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Whyte Museum releases new art book celebrating their founders!See more

The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies has released a new book exploring the artwork of their founders: Artistry Revealed: Peter Whyte, Catharine Robb Whyte and Their Contemporaries. Focusing on gorgeous full-colour images of Peter and Catharine's artwork, and featuring essays in which Anne Ewen, Lisa Christensen and Monique Westra discuss the couple’s creative talent, accomplishments and legacy, this book celebrates their connection to the mountain landscape and love of the Bow Valley. Now available from Alpine Book Peddlers.
George Mercer's 'Fat Cats' now in stock!See more

Fat Cats is the newest title in George Mercer's Dyed in the Green mystery series - the first fiction series set in Canada's national parks. It is now available to order here.

George Mercer has worked as a national park warden in Canada for over three decades. He applies his field experience to his fun and interesting mystery series that explores the challenges facing our country's special places, and features the people working on the front lines to protect them.

Fat Cats brings Park Warden John Haffcut to B.C.'s Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, where a cougar has stirred up local controversy.
Awards newsSee more

Our hearty congratulations to Billy-Ray Belcourt, whose poetry collection This Wound Is a World (published by Frontenac House) is the Canadian winner for the 2018 Griffin Poetry Prize, and the winner of the 2018 Robert Kroetsch City of Edmonton Book Prize!
New 'Colouring it Forward' title now in stockSee more

Colouring it Forward has released a new addition to their series of colouring books that feature indigenous art and wisdom, this time with a focus on the Cree nation. The new book includes beautiful artwork created by Cree artists Delree Dumont and Sam Bighetty, as well as stories and teachings from Cree Elder John Sinclair.

They are also releasing their 2019 Indigenous Art Calendar at the end of June, which is available for pre-order here. Part of the proceeds from all Colouring it Forward sales go to supporting community projects for indigenous people. For more info, go to www.colouringitforward.com.