and drink on a budget, with reviews of 140 restaurants where you can eat for $15 or less, 40 bars where you can soak up the nightlife, and the low-down on local specialties from smoked …

  • Quebec Off the Beaten Path

    Quebec Off the Beaten Path®
    Katharine Fletcher, Eric Fletcher

    Tired of the same old tourist traps?

  • D couvrons Notre Patrimoine

    Découvrons Notre Patrimoine
    Mary Ellen Perkins

    Ce guide peut donc être utile, que l’on circule sur l’autoroute, se promène a la campagne ou flâne dans son propre quartier. Il reste encore tant à découvrir.

  • Foodshed

    dee Hobshawn-Smith

    In this intimate guide to Alberta's sustainable food scene, writer, poet, professional chef, and food advocate Dee Hobsbawn-Smith profiles more than seventy-five of the province's growers and producers.

  • Niagara Flavours

    Niagara Flavours
    Brenda Matthews, Linda Bramble

    This book showcases the cuisine of Niagara and southwestern Ontario. It includes more than 100 recipes and full-colour photographs. Wine expert Linda Bramble provides wine recommendations for dishes featured in the second edition.

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