(PRWEB) November 16, 2012
ONTARIO, Canada – (November 15, 2012) – The Biography of a New Canadian Family: Volume III continue the collaborative work of author Pierre L. Delva and his wife Joan Campbell-Delva as they both share a discerning look on their personal lives and careers in the medical field which establishes both their admirable spot in the world.
This segment of the Delva’s biography takes readers into their journey from Nova Scotia particularly their stay in Glen Margaret, a very comfortable house built in the late thirties, then back to Cleveland, and then all the way to their life in Antigonish, Kingston as well as Sherbrooke and so much more.
In between these places where the Delva’s established their family and careers in the medical field, this book also infuses some historical highlights that intellectuals may find interesting to consider. One way or another, their journey to these places not only helped shaped the personal and professional lives of the Delva’s. It also opens the eyes of the readers as to some of the most memorable moments in modern medical history.
The Biography of a New Canadian Family: Volume III is one inspiring read as it presents how Pierre and Joan Delva and the rest of their family were able to adjust and lived their lives amidst the many uncertainties and changes that have happened with them both on a personal level being considered as a new Canadian family and as professionals in the field of medicine.
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About the Author
Pierre Delva was mostly educated by a dying father, a Belgian GP in East London, UK. Acquired several specialty certificates in Canada, then asked to create a new department for teaching new doctors Family Medicine in the second largest school in the country, l’université de Montreal.
The Biography of a New Canadian Family * by Pierre L. Delva and Joan Campbell-Delva
Vol. 3 (1958 – 1975, ending in Montreal)
Publication Date: October 16, 2012
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