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by Mel Hurtig

Author: Mel Hurtig
Language: English
Publisher: Stoddart (1996)
Pages: 497 pages
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Hurtig worked in his father's store, selling furs, until 1956. At Twilight in the Country/Memoirs of a Canadian Nationalist, 1996. Pay the Rent or Feed the Kids, 2000. The Vanishing Country, 2002. He then opened a book store, Hurtig Books, which later grew into a large retail book operation with three locations. His stores featured staging of plays, readings of poetry; encouraged social interaction; and unusually, permitted drinking coffee. Rushing to Armageddon, 2004. The Truth About Canada, 2008.

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At Twilight in the Country - Memoirs of a Canadian Nationalist by Mel Hurtig, Stoddart Publishing 1996. An autobiography of Mel Hurtig. Chapter 4 starts with a section called Go, Geishas, Martinis, and Mount Fuji which starts: It is not exaggeration to say that the Japanese game of GO and martinis helped launch my publishing career. I had a fifth goal: I wanted to acquire the Canadian rights for Tuttle books since there was not Canadian agent for the line and I was convinced I could sell great quantities to my fellow booksellers to libraries acros the country.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780773729780. Release Date:January 1996.

VANCOUVER - Mel Hurtig, the ardent nationalist behind The Canadian . He also wrote a memoir, At Twilight in the Country, published in 1996.

VANCOUVER - Mel Hurtig, the ardent nationalist behind The Canadian Encyclopedia, died of pneumonia Wednesday in a Vancouver hospital. Another call to sovereignty, The Vanishing Country: Is It Too Late to Save Canada? was released in November 2002. Hurtig caused a furor in 1975 when he alleged a former member of an American strategic services office was an adviser to Lougheed and was helping to plan the giveaway ’ of the province’s oilsands.

memoirs of a Canadian nationalist. Published 1996 by Stoddart in Toronto. Biography, Nationalists, Politics and government, Nationalistes, Éditeurs, Biographies, Erlebnisbericht, Geschichte 1956-1996, Authors, Canadian (English), Nationalisme, Politique et gouvernement, Autobiografie, Politik, Verlag, Écrivains canadiens-anglais. 97. 64/092, B. Library of Congress.

Mel Hurtig wrote eight books. Among the titles: The Betrayal of Canada (in which he lambastes the NAFTA trade treaty with the . At Twilight in the Country: Memoirs of a Canadian Nationalist (Autobiographical; 1996). Pay the Rent or Feed the Kids (on poverty in Canada; 2000). The Vanishing Country (on foreign ownership eroding Canada’s self-sufficiency; 2002). Rushing to Armageddon (on the perils posed by the . missile defence system and Canada’s participation; 2004)

In The Canadian Encyclopedia

In The Canadian Encyclopedia. His autobiography, At Twilight in the Country: Memoirs of a Canadian Nationalist, was published in 1996. Subsequent publications have addressed significant Canadian social and economic issues: Pay the Rent or Feed the Kids (2000) examines the state of poverty in Canada and the effectiveness of government policies addressing poverty. In 2015, Hurtig self-published his last book, a treatise on former prime minister Stephen Harper titled The Arrogant Autocrat: Stephen Harper’s Takeover of Canada.

He then opened a book store, Hurtig Books, which later grew into a. . Mel Hurtig found outlet for patriotism through The Canadian Encyclopedia Globe and Mail obituary by Ian Bailey, 8 Aug 2016

He then opened a book store, Hurtig Books, which later grew into a large retail book operation with three locations. His stores featured staging of plays, readings of poetry, and encouraged social interaction, and, unusually, permitting drinking coffee. Mel Hurtig found outlet for patriotism through The Canadian Encyclopedia Globe and Mail obituary by Ian Bailey, 8 Aug 2016.

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