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21 ALCOCK, F.J. Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. 74, No. 3 JENNESS, Diamond BRUEMMER, Fred Scow Brigade on the Athabaska. An article in Canadian Geographical Journal,Vol. 74, No. 3, March, 1967
Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa, 1967, 
ALCOCK, F.J. "Scow Brigade on the Athabaska." An article in Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. LXXIV, No. 3, March, 1967, pp 92-99. Ottawa : Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1967. Pp [i]-iv,(1),76-108,v-xii,(2) includingcovers. Illustrated. Maps. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled w rappers. Also includes Brenda Lee-Whiting's “The Opeongo Road – An Early Colonization Scheme” (pp 76-83); Fred Bruemmer's “Samson Koeenagnak : Am Eskimo of the Barren Land” (pp 84-91); Diamond Jenness's “The Ascent of Mount Madawana, Goodenough Island” (pp 100-108). Cover photo of a mill on the banks of the Bonnechere River at Renfrew, Ontario. Rubbed, else very good. For the issue 18.00

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22 ALEICHEM, Sholom) Melech Grafstein's Sholom Aleichem Panorama
Jewish Observer, 1948, 
(ALEICHEM, Sholom). Melech Grafstein's Sholom Aleichem Panorama. (London, Ontario) : The Jewish Observer, (1948). Pp 415. Illustrated. Folio, green cloth, gilt design and lettering to front board and spine. Gift inscription, else vg. 100.00

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23 ALEXANDER, W.J. Study of Literature : Inaugural Address Delivered at the Convocation of Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., Oct. 28th, 1884.
Nova Scotia Printing Company, Halifax, 1884, 
ALEXANDER, W.J. The Study of Literature : Inaugural Address Delivered at the Convocation of Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., Oct. 28th, 1884. Halifax : Printed at the Office of the Nova Scotia Printing Company, n.d. [1884]. Pp [1]-22,(2). 8vo, pale green printed stitched card covers. Watters p.600. Alexander was Munro Professor of English Language and Literature at Dalhousie University, and Sometime Fellow of the Johns Hopkins University. William John Alexander (1855-1944) was born in Hamilton, Ontario, taught at Prince of Wales College, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, in 1878-79, then left for Johns Hopkins University, and later took the position of Professor of English at Dalhousie University in Halifax, where he taught from 1884to 1889. In 1889, he took the new chair of English at University College, University of Toronto. In 1889, he used his inaugural lecture to define "the study of literature as a work of interpretation" and recognized "the great truth that the production of emotion is the object of the highest forms of literature." Tear to foot of spine and fore-edge, else very good. 125.00

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24 ALEXANDER, William John WALLACE, Malcolm W. WOODHOUSE, A.S.P. In Memoriam William John Alexander (1856-1944), Professor and Head of the Department of English 1889-1926.
University of Toronto Quarterly, Toronto , 1944, 
(ALEXANDER, William John). In Memoriam William John Alexander (1856-1944), Professor and Head of the Department of English 1889-1926. I. Memoir [by] Malcolm W. Wallace. II. Critic and Teacher [by] A.S.P. Woodhouse. Reprinted from the University of Toronto Quarterly, Vol. XIV, No. 1, October, 1944. Pp (2),1-33,(1),+ portrait frontis. 8vo, grey stapled card covers. Spine andedges browned, else very good. 10.00

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25 ALEXIS, André Childhood. FirstEdition, signed by author
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1998, ISBN:0771006659 
ALEXIS, André. Childhood. (Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1998). First Printing. Pp. (12),3-265,(5). 8vo, photo-illustrated beige and black card covers, with French flaps. Winner of the Chapters First Novel Award and the Trillium Prize. "Childhood is André's Alexei's beeatifully ceafted début novel. It is a story about love, about memory - and forgiveness -about the persistence, the potency of the past. Set in a Southern Ontario town close tothe U.S. border in the '50s and '60s, and in Ottawa in the years that foll ow, the story is narrated by Thomas MacMillan. Through his clear-eyed vision and his unsentimental ordering of events, we meet a cast of brilliantly drawn characters. Among them are: Edna MacMillan, Thomas's volatile, unpredictable Trinidadian grandmother; and Katarina, the mother, who left him at birth, and ten years later, in the company of the sinister Mr. Mataf, swoopshim up and takes him from Petrolia. Soon after, we meet the unforgettable Henry Wing, a Black man with Chinese blood, a gentle conjuror who lives in faded Victorian splendour, and whose life work as a self-sttyled scientist is collecting esoteric facts of the natural world." - from front flap. Verygood. Signed, without inscription, by the author on title page. 30.00

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26 ALLEN, Glen. PACHAI, Bridglal RUSHDIE, Salman Smouldering race issue : Nova Scotia blacks seek school reform. An article on Bridglal Pachai in Maclean's : Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, Vol. 102, No. 9, February 27, 1989
Maclean's, Willowdale, Ontario , 1989, 
ALLEN, Glen. “A smouldering race issue : Nova Scotia blacks seek school reform.” An article on Bridglal Pachai in Maclean's : Canada's Weekly Newsmagazine, Vol. 102, No. 9, February 27, 1989, p. 14. (Willowdale, Ontario : Maclean's, 1989). Pp [1]-56. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated stapled wrappers. Also, “Under the Gun : New Brunswick and Manitoba face increasing pressures to support the Meech lake Accord” (pp 10-12); “The 'Satanic' Furor” [cover story on Salman Rushdie] (pp 16-24); and more. Dr. Bridglal Pachai was born in rural South Africa, grew up under apartheid, and came to Canada in 1975 on a Senior Killam Fellowship as a professor in the history department of Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. He later became executivedirector of the Black Cultural Centre and director of the Nova Scotia Huma n Rights Association. Very good. For the whole issue 15.00

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27 ALLEN, Jan, Ihor HOLUBIZKY, and Caroline Seck LANGILL Machine Life : Lois Andison, Doug Back, Peter Flemming, Simone Jones and Lance Winn, Jeff Mann, David Rokeby, Norman White.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre / The Koffler Gallery, Kingston / Toronto, 2004, ISBN:088911918X 
ALLEN, Jan, Ihor HOLUBIZKY, and Caroline Seck LANGILL. Machine Life : Lois Andison, Doug Back, Peter Flemming, Simone Jones and Lance Winn, Jeff Mann,David Rokeby, Norman White. Kingston : Agnes Etherington Art Centre / Toro nto : The Koffler Gallery, (2004). Pp [1]-63,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, French flaps. This publication is produced in conjunction with the exhibition Machine Life at Agnes Etherington Art Centre, February - 18 April 2004, and Norm's Robots at the Koffler Gallery, 13 May - 27 June 2004. “Machine Life explores artists' use of robotics through the work of Norman White and the circle of artists he has taught and influenced through the past quarter century. This project examines the aesthetics of interactivity and traces the strategies of the current generation of electronic artists by highlighting the remarkably fruitful set of working methods,attitudes, and ethical positions that constitute the core of Norman White' s legacy and influence. Works by White, Lois Andison, Doug Back, Peter Hemming, Simone Jones and Lance Winn, Jeff Mann, and David Rckeby stage the complex interface between human and machine-based systems.” - from the back cover. Warped, else very good. 20.00

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28 ALLEN, Rebecca, (ed.) TRIGGS, John R. Historical Archaeology : Journal of the Socety for Historical Archaeology,Volume 39, Number 2
Societ for Historical Archaeology, 2005, 
ALLEN, Rebecca, (ed.). Historical Archaeology : Journal of the Socety for Historical Archaeology, Volume 39, Number 2. : Society for Historical Archaeology, 2005. Pp (4),1-154,(2). Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo,illustrated white card covers, lettered in black. Of nautical interest : S ocial Flux at the Naval Establishment at Penetanguishene, Lake Huron, 1817–1834 (by John R. Triggs, pp 105-135). Abstract : "Factors influencing the spatial arrangement of buildings at the Royal Navy establishment at Penetanguishene on Lake Huron are discussed. Excavation at the naval hospital at this site provides new insight into the residential movements of the various social groups at the base. Analysis of stratigraphy and artifacts recoveredfrom the hospital suggests that the assistant naval surgeon and his wife, military officers, and aboriginal people resided in the structure at various times over a 17-year period. Contemporary attitudes toward social and economic status, service rank/rating, and aboriginal people are explored within the context of the archaeological and documentary evidence to explain changes in residential patterning through time." Contents : Health and Diseasein Nineteenth-Century San Francisco: Skeletal Evidence from a Forgotten Ce metery (by Michele R. Buzon, Phillip L. Walker, Francine Drayer Verhjagen, and Susan L. Kerr); Regulars and “Irregulars”: British and Provincial Variability among Eighteenth-Century Military Frontiers (by Andrew Farry); Eighteenth-Century Redware Folk Terms and Vessel Forms: A Survey of Utilitarian Wares from Southeastern Pennsylvania (by Patricia E. Gbible); Excavating the Dugout House of Norwegian Immigrant Anna Byberg Christopherson Goulson, Swift County, Minnesota (by Donald W. LInebaugh); Back to the Bowl: Using English Tobacco Pipebowls to Calculate Mean Site-Occupation Dates (by Seth Mallios); Social Flux at the Naval Establishment at Penetanguishene, Lake Huron, 1817–1834 (by John R. Triggs, pp 105-135). Very good. 15.00

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29 ALLEN, Webster V. Compute-R-Age. First Printing
Royal Ontario Museum / University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1968, ISBN:0802005578 
ALLEN, Webster V. Compute-R-Age. Illustrated by Webster V. Allen. MDI Publications, Management Development Institute, Inc., (1968). First Printing. Pp (80). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated orange card covers, lettered inwhite and black, with a blank spine. "Just after the first Great War, Mars hal Foch was asked the secret of success. He is reported to have thought for a minute befeore saying, "Take the difference between the old rough-riding hard rubber tire and the pneumatic tire—all we needed to achieve a great improvement was a little hot air." A light-hearted look ai ourselves is otten as revealing as an in-depth study -- and certainly a lot more fun. This book is dedicated to all those devoted men and women who are driven by professional pride of accomplishment, as well as by a touch of frustration, andenslaved by the computer. We hope this "cool" breeze of humor will be the pause that recharges." (prefatory note by Otto Mation). Very good. 16.00

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Canadian Watercolours and Drawings in the Royal Ontario Museum. 2 vols in slipcase , ALLODI, Mary
30 ALLODI, Mary Canadian Watercolours and Drawings in the Royal Ontario Museum. 2 vols in slipcase
ALLODI, Mary. Canadian Watercolours and Drawings in the Royal Ontario Museum. [In Two Volumes]. Tor.: Royal Ontario Museum, (1974). Pp 292; 260. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, brown cloth in matching slipcase. Vg-fine in slipcase. 80.00

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31 ALLODI, Mary Printmaking in Canada. 2nd pr.
Royal Ontario Museum, 1980, ISBN:0888542607 
ALLODI, Mary. Printmaking in Canada: The Earliest Views and Portraits / Lesdébuts de l'estampe imprimée au Canada: vues et portraits. Tor. : Royal On tario Museum, (1980). Second Printing. Pp (8),ixxxviii,(1),2-244. Illustrated. 4to, pink card covers with spine sunned to grey. Spine sunned, light spotting to initial and final leaves, else very good. 20.00

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32 ALSON, Sandra, (ed.) MacKENZIE, William Ord BLACKSTOCK, Cicely , (ed.) Another World : William Ord Mackenzie’s Sojourn in the Canadas, 1839 - 1843
ALSON, Sandra and Cicely BLACKSTOCK, (eds.). ‘Another World’ : William Ord Mackenzie’s Sojourn in the Canadas, 1839 - 1843. Toronto : The Champlain Society, 2015. Pp (14),[xv]-lvi,(13),14-645,(9). Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine, blind-stamped Champlain Society sealon front board. "William Ord Mackenzie, a recently graduated British army surgeon, describes for his friends and family back home his life in his first posting to ‘another world’: the Canadas, in the period just after the Rebellions. Opinionated, frank, sometimes arrogant and prejudiced, but alwayscurious, Mackenzie details for his readers the social and political affair s of the colonies over five years. He serves in the major cities ? Toronto,Kingston, Montreal and Quebec? and witnesses cultural events, social affai rs, sports, and theatrical performances. He is also posted to smaller garrisons ? Rivière-du-Loup, Chambly and the frontier post of Fort Ingall near the American border, and writes, sometimes despairingly, about their conditions. As a well-connected Scot, Mackenzie has entrée into the highest society of the colony, dining with lieutenant-governors, prominent businessmen, writers and politicians, but he also finds himself in the homes of ordinary Canadians in rural settings, enjoying the dances, weddings, sleighing and snowshoeing that helped to alleviate the boredom of service in a peacetime army. Politics, food, natural history, geography, the weather, local gossip and pretty girls all form part of his journals, as does a detailed account of his reading, in newspapers, journals and books. Illustrated with pen-and-ink drawings and detailed maps and sketches of cities and army posts, thislittle-known journal makes a remarkable contribution to our understanding of a young country ? Canada in embryo following a time of grave troubles. It explores a place slowly and painfully healing from the conflict and divisions brought by rebellion but preparing to take the first shaky and uncertain steps towards a truly united nation. Contents : Ilustrations and Maps; Preface and Acknowledgments; Introduction; Textual Note; Journals; [Journal,Volume I]; Description of a Sojourn in Another World, Volume II, Toronto, U.C. 1839; Journal of a Sojourn in Another World! Volume III, Rivière-du-Loup, 1840; Journal of a Scribbler in Another World, Volume IV, Quebec, 1841;Journal of an Officer in Canada, Volume V, Chambly, C.-E., 1843; Appendix: William Ord Mackenzie's Reading; Selected Bibliography. ADDITIONAL SHIPPIN G CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 50.00

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33 ALSTON, Sandra and Patricia FLEMING Toronto in Print : A Celebration of 300 Years of the Printing Press in Toronto 1798-1998. An exhibition held at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, 2 August - 2 October, 1998
University of Toronto, Toronto, 1998, 
ALSTON, Sandra and Patricia FLEMING. Toronto in Print :A Celebration of 300Years of the Printing Press in Toronto 1798-1998. An exhibition held at th e Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, 2 August - 2 October, 1998. (Toronto : University of Toronto, 1998). Pp 112. Illustrated in colour. 8vo, beige card covers. Vg. 15.00

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34 ALTHOUSE, J.G. Quance Lectures in Canadian Education. Structure and Aims of Canadian Education. First Edition.
W.J. Gage and Company Limited, Toronto, 1950, 
ALTHOUSE, J.G. Structure and Aims of Canadian Education. Toronto: W.J. Gageand Co., Ltd., n.d. [1950]. First Printing. Pp. (6),5-77,(1). 8vo. blue cl oth with gilt lettering to front board and spine.. Rhodenizer p 202. The Quance Lectures in Canadian Education for 1949. First in the series. Forewordby W.P. Thompson. Althouse was Chief Director of the Ontario Department of Education at the time of publication. Contents; 1. The Administrative Stru cture of Canadian Education; 2. The Dominant Philosophy of Canadian Education. Name inked to flyleaf, else very good. 15.00

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35 ALYLUIA, Jeanne, Pierre R. BEAUDET, and Jane E. HARRIS BEAUDET, Pierre R. HARRIS, Jane E. History and Archaeology, number 45 Eighteenth-Century Container Glass from the Roma Site, Prince Edward Island[and] Bottle Glass from a Privy at Fort George Military Reserve, Ontario [ and] Glassware Excavated from Fort Anne, Nova Scotia
National Parks and Historic Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, Hull, 1981, ISBN:0660107341 
ALYLUIA, Jeanne, Pierre R. BEAUDET, and Jane E. HARRIS. Eighteenth-Century Container Glass from the Roma Site, Prince Edward Island [and] Bottle Glassfrom a Privy at Fort George Military Reserve, Ontario [and] Glassware Exca vated from Fort Anne, Nova Scotia. (Hull, Quebec): National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada, 1981. Pp. (2),[3]-206,(2). Illustrated in black and white. 4to, brown card covers with orange lettering to front and spine. History and Archaeology, number 45. Alyluia's "Eighteenth-Century Container Glass" (pp. 3-82): "The 18th-century container glass from the Roma site has been divided into three main categories: [...] 1. utilitarian blue-green containers of the wood-burning tradition, 2. darkgreen liquor bottles of the French coal-burning tradition and 3. 'black' g lass liquor bottles of the English coal-burning tradition." - from the abstract. Beaudet's "Bottle Glass from a Privy" (pp. 83-122): "Sixty significant bottle glass artifacts were excavated from the large privy constructed in1835 at the rear of the commandant's quarters at Fort George Military Rese rve. They included numerous types of liquor bottles, egg-shaped soft drink bottles, oil and sauce containers, medicine vials and panelled rectangular bottles." - from the abstract. Harris's "Glassware Excavated from Fort Anne" (pp. 123-203): "The archaeological work at Fort Anne, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, from 1962 to 1969 returned approximately 300 identifiable fragments of glassware. These fragments were mainly liquor bottles, but also included food storage bottles, medicine bottles and tableware dating from the late 17th to the early 20th century." - from the abstract. Covers rubbed, spine creasing, else good. 50.00

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36 American Iron and Steel Institute) Handbook of Steel Drainage & Highway Construction Products. Fourth Printingof Second Canadian Edition
Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute / American Iron and Steel Institute, Cambridge, Ontario / Washington, DC, 2010, 
(American Iron and Steel Institute). Handbook of Steel Drainage & Highway Construction Products. Cambridge, Ontario : Corrugated Steel Pipe Institute / Washington, DC : American Iron and Steel Institute, December 2010. FourthPrinting of Second Canadian Edition. Pp(2),[i]-viii,1-470. Illustrated. In dex. 8vo, illustrated green paper covered boards (hardcover), lettered in green, white and orange. Chapters : 1. Applications. 2. Product Details & Fabrication. 3. Hydrology. 4. Hydraulics. 5. Culvert Location. 6. Structural Design. 7. Installation and ConstructionProcedures. 8. Durability. 9. ValueEngineering and Least Cost Analysis. 10. Inspection, Maintenance and Rehab iltation. 11. Tunnel Liner Plate. 12. Guiderails. 13. Retaining Walls. 14. Sheet Steel Piling. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERSOUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. With Water Management Solutio ns Plus booklet and DVD laid in. 50.00

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37 American Neptune URICK, William J. COLETTA, Paolo E. BROWNLEE, Edward G. American Neptune : A Quarterly Journal of Maritime History and Arts, Volume56, No. 3, Summer 1996
Peabody Museum of Salem and Essex Institute, Salem, MA , 1996, 
(American Neptune). The American Neptune : A Quarterly Journal of Maritime History and Arts, Volume 56, No. 3, Summer 1996. Salem, MA : Peabody Essex Museum, 1996. Pp (3),190-309,(1). Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Contents : A Tugman's Story: Life and times of B. B. Inman (by Al Miller); The United States Navy Boarding Rattle: A Unique Itemof Nineteenth Century US Naval Ordnance (by William J. Urick III, pp 215-2 27); William A. Moffett and His "Disastrous Dirigibles" (bv Paolo E. Coletta, pp 227-234); A Home on the Sublime: Trans-Oceanic Perspectives (by Theodore I. Erski, pp 235-244); How We Built Ships on Cooper's Point Before WWII: A Tribute to George R. Taylor, Shipbuilder (bv Edward G. Brownlee); Museum Focus: Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston, Archival and LibraryCollections (pp 269-275); plus news and book reviews. Very good. 10.00

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38 AMIEL, Barbara MONK, Lorraine Celebrate Our City : Toronto : 150th Anniversary First Edition
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1983, ISBN:0771060858 
AMIEL, Barbara and Lorraine MONK. Toronto Celebrate Our City : Toronto : 150th Anniversary. With an historical introduction by Mike Filey. (Toronto) :McClelland and Stewart, (1983). Pp (7),8-160. Illustrated with bouth colou r and b&w photos. Large 8vo, photo-illustrated cardcovers. "This is a jointproject of The Toronto Sun, Citytv, and McClelland and Stewart Limited." S padoni & Donnelly 3412. "This book is a Celebration! Torontonians were invited to produce their own book for the city's 150th Anniversary. They responded en masse - some 20,000 entries - with photographs and short literary pieces from which 300 were selected. The result, as Barbara Amiel says in herintroduction, is 'a collection of speical moments ... that make up the mul ti-hued, extraordinary mosaic of a city that once knew itself as "Hogtown" but now reaches to the skies.'" - from rear cover. Very good. 12.50

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39 ANDERSON, Ellen Judging Bertha Wilson : Law as Large as Life. in dj
University of Toronto Press, 2001, ISBN:0802036481 
ANDERSON, Ellen. Judging Bertha Wilson : Law as Large as Life. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (2001). Pp. 472 with [32] pp. of black & white photographs. 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. "Madame Justice Bertha Wilson, the first woman appointed to the Supreme Court of Canada, is an enormously influential and controversial figure in Canadian legal and political history. This engaging authorized, intellectual biography draws on interviews with Madame Justice Wilson and her husband John, as well as with her friends, relatives and colleagues, conducted under the auspices of the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History."--from the dj. " Asa book about the first woman to be appointed to the Ontario Court of Appea l and to the Supreme Court of Canada, this biography of Bertha Wilson will have an inherent interest to many readers. Its importance also derives in large measure from the fact that she joined the Supreme Court at that critical moment when the Charter was entrenched and, as Ellen Anderson demonstrates, she played a large role in setting the course for Charter interpretation. " - the foreword. Vg in dj. 30.00

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40 ANDREW, Caroline and Sanda RODGERS, eds. RODGERS, Sanda, ed. Women and the Canadian State / Les femmes et l'Etat canadien. First Edition, hardcover.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1997, ISBN:0773514236 
ANDREW, Caroline and Sanda RODGERS, eds. Women and the Canadian State / Lesfemmes et l'État canadien . Edited by Caroline Andrew and Sanda Rodgers. M ontreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, (1997). First Edition. Pp. (4),[v]-xxvii,(1),[1]-364. 8vo, red cloth with black lettering to front and spine. Contents: 1. Lorenne M.G. Clark's "Reminiscences and Reflections on the Twentieth Anniversary of the Commission's Report"; 2. Monique Begin's "The Canadian Government and the Commission's Report"; 3. Freda L. Paltiel's "State Initiatives: Impetus and Effects"; 4. Catherine Frazee's "Do State Initiatives Make a Difference?"; 5. Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafrond's "Patriarchy and Paternalism: The Legacy of the Canadian State for First Nations Women"; 6. Wendy Moss's "The Canadian State and Indian Women: The Struggle for Sex Equality Under the Indian Act"; 7. Teressa Anne Nahanee's "IndianWomen, Sex Equality, and the Charter"; 8. Mary Jane Mossman's "Families an d Family Law": 9. Carol Smart's "Feminist Interventions and State Policy"; 10. Nancy Sullivan's "Pay Equity in Manitoba"; 11. Pat Armstrong's "Pay Equity: Not Just a Matter of Money"; 12. Marie Murphy's "Pay Equity in Quebec"; 13. Diane Lamoureux's "Les services féministes - de l'antiétatisme à l'intégration subsidiaire"; 14. Jane Ursel's "Considering the Impact of the Battered Women's Movement on the State: The Example of Manitoba"; 15. Martha Flaherty's "Inuit Women and Violence"; 16. Florence Bird's "Reminiscences ofthe Commission Chair"; 17. Maureen O'Neil and Sharon Sutherland's "The Mac hinery of Women's Policy: Implementing the RCSW"; 18. Naomi Alboim's "Institutional Structure as Change Agent: An Analysis of the Ontario Women's Directorate"; 19. Marie Lavigne's "Structures institutionnelles en condition féminine - le cas du Conseil du statut de la femme du Québec"; 20. Nitya Iyer's "Disappearing Women: Racial-Minority Women in Human Rights Cases"; 21. Joanne St. Lewis's "The Entire Woman: Immigrant and Visible-Minority Women";22. Maria de Koninck's "Les femmes et l'État - questions de santé reproduc tive"; 23. Dyane Adam's "L'État et les groupes de femmes: un partenariat pour le meilleur ... our pour le pire?"; 24. Jane Jenson's "Competing Representations: The Politics of Abortion in Canada"; 25. Claire Bonenfant's "Les femmes et l'État canadien". "Canadians Can No Longer Expect As Much From Their Governments. Rights formerly guaranteed by our 'welfare state' are disappearing. Social spending has been cut drastically in an attempt to combat recession, globalization and restructuring, and the deficit.The decline of the welfare state poses special risks for women. The policies, benefits, and services of the welfare state are directly linked to women's basic freedoms. The welfare state employs women to deliver services such as childcare, home-help, nursing, and social work. In turn, these services have meant that women can enter the paid labour force, provide for dependants, and leave abusive relationships. Access to political resources have helped women to form solidarities, alliances, and organizations. In Women and the Canadian Welfare State, scholars from environmental studies, law, social work, sociology, and economics explore the changing relationship between women and the welfare state. They examine the transformation of the welfare state and itsimplications for women; key issues in welfare state debates such as social rights, family and dependency, and gender-neutral programs and inequality; women's work and the state; and the role of women as agents of change.Wome n and the Canadian Welfare State explains not only how women are affected by changes in policy and programming, but how they can take an active role in shaping these changes. It bridges an important gap for scholars and students who are interested in gender, public policy, and the welfare state." Very good. 40.00

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