It’s finally here!
After over a decade of scheming, false starts, headaches, procrastination and finally execution, we present to you the new Turning the Tide Online Store.
We are celebrating our launch with a big sale online and in store with at least 20% OFF all titles from November 18-23!
Browse over 2,700 titles that we carry at the shop plus search for and special order over 4,000,000 titles that are available through our suppliers.
You can pick up your orders at the store or have them shipped within Canada and the United States. You can also pay online using your Visa, MasterCard, AmEx, or PayPal account.
New titles are instantly updated to the online store and new featured titles will be posted every month. Check back often for great new titles!
New titles are arrive fast and furious right now. Above are just a selection of the great books to have arrived this fall. Browse our webstore or come down to 615 Main St. to check out a full selection of new arrivals.
Migrant Dreams: Film Screening
Saturday, November 26th – 7pm
Hilton Garden Inn Downtown (90 22nd Street, Saskatoon)
PA East and West Room
Migrant Dreams is a new Canadian documentary by award winning filmmaker Min Sook Lee. This film tells the undertold story of migrant agricultural workers struggling against Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP) that treats foreign workers as modern-day indentured labourers. View the trailer at http://www.migrantdreams.ca/synopsis/
The film will be followed by a facilitated discussion.
This screening is hosted by the National Farmers Union.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org – Facebook Event
Human Library: Sharing Stories, Building Inclusive Communities
Saturday, December 3rd – 2:30pm – 5:00pm
Station 20 West
1120 – 20th Street West
Next Up Saskatchewan
You’ve checked out books from a library, now you can check out the stories of people in your community who are working toward social and environmental justice. Human libraries provide an exciting opportunity for the public to connect with diverse narratives and worldviews. Instead of taking books off the shelves, “readers” listen to human “books” and learn new perspectives, histories, and lived realities.
Everyone welcome, free to attend, snacks provided. For more information contact: email@example.com. – Facebook Event
Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat – 10am to 6pm
Thurs – 10am to 8pm
Closed Sundays and Statuatory Holidays
Contact us if you have any questions