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Government House, Regina, Saskatchewan

An Illustrated History

by (author) Edward Willett

Publisher
Your Nickel's Worth Publishing
Initial publish date
Oct 2016
Category
General
  • Hardback

    ISBN
    9781927756768
    Publish Date
    Oct 2016
    List Price
    $39.95

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Description

From its humble origin as a one-storey frame house to the stately brick structure of today, the story of our provincial Government House is a long and interesting journey. This illustrated history of Government House brings to life the role of the vice-regal representative and explores the many uses the building itself has served, taking the reader on a narrative and photographic voyage from its unpretentious beginnings before the birth of our province to its present-day regal splendour. Published in celebration of the 125th anniversary of Government House in 2016, Government House, Regina, Saskatchewan: An Illustrated History is a trip through time that preserves, promotes and enhances the important place Government House occupies both in Canadian history and in these modern times.

About the author

Edward Willett is the award-winning author of more than sixty books of fantasy, science fiction, and non-fiction for all ages. He won Canada’s top science fiction award, the Aurora Award, for Best Long-Form Work in English in 2009 for Marseguro (DAW Books); the sequel, Terra Insegura, was shortlisted for the same award. Other science fiction books from DAW include Lost in Translation, The Cityborn, and the upcoming Worldshaper (September 2018), which will launch a new series. He’s also the author of the fantasy novels Magebane (written as Lee Arthur Chane) and the Masks of Aygrima trilogy (written as E.C. Blake). Other titles include the five-book Shards of Excalibur series for Regina’s Coteau Books, and the young adult fantasy Spirit Singer, which won the Regina Book Award at the 2002 Saskatchewan Book Awards. Ed began his career as a reporter, photographer, columnist, cartoonist, and eventually editor for the Weyburn Review, then spent five years as communications officer for the then fledgling Saskatchewan Science Centre. He’s been a fulltime freelance writer (and actor and singer) for twenty-five years. His nonfiction runs the gamut from science books and biographies to local history. He lives in Regina with his wife, Margaret Anne Hodges, P.Eng., their teenaged daughter, Alice, and their black Siberian cat, Shadowpaw.

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Other titles by Edward Willett

Shapers of Worlds Volume II

Science fiction and fantasy by authors featured on the Aurora Award-winning podcast The Worldshapers

by (author) Edward Willett, Kelley Armstrong, Marie Brennan, Garth Nix, Candas Jane Dorsey, Jeremy Szal, Jeffrey A. Carver, Bryan Thomas Schmidt, David D. Levine, Lisa Foiles, Susan Forest, Matthew Hughes, Heli Kennedy, Helen Dale, Adria Laycraft, Edward Savio, Lisa Kessler, ira Nayman, Carrie Vaughn, Nancy Kress, James Alan Gardner, Tim Pratt, Barbara Hambly & S.M. Stirling

Right to Know

by (author) Edward Willett

Shapers of Worlds

actor Edward Willett

From the Street to the Stars

by (author) Edward Willett

Master of the World

by (author) Edward Willett
read by Carly Robins

Spirit Singer

by (author) Edward Willett

One Lucky Devil

The First World War Memoirs of Sampson J. Goodfellow

by (author) Sampson J. Goodfellow
edited by Edward Willett

Paths to the Stars

Twenty-Two Fantastical Tales of Imagination

by (author) Edward Willett

I Tumble Through the Diamond Dust

by (author) Edward Willett
illustrated by Wendi Nordell

The Sum of Us

Tales of the Bonded and Bound

edited by Susan Forest & Lucas K. Law
by (author) Juliet Marillier, Brenda Cooper, Colleen Anderson, Charlotte Ashley, Ian Creasey, A.M. Dellamonica, Bev Geddes, Claire Humphrey, Sandra Kasturi, Tyler Keevil, Matt Moore, Heather Osborne, Nisi Shawl, Alex Shvartsman, Kate Story, Karina Sumner-Smith, Amanda Sun, Hayden Trenholm, James Van Pelt, Liz Westbrook-Trenholm, Edward Willett, Christie Yant & Caroline M. Yoachim
introduction by Dominik Parisien

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