Literature Canadian Literature Prose, poetry, and drama by Canadian authors. DRAMAS HISTORICAL REPRINTS FICTION NON-FICTION POETRY CLICK TO UNBLOCK MATURE CONTENT Arcane Tales from the Wild West of CanadaBride of SasquatchClassic French-Canadian Folktales: Volume IClassic French-Canadian Folktales: Volume IA story of two prairie families fighting their way through the Saskatchewan dust bowl.It is said that the night is darkest just before the dawn. After the stock market crash of 1929, the Lovdahl and Arnason families were plunged into a dark night that lasted nearly a decade. Reeling from years of drought and depression, they drew on their pioneering spirit and made their way through the times, Determined to make it through to the dawn.Flight of the MayflowerIn the summer of 1937, cousins Chug Carlson and Orville Solberg left the drought and desperation of their families' Saskatchewan farms behind and rode their bicycles west. While their destination was the Calgary Stampede, what would become a summer on the road would change their lives forever... in ways they could never have imagined.Indian Tales of the Canadian PrairiesIndian Tales of the Canadian PrairiesLegends of the Nahanni ValleyLegends of the Nahanni ValleyMysteries of Canada: Volume IMysteries of Canada: Volume IMysteries of Canada: Volume IIMysteries of Canada: Volume IIQueen Scotia and the Egyptian Connection to Oak IslandIn April of 1917, brothers Edwin and Edison Greenhow of Balcarres fell on Vimy Ridge. War events unfold through the eyes of their younger brother, Charlie. Too young to join the battle himself, he is forced to watch from the sidelines of his small hometown in Saskatchewan.The Chief Factor's DaughterThe Chief Factor's DaughterThe Oak Island EncyclopediaThe Oak Island EncyclopediaTrappingsTrappingsTwo Journals of Robert CampbellTwo Journals of Robert Campbell Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.