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Bridging the Strait: The Story of The Confederation Bridge Project

by Copthorne Macdonald Dundurn (September 01, 1997)

Bridging the Strait describes the arduous trips taken by ice boats, ferries, steamers and ice breakers which have been the link to PEI.


DNA and Family History: How Genetic Testing Can Advance Your Genealogical Research

by Chris Pomery & Steve Jones Dundurn (October 01, 2004)

In the wake of highly-publicized scientific breakthroughs using genetics to confirm family connections, genealogists saw potential for their own research. Many are finding that comparing the DNA signatures of...


Ebb and Flow: Tides and Life on Our Once and Future Planet

by Tom Koppel Dundurn (September 30, 2007)

Drawing on history, science, and personal memories, Koppel demonstrates the complexity of tides and how they affect all our lives.


Solving the riddle of cancer: new genetic approaches to treatment

by Amil Shah Dundurn (May 01, 1994)

The road to this new understanding of how a cell works and what makes it malignant has not always been easy, but the great achievements are undeniable. With today's cell biology comes the promise of a totally...


Canadian Failures

by Alex Benay Dundurn (October 21, 2017)

Successful Canadians write about failure, and how it got them where they are today.

What does it mean to fail? To some of the most successful Canadians, it was a rite of passage, a stepping stone to greater things,...


Real Quanta

by Martijn van Calmthout Dundurn (January 06, 2018)

Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr walk into the famous Hotel Métropole and sit down at the author’s table to discuss the state of quantum mechanics today.

Quantum mechanics seems to be just about as weird as...


Of Rocks, Mountains and Jasper

by Chris Yorath & Ben Gadd Dundurn (November 28, 2016)

A resource for understanding the regions geology and seeing the evidence of important processes typical of the unique geological system in Jasper National Park.


Nothing On But the Radio: A Look Back at Radio in Canada and How It Changed the World

by Gil Murray Dundurn (September 01, 2003)

When radio made its debut in the early twentieth century, it brought people together as no other communication medium had ever done.


Roy Thomson Hall: A Portrait

by William Littler & John Terauds Dundurn (May 27, 2013)

Roy Thomson Hall commemorates its 30th anniversary with this lavishly illustrated book tracing its history from Arthur Erickson's iconic design, to the artists, audiences, volunteers, and staff who have enriched...


David Thompson

by Tom Shardlow Dundurn (January 01, 2006)

Using only the stars and his sextant, explorer David Thompson set out on a 34-year journey that would culminate in one of historys greatest mapping achievements.


Legal & Financial Aspects of Architectural Conservation: The Smolenice Castle Conference Central Europe

by Marc Denhez & Stephen Dennis Dundurn (July 01, 1997)

In this international study, 18 experts from 10 countries describe the legal challenges and solutions related to heritage property.


Mysteries and Secrets of Time

by Lionel and Patricia Fanthorpe Dundurn (May 30, 2007)

Is time infinite, or does it have a beginning and an end? This fascinating explores the mysteries of time and proposes a theory that suggests an awesome answer.


Churches of Nova Scotia

by Robert Tuck & Graham Tuck Dundurn (October 01, 2003)

Both text and photographs tell the story of more than 30 churches from all parts of the province and a variety of denominations and eras.


The New Urban Agenda: The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area

by Bill Freeman & Christopher Hume Dundurn (June 06, 2015)

Equal parts history, social science, and call to action, The New Urban Agenda focuses on fixing the major issues facing the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). Award-winning author Bill Freeman shows how...


Historic Unionville: A Village in the City

by George Duncan Dundurn (September 26, 2015)

Step into the picturesque village of Unionville, a small town of vintage shops and neighbourhoods that look as though they had tumbled out the past. Historic Unionville introduces readers to the history of this...


Breakthrough!: Canada's Greatest Inventions and Innovations

by John Melady Dundurn (May 20, 2013)

Canada's greatest medical breakthrough might well be insulin, but the telephone, the light bulb, the jetliner, the BlackBerry, and basketball also had Canadians behind them. Author John Melady showcases the...


George Mercer Dawson

by William Chalmers Dundurn (January 01, 2000)

As a geological surveyor, Dawson was responsible for mapping the 49th parallel, vast tracts of British Columbias Interior, and many rivers in the Yukon.


Unbuilt Calgary: A History of the City That Might Have Been

by Stephanie White Dundurn (October 15, 2012)

Unbuilt Calgary is a survey of projects proposed but not built that were situated at critical times in Calgary's development; projects that indicate the city's ambitions through its first 100 years. It looks...


Tomes of Terror: Haunted Bookstores and Libraries

by Mark Leslie Dundurn (September 10, 2014)

It's been said that books have a life of their own, but there's more than literature lurking in the cobwebbed recesses of dusty bookstores and libraries across Canada. Read about some of the most celebrated...


Unbuilt Hamilton

by Mark Osbaldeston Dundurn (September 10, 2016)

With 150 archival plans, photographs, and illustrations, Mark Osbaldeston explores 200 years of significant but unrealized building, planning, and transit schemes in Hamilton. Learn about the escarpment amphitheatre,...


Canadians in Space

by John Melady Dundurn (August 24, 2009)

In 1984, Marc Garneau became Canadas first astronaut and a national hero. Since then, seven of his fellow citizens have followed in his footsteps, many more than once. This book was written as a twenty-fifth...