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How We Lead

By Joe Clark (Random House, $21)

The former prime minister offers his perspective on what Canada has been, and how the nation can once again reassert its place on the world stage.


Marine Park

By Mark Chiusano (Penguin, $17)

Chiusano's collection of stories takes place in the far-flung corner of Brooklyn called Marine Park, tackling life and growing up in the community.


A Song for Issy Bradley

By Carys Bray (Random House, $25)

When Ian's daughter Issy dies, his family tries to cope in many ways. But only seven-year-old Jacob has any idea how to move past his sister's death.


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