For years after his wife's death, Dan Nichols, salesman, pilot, and father, cruises through life on autopilot. Having sold his business at an early age, he grows tired of doing nothing but play golf. When his good friend James "Stump" Reynolds, an aircraft broker, asks him to deliver an airplane to the owner of Intermont Mining and Supply Company in Anchorage, Alaska, Dan jumps at the chance for an adventure. Soon after Dan arrives in Anchorage, he meets Jessica Lane, the beautiful vice president of Intermont. When the president of Intermont offers Dan a position as chief pilot of the firm, Dan eagerly takes the job and looks forward to becoming better acquainted with Jessica. But trouble looms.One of Dan's pilots decides to get rich by helping a friend deliver nuclear components to an anonymous connection and steals an Intermont airplane to make the delivery. The commander of a North Korean submarine receives orders to retrieve the hijacked nuclear material. Suddenly, Dan is thrust into the middle of an international incident that resounds all the way to the White House. Full of intrigue and suspense, The Canadian Connection is a non-stop thrill ride!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-04 - Publisher: iUniverse
For years after his wife's death, Dan Nichols, salesman, pilot, and father, cruises through life on autopilot. Having sold his business at an early age, he grows tired of doing nothing but play golf. When his good friend James "Stump" Reynolds, an aircraft broker, asks him to deliver an airplane
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-09-01 - Publisher: UBC Press
The Canadian party system is a deviant case among the Anglo-American democracies. Unruly and inscrutable, it is a system that defies logic and classification – until now. In this political science tour de force, Richard Johnston makes sense of the Canadian party system. With a keen eye for history and
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-04-14 - Publisher: Dundurn
An integral part of Canada’s political culture, constitutional monarchy has evolved since Confederation to become a uniquely Canadian institution. How has it shaped twenty-first-century Canada? How have views on the monarchy changed? Eleven experts on the history of Canada’s Crown take up these questions from diverse perspectives.
An impressive list of specialists in the field examine the evangelical impulse in various denominations, from the mainstream Methodists, Presbyterians, Anglicans, and United, through Baptists, Mennonites, and Lutherans, to the more sectish groups, including Holiness, Christian Mission Alliance, and the Pentecostals. Also included are comparisons between Canadian and American, British,
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999 - Publisher: The Canadian Encyclopedia
This edition of "The Canadian Encyclopedia is the largest, most comprehensive book ever published in Canada for the general reader. It is COMPLETE: every aspect of Canada, from its rock formations to its rock bands, is represented here. It is UNABRIDGED: all of the information in the four red volumes