There is no single word for how fabulous this book is, so I'll make one up: god-freakin-damn-fantabulously-amazing.
Seriously. I read a lot of environmental, current affairs, and social activism books - and this is one of the best. Clear, concise, full of sidebars, useful references, wry comments and witty dialogue, this book focuses on Canadian goods and services specifically. Want to know what is banned in the E.U. but not even on Health Canada's radar? How much oil you use a day outside of your car? Or how about which alternative, eco-friendly, non-toxic, sustainable products, companies, retailers, and websites to use instead of your regular nail polish, shaving cream, laundry… Read more