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Description:Borealis Press publishes writing from new Canadian writers who demonstrate talent and potential for significant growth and established early Canadian writers. Attention is also paid to aboriginal peoples.
Address:8 Mohawk Crescent, Nepean, Ontario, K2H 7G6
Cape Breton University Press
Description:Cape Breton University Press publishes children's literature, poetry, fiction, drama, and books on culture and history.
Address:1250 Grand Lake Road, Sydney, Nova Scotia, B1M 1A2
Contact:Mike R. Hunter
Categories:(Academic) (Canadian) (Children's) (Culture) (Current affairs) (Drama) (Fiction) (First Nations) (General interest) (History) (Journal) (Literary) (Non-Fiction) (Poetry) (Regional interest) (University press)
Description:Fernwood publishes books primarily for the university and the trade markets. A publisher of critical works that address social issues and challenge existing scholarship by drawing the attention of both scholars and the general public. Their main focus is in the social sciences and humanities, with an emphasis on criminology, aboriginal studies, history, labour studies, women’s studies, gender studies, critical theory and research, political economy, cultural studies, and social work.
Address:32 Oceanvista Lane, Black Point, Nova Scotia, B0J 1B0
Description:Kegedonce Press is committed to the development, promotion, and publication of the work of Indigenous writers nationally and internationally.
Address:Cape Croker Reserve, R.R. #5, Wiarton, Ontario N0H 2T0, Canada
Description:Loon Books is the Manitoba-based publisher of the Northern Learning to-Read Series, Misty Lake and Andrea's Fiddle. Specifically designed to teach reading skills to children in Canada, books in the Northern Learning-to-Read series explore Aboriginal and Northern Canadian themes with humour and illustrations that reflect contemporary daily experiences.
Address:Loon Books Publishing, 722 Lipton Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E 2L3, Canada
McClelland & Stewart
Description:M&S takes pride in being the only major trade house in Canada to continue to publish poetry, and is proud of its leading role in dealing with environmental and Native issues, problems in the justice system, Canadian history and other matters of national concern, with books and authors representing every part of Canada.
Address:75 Sherbourne Street, 5th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 2P9
Description:McGilligan Books publishes award-winning books and writers, sharp new fiction and poetry and thought-provoking books on breaking social issues, also hip books by young writers, fascinating new writers of all ages, powerful First Nation writers telling unforgettable stories—a rich multiracial and multicultural book list, with a focus on writing by women.
Address:P.O. Box 16024, 1260 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario M6J 3W2, Canada
Description:Oolichan Books is a literary press, publishing poetry, fiction and non-fiction titles including literary criticism, memoirs, and books on regional history, First Nations and policy issues.
Address:PO Box 10, Lantzville, British Columbia V0R 2H0, Canada
Pemmican Publications Inc.
Description:Pemmican's mandate is to promote Canadian Metis writers, illustrators and a wider spectrum of stories, including history, biography, cultural and linguistic studies, adult fiction, poetry and stories for young and early readers.
Address:150 Henry Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3B 0J7
Description:A small fine-art and literary publishing house, Penumbra has carved its niche with Northern and Native literatures, as well as children's literature, poetry, belles lettres, translations of Scandinavian literature, history, mythology, and art books. In recent years, biographies and memoirs have been added to the ensemble.
Address:PO Box 940, Manotick, Ontario K4M 1A8, Canada
Purich Publishing Ltd.
Description:A Saskatoon, Saskatchewan based publisher specializing in books on Aboriginal, legal, and western Canadian issues, as well as social justice issues.
Address:PO Box 23032, Market Mall Postal Outlet, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7J 5H3, Canada
Description:Theytus Books is an Aboriginal owned and run publisher of Aboriginal literature, children's, history, culture, politics, and educational materials in Penticton, British Columbia.
Address:Green Mountain Rd., Lot 45
RR#2, Site 50, Comp. 8
Penticton, British Columbia, V2A 6J7
Totem Pole Books
Description:Totem Pole Books is Canada's official Native publisher with titles that inform and entertain its readers to strengthen understanding between Native and non-native residents. Their books deal exclusively with news and information relevant to Native communities and lifestyles.
Address: #203 - 980 West 22nd Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V5Z 2A1, Canada
Description:Books to alter the cultural landscape through evolving ideas, both educational and aesthetic
Address:706 Yates Street
PO Box 8874
V8W 3Z1 Canada
Categories:(Academic) (Canadian) (Culture) (Current affairs) (Emerging authors) (Fiction) (First Nations) (Graphics and visual arts) (History) (Literary) (Multicultural) (Non-Fiction) (Outdoor lifestyle) (Regional interest)
University of British Columbia Press
Description:UBC Press is widely acknowledged as one of the foremost publishers of political science, Native studies, and forestry books. Other areas of particular strength are Asian studies, Canadian history, environmental studies, planning, and urban studies.
Address:2029 West Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia, V6T 1Z2
University of Manitoba Press
Description:The University of Manitoba Press publishes innovative and exceptional books for scholars and lovers of quality Canadian non-fiction. They offer readers an extensive list of Native studies, Canadian history, and Canadian literature and culture titles that enhance the understanding of who we are as a people, a community, and a nation.
Address:301 St. John's College, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 2M5