Epic Canadiana returns with all-new, all-different stories of Canadian superheroes. These comics might remind you of the long lost Canadian superheroes of the golden age, but fear not, dear reader! What Epic Canadiana #2 delivers are over 200 pages of wholly new tales from a new generation of Canadian comics creators, eager to react to the here and now. The contributers include Edison Yan, Colin Upton, painter Eric Johnson, Craig Wilson, D. M. Higgins and many more. Whether you have read Epic Canadiana #1 or not, feel free to dive in to this book. But beware, the mysterious Department None is watching.
This fun, informative celebration of Canada is a combination rhyming alphabet book and compendium of factual information about Canada from "Aurora Borealis" to "Zellers" that uses a blend of poetry, prose, posters, jokes, and quizzes--many with a humorous twist--to educate and inform a diverse readership.
Looking at Montreal's Jewish community during the first half of the twentieth century, Margolis explores the lives and works of activists, writers, scholars, performers, and organizations that fuelled a still-thriving community. She also considers the foundations and development of Yiddish cultural life in Montreal in its interaction with broader issues of diasporic Jewish culture. An illuminating look at the ways in which Yiddish culture was maintained in North America, Jewish Roots, Canadian Soil is the story of how a minority culture was transplanted and transformed.