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Writing on Stone Press

Action, Accommodation Accountability: Rules of Order for Canadian Organizations

Action, Accommodation Accountability: Rules of Order for Canadian Organizations
by Tom Urbaniak
$22.95

With real-life examples and anecdotes, Action, Accommodation, Accountability is easy to read and easy to apply. Based on Canadian practices and traditions, these procedures are designed for modern, diverse organizations. Whether you are in the non-profit sector, business, or government, this is your guide to lively, respectful deliberations and productive meetings. More ...

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Alternative Resumes: Definitely NOT Your Parentsí Resume Book!

Alternative Resumes: Definitely NOT Your Parentsí Resume Book!
by Michael Howard
$21.95

"I was amazed at how many calls I got after I handed out my resume. It was great! My resume was different & fun, yet functional."
Becky Zeeman

Alternative Resumes contains 140 targeted, compelling resumes especially designed for teens, twenty-somethings and the sectors where they work. Available just in time for the summer job search, these individualized, straight-talk resumes frame young job seekers' talents, aptitudes, hobbies and interests as valuable assets for employers. More ...

 

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So You Want to Be a Lawyer, Eh?
by Adam Letourneau, LLB
$24.95

Author and lawyer Adam Letourneau provides insights on the LSAT, applying for law school, study strategies, summer jobs, articling applications and more. This book will save you hours of research, hours of study and tons of stress. More ...

 

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So You Want to Be a Doctor, Eh?
by Dr. Anne Berndl MD
$25.95


So You Want to Be a Doctor, Eh? provides a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to becoming a doctor in Canada. Dr. Berndl's guide is a favourite of career counsellors, pre-med societies and students across Canada. You'll learn about the med school application process, how to ace those critical entrance interviews, and get insider tips for success at medical school and beyond. More ...

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So You Want to Be a Pilot, Eh?
by James Ball B.A. CPL
$24.95

Based on his own commercial flying experience, interviews with pilots and airlines, author James Ball provides all the insight you need to map your path to becoming a commercial pilot in Canada. Check out Amazon.ca's best selling Flight Training book! More...

 

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Career Cupid: Your Guide to Landing and Loving Your Dream Job
by Christine Fader, Career Counsellor
$18.95

"Entertaining and informative, Career Cupid is a must-read for every woman who wants to find a job she loves and true happiness at work."
Tag & Catherine Goulet, co-founders of FabJob.com

Author Christine Fader is a long time career counsellor at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. In Career Cupid, she delivers a lively girl's guide to career management, with step-by-step advice to tell you how to land you dream job and find your "happily ever after at work". It's all wrapped up in pink, with a dash of pink, a lot of understanding and a ton of practical advice. More ...

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Spirit Gifting
by Elmer Ghostkeeper
$18.95

Elmer Ghostkeeper describes the Métis relationship with the earth in a mixed farming community in Alberta during the 1940's. With simple eloquence he relates how Métis drew abundance from the land and nurtured it in return. The Métis culture is unique in the world as a blending of historic French and First Nations cultures. Spirit Gifting provides first hand insights into that community. An ideal resource for First Nations courses and studies. More ...

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Coyotes and Indians
by James Hillyer
$17.99

On Mother's Day 2005 Lorna Blood died of a Listerine overdose. Lorna was the mother of author Jim Hillyer's three adopted siblings from the Blood Indian Reserve in Alberta Canada. Hillyer relates his compelling exploration into the tragic history and conditions that led to Lorna's death. More ...

 

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