I'm not a huge fan of fiction and almost all my reading tends to fall in the non-fiction category. Because of that, there's not many book clubs that I fit in to, given their tendency to focus on fiction. However, this one caught my eye both for the style of the book club and the important themes and topics they're exploring. It's the Reconciliation Book Club and is offered in partnership with Words Worth Books and the University of Waterloo.
Here are the details: "We'll meet the first Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Words Worth Books to discuss the latest book in the series. At our inaugural Sept. 4 meeting, we'll discuss Karen Stote's An Act of Genocide: Colonialism and the Sterilization of Aboriginal Women (Fernwood, 2015). Professor Stote will join us for the discussion. All are welcome." #365ofgoodWR