Nimbus Publishing

NIM

Nimbus Publishing

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NIM · 2018 English

An illustrated narrative guide to collecting, cooking, and eating wild food on the East Coast From fiddleheads to spruce tips, wild food can be adventurous and fun-with the right guide. …


NIM · 2018 English

Help your child identify birds like the Canada goose, American robin, and yellow warbler in their natural habitats with colourful and whimsical collage-style illustrations from breakout East Coast artist Angela …


NIM · 2018 English

Sheree Fitch's playful words invite you to celebrate our differences, our gifts, our weaknesses, and our sameness in this powerful tribute to mental health.


NIM · 1 April 2017 English

CAPE BRETON'S RAIL LINES are perhaps best known for their substantial roles in the coal and steel industries. Shaped by factors such as physical geography, the availability of both capital …


NIM · 1 April 2017 English

Distinction Earned highlights the accomplishments of significant Cape Breton fighters like George Rockabye Ross (about who MacDougall has also penned a play), Tyrone Gardiner, Blair Richardson and Francis Rocky MacDougall …


NIM · 2017 English

Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, is most often associated with a version of Scottish culture that has evolved in its own unique ways. Though worthy of celebration, that perception tends to …


NIM · 1 June 2016 English

Regardless of Canada's governmental attitude of entitlement, First Nations, Métis and Inuit lands and resources are still tied to treaties and other documents. Their relevance seems forever in dispute, so …


NIM · 2016 English

A fatal accident in the mine awakens young JW Donaldson to just how dangerous working conditions are and to how management seems to care more about production than about the …


NIM · 2016 English

American-born fighter pilot and Vietnam veteran, Nick Sullivan, is a broken man. Abandoned for dead by his family while he rotted in a Viet Cong prison camp, Sullivan finds solace …


NIM · 2016 English

Formed in 1966 with a goal of performing at the World's Fair in Montreal in 1967 (Expo '67), the Men of the Deeps is North America's only coal miners' chorus. …


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