Inventing Canada: One Hundred Years of Innovation
|Who invented...the game of hockey, Trivial Pursuit, basketball, the
snowmobile, the pacemaker, the V-chip, kerosene, fibre optics, insulin,
Standard Time, Java software, canola, the cobalt bomb, and the internal
implantable human heart?
Canadians, of course!
In this book by inventor Roy Mayer, these inventions and their inventors are profiled, proving once and for all that Canadians are amazingly innovative.
Includes 25 b&w photographs.
Written by Roy Mayer. Published by Raincoast Books, 1997.
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