Reconciliation Book Club – Unsettling Canada

Episode 103 is the third in a series of reviews of books written by Indigenous authors and allies. This episode is a review of the book: Unsettling Canada: A National Wake-up Call by Arthur Manuel and published by Between the Lines. It also has a Foreword by Naiomi Klein and an Afterword by Grand Chief Ronald Derrickson.

Here is link to original YouTube video version:

For those of you who haven’t yet read the book: Unsettling Canada, the link to purchase the book is here:

Here is a video of Steve Paiken’s interview with Arthur about his book on TVO’s The Agenda, a clip of which is played in the review:

As mentioned in the video/podcast here is the link to the book review I did of his book when it first came out in the Literary Review of Canada:

Arthur Manuel also has another book, The Reconciliation Manifesto, that can be purchased here:

The next book in this Reconciliation Book Club series is The Story of a National Crime by Dr. Peter Bryce. Here is the link to the FREE downloadable pdf of the book:

Or you can purchase it online here:


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