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A Journey of Faith: A History of Saint Anthony of Padua Church, 1913-2013

A Journey of Faith commemorates the one-hundred year history of Ottawa's St Anthony of Padua Church. It is a legacy and a living testimony for future generations of Italian Canadians.

Almond Wine and Fertility - by Licia Canton

The stories by Licia Canton are imbued with sensitivity and optimism, peopled by characters struggling to accept themselves as they attempt to negotiate between languages and cultures, between people and places, between the modern and the traditional.

At the Vanguard of Cardiology: A Biography of Dr Osman Gialloreto - by Helene Andree Bizier

His professional rigour, his medical knowledge and above all his concern for the patient, compelled Dr Gialloreto to examine not just the body, but the whole patient, including his environment.

 
Chronicles of an Ottawa Chestnut Lover - by Luciano Pradal

This is a book of acquaintances and encounters, rich in anecdotes that are serious and amusing, whimsical and captivating – sharing a deep sense of humanity.

City of Sinners - by D.C. Iannuzzi

In this highly charged novel, D.C. Iannuzzi takes readers on a wild ride, as authorities attempt to thwart a bomb threat instigated by an anonymous terrorist group dead-set against the Quebec government’s repressive anti-English language laws.

Conspicuous Accents: Accenti Magazine's Finest Stories of the First 10 Years - edited by Licia Canton

This collection, comprised of the work of 35 authors, gathers in book form the best short stories published in Accenti Magazine since 2003 – a must-have volume for anyone who loves to read short fiction!

 
Fallen Heroes, Forgotten Victims: Supino, 1944

When all seemed to have come back to normal, the unthinkable happened. It was the beginning of June 1944. The war in Italy was drawing to a close, but something went terribly wrong.

Fast Forward and Other Stories - by Delia De Santis

The stories by Delia De Santis, so simply written yet so intricate and complex with feelings, are like drawing a curtain to look in upon a scene filled with latent turbulence.

Fiorina: A Woman in the Wind - by Pietro Vitelli

“We are only what we remember to be.” Within these words, which the protagonist Fiorina addresses to her interviewer-inquisitor-interlocutor – the narrator-author – towards the end of the novel, is enclosed the deep meaning of Pietro Vitelli’s fictional account. But very little else in the work’s structure is rendered so linearly.

 
From Friuli: Poems - by Rina Del Nin Cralli

The poems in this volume are written in Friulan, a language which has natural poetic qualities of texture and rhyme. Friulan is a minority language in Friuli, Italy, and in Canada. This unique collection of poems will stimulate interest in the beauty of this language.

 

 

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