Authored by Wilderness Committee founder Paul George and three years in the making, Big Trees' 500 pages are illustrated with over 560 photos & cartoons. The accompanying DVD contains two hours of historical video footage, music and behind-the-scenes stories from 25 years of campaigning to save wild places with the Wilderness Committee. A magnum opus that illuminates the depth and breadth of the environmental movement in western Canada, the book is rich in the how-to and history of environmental activism. Now on sale for $14.95 from a regular price of $39.95.

Liquid Gold, By John Calvert

Secure, reliable and affordable electricity has been one of BC's most important competitive advantages and key contributor to the province's prosperity. Calvert shows how the government is supplanting BC's successful public system with a deregulated private sector model that will enrich private power developers and undermine BC's ability to control future energy development. 258 pages (6" x 9") Paperback

Destination Hikes in and Around Southwestern British Columbia book

Don’t miss bestselling author Stephen Hui’s new book, with foreword by Musqueam Nation member and political activist Cecilia Point. Author of 105 Hikes in and Around Southwestern BC, this latest features remarkable hikes, hidden gems, astonishing views and unforgettable trails within driving distance of Vancouver. Each hike includes an Indigenous territorial acknowledgment, photograph, topographic map, trail description and difficulty rating, as well as stops of interest at nearby museums, wetlands, temples and memorials.

Picturing Transformation, Nexw-áyantsut

This is the story of the Uts'am Witness Project, which happened over a span of ten years as thousands of people – artists, loggers, government officials, environmentalists, tourists, youth at risk, families and children – made the journey from Vancouver to Sims Creek in the Elaho Valley.