This handy book is a compilation of the provincial recreation maps produced by
MapArt. It features full-colour maps covering all of Canada, including inset
maps of 51 major cities. Also provides contact information for campgrounds,
provincial and national parks, conservation areas, ski resorts and golf
1-55198-014-2 $29.95 (Peter Heiler Ltd)
Containing full-colour, detailed maps of more than 100,000 streets, the CD-ROM
is an excellent resource. Providing street level detail for every community in
Canada with a population of 30 000 or more, the CD also indicates points of
interest (with address and telephone information) and contains a full database
of schools, hotels, shopping centres and more.
1-55198-009-6 $49.95 (MapArt Publishing)
Topographic Maps on CD-ROM
QVNONTW $189.95 (Quo Vadis)
This CD completes the coverage of Ontario, with over 200 Federal topographic
New Brunswick and Prince Edward
QVNNB $119.95 (Quo Vadis)
Contains 117 Federal topographic maps, at 1:50 000 and 1:250 000 scale
Maps may be viewed using the built-in viewer, or viewed in conjunction with a
moving map software.
Designed to help nature enthusiasts create a garden that welcomes butterflies,
birds, chipmunks, and more. Colour photographs, interesting sidebars, and
chapters divided by animal type make this book both comprehensive and
informative. Written by Bill Merilees.
1-55110-954-9 $19.95 (Whitecap Books)
Amplifies charted details and provide important information of interest to
navigation which may not be found on charts or other marine publications
CEN 305E $19.95 (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
The Marine Environmental Handbook - Arctic Northwest Passage is intended
to provide information to Masters and others interested in the Arctic
environment and conditions in the coverage area.
P875E $50.00 (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
Nautical Charts: New Editions
2244 Alexander Passage to Beaverstone Bay
2284 Parry Sound and Approaches
$20.00 each (Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
From records, diaries, letters, and charts of the period, the author has pieced
together the lives of five people who knew the French colonial town at its
peak. In Louisbourg Portraits, they are all brought to life once again -
after two hundred and fifty years. Written by Christopher Moore.
0-7710-6091-2 $19.99 (McClelland & Stewart)
A collection of essays intended to introduce the reader to new areas of debate
and new methodologies in Ontario history. Contributors address the paradoxical
relationship between provincial and national history. The articles range widely
over the political, economic, and social history of the province, encompassing
both traditional and newly emerging topics. Edited by Edgar-André
Montigny and Lori Chambers.
0-8020-8234-3 $29.95 (University of Toronto Press)