1. A Subtle Balance: Expertise, Evidence, and Democracy in Public Policy and Governance, 1970-2010, edited by Edward A. Parson, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 331 pp., $34.95. 2. After the Paris Attacks: Responses in Canada, Europe, and Around the Globe, edited by Edward M. Iacobucci and Stephen J. Toope, University of Toronto Press, 221 pp., $32.95. 3. After the Sands: Energy and Ecological Security for Canadians, by Gordon Laxer, Douglas & McIntyre, 288 pp., $24.95. 4. Arms: The Culture and Credo of the Gun, by A.J. Somerset, Biblioasis, 344 pp., $22.95 5. Back to The Well: Rethinking the Future of Water, by Marq de Villiers, Goose Lane, 351 pp., $32.95. 6. Big Tent Politics: The Liberal Party’s Long Mastery of Canada’s Public Life, by R. Kenneth Carty, UBC Press, 176 pp., $29.95. 7. Blockades or Breakthroughs? Aboriginal Peoples Confront The Canadian State, edited by Yale D. Belanger and P. Whitney Lackenbauer, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 466 pp., $32.95. 8. Building Bridges, by Victor C. Goldbloom, foreword by Graham Fraser, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 196 pp., $37.95. 9. Call Me Giambattista: A Personal and Political Journey, by John Ciaccia, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 254 pp., $39.95. 10. Canada In Sudan, Sudan in Canada: Immigration, Conflict, and Reconstruction, edited by Amal Madibbo, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 240 pp., $32.95. 11. Canada’s Residential Schools Reconciliation: The Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 296 pp., $27.95. 12. Canadian Election Analysis 2015: Communication, Strategy, and Democracy, edited by Alex Marland and Thierry Giasson, UBC Press, 121pp., free e-book. 13. Canadian Expeditionary Force 1914-1919: Official History of the Canadian Army in the First World War, G.W.L. Nicholson, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 621 pp., $65. 14. Canada After Harper: His Ideology-Fuelled Attack on Canadian Society and Values, and How We Can Resist and Create The Country We Want, edited by Ed Finn, Lorimer, 400 pp., $22.95. 15. Canoe Country: The Making of Canada, by Roy MacGregor, Random House Canada, 299 pp., $32. 16. Children of the Broken Treaty: Canada’s Lost Promise and One Girl’s Dream, by Charlie Angus, University of Regina Press, 324 pp., $27.95. 17. City-Regions in Prospect? Exploring the Meeting Points Between Place and Practice, edited by Kevin Edson Jones, Alex Lord, and Rob Shields, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 280 pp., $32.95. 18. Comparing Quebec and Ontario: Political Economy and Public Policy at the Turn of the Millennium, by Rodney Haddow, University of Toronto Press, 432 pp., $39.95. 19. Conservative Confidential: Inside The Fabulous Blue Tent, by Fred Litwin, NorthernBlues Books, 216 pp., $19.99. 20. Counterterrorism and Identities: Canadian Viewpoints, by Jack Jedwab, Linda Leith Publishing, 195 pp., $18.95. 21. Crash To Paywall: Canadian Newspapers and the Great Disruption, by Brian Gorman, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 303 pp., $32.95. 22. Dalton McGuinty: Making a Difference, by Dalton McGuinty, Dundurn, 240 pp., $35. 23. Democratic Illusion: Deliberative Democracy in Canadian Public Policy, by Genevieve Fuji Johnson, University of Toronto Press, pp. 182, $24.95. 24. Discrepant Parallels: Cultural Implications of the Canada-U.S. Border, by Gillian Roberts, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 304 pp., $34.95. 25. Dismantling Canada: Stephen Harper’s New Conservative Agenda, by Brooke Jeffrey, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 406 pp., $34.95. 26. Disruptive Power: The Crisis of the State in the Digital Age, by Taylor Owen, Oxford University Press, 264 pp., $27.95 27. Dying From Improvement: Inquests and Inquiries Into Indigenous Deaths in Custody, by Sherene H. Razack, University of Toronto Press, 309 pp., $32.95. 28. Early Intervention: How Canada’s Social Programs Can Work Better, Save Lives, and Often Save Money, by James Hughes, Lorimer, 232 pp. $22.95. 29. eGirls, eCitizens, edited by Jane Bailey and Valerie Steeves, University of Ottawa, The University of Ottawa Press, 501 pp., $54.95. 30. Empire and Ireland: The Transatlantic Career of the Canadian Imperialist Hamar Greenwood, 1870-1948, by Roy MacLaren, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 385 pp., $44.95. 31. Escape from the Staple Trap: Canadian Political Economy After Left Nationalism, by Paul Kellogg, University of Toronto Press, 320 pp., $32.95. 32. Femocratic Administration: Gender, Governance, and Democracy in Ontario, by Tammy Findlay, University of Toronto Press, 288 pp., $65. 33. Fighting For Voters: Parties, the Media, and Voters in An Ontario Election, by William P. Cross, Jonathan Malloy, Tamara A. Small, and Laura B. Stephenson, UBC Press, 238 pp., $32.95. 34. Forced Migration, Reconciliation, and Justice, edited by Megan Bradley, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 464 pp., $34.95. 35. Frank Underhill and the Politics of Ideas, by Kenneth C. Dewar, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 224 pp., $22.95. 36. Framed: Media and the Coverage of Race in Canadian Politics, by Erin Tolley, University of British Columbia, 240 pp., $99. 37. From Treaty Peoples to Treaty Nation: A Road Map for All Canadians, by Greg Poelzer and Ken S. Coates, UBC Press, 337 pp., $34.95. 38. Green-Lite: Complexity in Fifty Years of Canadian Environmental Policy, Governance, and Democracy, by G. Bruce Doern, Graeme Auld, and Christopher Stoney, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 440 pp., $34.95. 39. Grit: The Life and Politics of Paul Martin Sr., by Greg Donaghy, UBC Press, 455 pp., $39.95. 40. History’s People: Personalities and The Past, by Margaret MacMillan, House of Anansi Press, 368 pp., $24.95. 41. Human on the Inside: Unlocking The Truth About Canada’s Prisons, by Gary Garrison, University of Regina Press, 293 pp., $25.62. 42. In Flanders Fields, 100 Years: Writing On War, Loss and Remembrance, edited by Amanda Betts, Knopf Canada, 257 pp., $35. 43. #Idlenomore: And the Remaking of Canada, by Ken Coates, University of Regina Press, 228 pp., $20.95. 44. Interculturalism: A View From Quebec, by Gérard Bouchard, University of Toronto Press, 221 pp., $27.95 45. ISIS, Terror and Today’s Middle East: Don’t Panic, by Gwynne Dyer, Random House Canada, Random House Canada, 208 pp., $22. 46. Keeping Promises: The Royal Proclamation of 1763, Aboriginal Rights, and Treaties in Canada, edited by Terry Fenge and Jim Aldridge, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 296 pp., $27.95. 47. Kill The Messengers: Stephen Harper’s Assault on Your Right to Know, by Mark Bourrie, HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., 370 pp., $32.99. 48. Law, Life, and Government at Red River, Volume 1: Settlement and Governance, 1812-1872, by Dale Gibson, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 576 pp., $39.95. 49. Law, Privacy and Surveillance in Canada in the Post Snowden Era, edited by Michael Geist and Wesley Wark, University of Ottawa Press, 288 pp., $54.95. 50. Leaders in the Shadows: The Leadership Qualities of Municipal Chief Administrative Officers, by David Siegel, University of Toronto Press, 324 pp., $29.95. 51. Left and Right: The Small World of Political Ideas, by Christopher Cochrane, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 212 pp., $34.95. 52. Letters to My Grandchildren, by David Suzuki, Greystone Suzuki Foundation, 233 pp., $27.95. 53. Local Self-Government and the Right to the City, by Warren Magnusson, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 375 pp., $34.95. 54. Lord Beaconsfield and Sir John A. Macdonald: A Political and Personal Parallel, edited by Michel W. Pharand, with forewords by John Major and Chris Alexander, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 84 pp., $39.95. 55. Mass Disruption: Thirty Years on the Front Lines of a Media Revolution, by John Stackhouse, Random House Canada, 327 pp., $32. 56. Master of My Fate, by Linda McIntosh with Steven Fletcher, Heartland Associates, 168 pp., $19.99. 57. Mayors Gone Bad, by Philip Slayton, Viking, 277 pp., $32. 58. Middle Power, Middle Kingdom: What Canadians Need To Know About China in the 21st Century, by David Mulroney, Allen Lane, 339 pp., $32. 59. Measure Yourself Against the Earth, by Mark Kingwell, Biblioasis, 335 pp., $22.95 60. Métis and the Medicine Line: Creating a Border and Dividing A People, by Michel Hogue, University of Regina Press, 352 pp., $32.95. 61. Minority Nations in the Age of Uncertainty: New Paths to National Emancipation and Empowerment, by Alain-G. Gagnon, University of Toronto Press, 176 pp., $22.95. 62. More Than Just Games: Canada and the 1936 Olympics, by Richard Menkis & Harold Troper, University of Toronto Press, pp. 281, $27.95. 63. Northern Communities Working Together: The Social Economy of Canada’s North, edited by Chris Southcott, University of Toronto Press, 291 pp., $24.95. 64. O.D. Skelton: A Portrait of Canadian Ambition, by Norman Hillmer, University of Toronto Press, 424 pp., $49.95. 65. Our Turn, by Kristine Stewart, Random House Canada, 215 pp., $29.95. 66. Red, White, and Kind of Blue? The Conservatives and the Americanization of Canadian Constitutional Culture, by David Schneiderman, University of Toronto Press, 314 pp., $32.95. 67. Rethinking Canadian Aid, edited by Stephen Brown, Molly den Heyer, and David R. Black, University of Ottawa Press, 338 pp., $39.95. 68. Reviving Social Democracy: The Near Death and Surprising Rise of the Federal NDP, edited by David Laycock and Lynda Erickson, UBC Press, 340 pp., $35.95. 69. Road Trip Rwanda: A Journey Into the New Heart of Africa, by Will Ferguson, Penguin Random House Canada, $34. 70. Sharing the Burden? NATO and its Second-Tier Powers, by Benjamin Zyla, University of Toronto Press, 328 pp., 71. Sir John’s Table: The Culinary Life and Times of Canada’s First Prime Minister, by Linda Mechefske, Goose Lane, 232 pp., $19.95. 72. Spinning History: A Witness to Harper’s Canada and 21st Century Choices, by Les Whittington, The Hill Times Books, $21.95. 73. Stephen Harper, by John Ibbitson, Signal, 436 pp., $35. 74. Strength of Conviction, by Tom Mulcair, Dundurn, 192 pp., $19.99. 75. Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction, by Philip E. Tetlock and Dan Gardner, Signal McClelland & Stewart, 340 pp., $34.95. 76. That’s Why I’m a Journalist: Top Canadian Reporters Tell Their Most Unforgettable Stories, by Mark Bulgutch, Douglas & McIntyre, 320 pp., $32.95. 77. The Arrogant Autocrat: Stephen Harper’s Takeover of Canada, by Mel Hurtig, Mel Hurtig Publishing, 140 pp., $19.95. 78. The Big Blue Machine: How Tory Campaign Backrooms Changed Canadian Politics Forever, by J. Patrick Boyer, Dundurn, pp. 528, $35. 79. The Carbon Bubble: What Happens to Us When It Bursts, by Jeff Rubin, Random House Canada, $29.95. 80. The Constitutions That Shaped Us: A Historical Anthology of Pre-1867 Canadian Constitutions, edited by Guy Laforest, Eugénie Brouillet, Alain-G. Gagnon, and Yves Tanguay, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 374 pp., $39.95. 81. The Diplomat: Lester Pearson and the Suez Crisis, by Antony Anderson, Goose Lane, 400 pp., $32.95. 82. The Embattled General: Sir Richard Turner and the First World War, by William F. Stewart, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 374 pp., $44.95. 83. The Great Divide: Why Liberals and Conservatives Will Never, Ever Agree, by William D. Gairdner, Encounter Books, 264 pp., $32.50. 84. The Inequality Trap: Fighting Capitalism Instead of Poverty, by William Watson, University of Toronto Press, 240 pp., $32.95 85. The Only Average Guy: Inside the Uncommon World of Rob Ford, by John Filion, Random House Canada, 359 pp., $34. 86. The Reason You Walk, by Wab Kinew, Viking, 273 pp., $32. 87. The Right to Be Cold: One Woman’s Story of Protecting Her Culture, The Arctic and the Whole Planet, by Sheila Watt-Cloutier, Allen Lane, 336 pp., $32.95. 88. Thinking Outside the Box, edited by Keith G. Banting, Richard P. Chaykowski, and Steven F. Lehrer, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 256 pp., $39.95. 89. Three Weeks in Quebec City: The Meeting That Made Canada, by Christopher Moore, Allen Lane, 252 pp., $35. 90. Toward A Healthcare Strategy for Canadians, edited by A. Scott Carson, Jeffrey Dixon, and Kim Richard Nossal, Queen’s McGill University Press, 278 pp., $39.95. 91. Transforming Provincial Politics: The Political Economy of Canada’s Provinces and Territories in the Neoliberal Era, edited by Bryan M. Evans and Charles W. Smith, 433 pp., $36.95. 92. Unaccountable: Truth and Lies on Parliament Hill, by Kevin Page, Viking, 224 pp., $32. 93. Unflinching: The Making of a Canadian Sniper, by Jody Mitic, Simon & Schuster Canada, 256 pp., $32. 94. Unsettling Canada: A National Wake-Up Call, by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson, Between The Lines, 320 pp., $29.95 95. W.A. Mackintosh: The Life of a Canadian Economist, by Hugh Grant, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 545 pp., $49. 96. What is Government Good At? A Canadian Answer, by Donald J. Savoie, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 360 pp., $34.95. 97. What’s Happened to Politics? by Bob Rae, Simon & Schuster Canada, 159 pp., $24.99. 98. Work in a Warming World, edited by Carla Lipsig-Mummé and Stephen McBride, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 244 pp., $39.95. 99. You Will Wear A White Shirt: From The Northern Bush to the Halls of Power, by Nick Sibbeston, Douglas & McIntyre, 336 pp., $32.95. 100. Your Country, My Country: A Unified History of the United States and Canada, by Robert Bothwell, Oxford University Press, 432 pp., $34.95 —Compiled by Kate Malloy, editor of The Hill Times.