Books that influence and inspire us

Page Two’s publicity and marketing intern Elann Breti rounded up inspiring book recommendations from the Page Two team.

I Was Never Here lands on two bestseller lists

Andrew Kirsch’s spy memoir I Was Never Here was recently named a Toronto Star and Globe and Mail bestseller.

Page Two is hiring a sales administrator

Page Two seeks an organized, meticulous sales administrator to manage our data and sales and inventory needs.

Welcome, Leonni Antono!

Give a warm welcome to Leonni Antono, Page Two’s creative and passionate new digital marketer!

Staying humble with Amer Kaissi

We are thrilled to be partnering with Amer to release his game-changing book into the world. Read on to learn more about him and his fascinating leadership insights.

Building engagement with Christy Smith and Mike McPhie

In their forthcoming book, Mike McPhie and Christy Smith draw on their unique perspectives to offer a new way forward for the resource industry.

Legendary branding with Gair Maxwell

There aren’t many people who can say they’ve shared stages with the legendary Richard Branson and Gene Simmons, but for Gair Maxwell, it’s all in a day’s work.

Welcoming Melissa Kawaguchi

We’re pleased to welcome our new production editor, the talented Melissa Kawaguchi, to the Page Two team. Read on to learn all about her!

Career rescue with Darcy Eikenberg

Darcy Eikenberg is on a rescue mission. The leadership development and career coach wants to help those who are feeling stuck, dissatisfied, or overlooked at work, by introducing them to a superhero who can help change their fortunes: themselves.

Celebrating another year around the sun

October 3 marks our eighth year in business. Join us in wishing a very happy birthday to Page Two!

I spy with Andrew Kirsch

Plenty of people make career changes. But there are few folks whose professional trajectory includes a decade-long stint as a spy.

Leading in real time with Michelle Ray

How can you shift your leadership style to be ready for the inevitable disruptions to come? Enter Michelle Ray.