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Media Room

Welcome to the McGraw-Hill Ryerson (Canada) Media Room. We hope you find it both worthwhile and easy to use. The most recent new titles are listed below in declining order of release date (these are also found under “New Releases,” found in the side bar to the left). Full media release information can be found by clicking on the “Continue reading →” hyperlink beside each title. For specific categories such as business, click on “Business” in the side bar, and appropriate titles will follow (again, in declining order of release date). You can also use the Search Media window in the sidebar, to search by topic (i.e. investing), title name, or author name. Try different combinations and explore the other features on the side bar. Our publicity contact is also to the left. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We also are extremely interested in any feedback you have about the site – or anything else at any time!

Recent Releases

Minecraft Mastery

Minecraft Mastery

Minecraft Mastery: Build Your Own Redstone Contraptions and Mods reveals how to maximize the capabilities of this powerful, versatile red ore. It illustrates how to create logic gates, advanced mechanisms, and much more. Readers will learn out how to host … Continue reading


The Infographic Resume

The Infographic Resume

What if you could instantaneously distinguish yourself from other candidates?  Get hiring managers to immediately take note of your credentials and skills?  And ingeniously present yourself as the cream of the crop to hiring managers? There’s a way to do … Continue reading


7 Tenets of Taxi Terry

7 Tenets of Taxi Terry

Inspired by the Ideas and Insight of Taxi Terry…The Best Guide to Customer Service You Will Ever Read No matter who you are, what you do, where you work, or how much money you make, you can learn a lot … Continue reading


Jack Tar and the Baboon Watch

Jack Tar and the Baboon Watch

How did pirates get to look like pirates?  Why do we call a dangerous individual “a loose cannon?”  Did you know a “rubbernecker” was the term for a sailor standing around watching as his shipmates worked? Many of our everyday … Continue reading