Welcome to White Mountain Publications
White Mountain Publications is a small Northern Ontario press having published over 400 titles over the years, specializing in non-fiction and especially local histories. The store is now at 8 Prospect Avenue offering our current titles and a large selection of gently pre-loved books for your reading pleasure. and open regular hours. Slowly life is getting back to a new normal.
Be well. Be safe. And again, thank you for your continuing support.
ORDERING INFORMATION: This site's online ordering system has been changed to cleaner, boxed order buttons. You can use PayPal, debit or credit options. Orders can also be handled over the phone (1-800-258-5451) or by mail as well. We thank you for your patronage, especially during these difficult times.
For more Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the store, go here; for general FAQ about the company, go here. If you know the title, use this list. If you know the genre, use this list. The new Search option above may be helpful. If you are searching by subject, topic or author on this site, use this link Google Search of this website. Then add your search words after the website, and it will restrict your search to this website instead of getting lost in the internet. Of course if you want to do that, that's fine also.
Canadian Writers' Contest Calendar
Now in our 21st year, we are already working on the 2024 edition of the Canadian Writers' Contest Calendar. If your group has a new contest for 2024, getting the information to us before October 20th would be most helpful. Use our Contest Submission Forms to send the information we need. If your contest is already in the book,(check the index here) then updating the website for 2024will help insure that it gets included for 2024 as well.
The pre-publication discount is already configured on the site. Please remember that the books are shipped in November. We are starting to assemble the information slowly now.
Cobalt Historical Society Puzzles
Cradle of the Demon Metals, Birth of a Mining Superpower by Charlie Angus. The modern search for cobalt has brought investors back to a small town in Northern Canada, a place called Cobalt, where Canada became recognized as a mining superpower over 100 years ago.
The Old Mission by Florent Héroux. A history of this historic site on Lake Temiskaming 1863 to 1887, including parts of the daily journals of the Oblates Missionaries and the chronicles of the Grey Sisters for that period.
The Winter Men II ~into the Deep Dark by Brit Griffin.
The Winter Men III ~At The End of the World by Brit Griffin