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Ottawa: Normandin, Cashman, Tony. Ernest C. Edmonton: Alberta Social Credit League, Encyclopedia Canadiana. Toronto: Grolier of Canada, Hustak, Allan. Peter Lougheed. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited, Morgan, Henry James.
Canadian Men and Women of the Time. Toronto: William Briggs, We are seeking authors and researchers on the leading edge of their fields to present the Canadian stories, people and ideas that matter most. As a journalist, he served as author, columnist, foreign correspondent, Editor of a national news publication and frequent public speaker. As a political and social commentator, he has appeared on many national and international radio and television networks and continues to do so.
As President and Chief Executive Officer of Historica Canada, he leads the organization, oversees all operations and, in collaboration with the Board, provides strategic vision. Bronwyn holds an Honours B. Chantal has been with the organization since , when she joined in a role overseeing external communications.
Shortly after, she took on web management and new media strategies, and has since added oversight of related aspects of The Canadian Encyclopedia to her responsibilities. Chantal describes herself as a voracious reader, and is a curiosity-driven web browser who is fascinated by the possibilities of technology and new media. Eli is the managing editor, he first joined The Canadian Encyclopedia as editorial assistant in Since then, he has worked as special projects editor, covering milestones in Canadian history, and as industry and law editor.
He has covered Canadian subjects from eh to zed , but remains committed to finding stories about Canadian people, places and things. Alison is the Marketing and Outreach Coordinator. She has a B. She is passionate about cultural history, education and community building. Celine Cooper is the subject editor for communities.
A former columnist with the Montreal Gazette , she has worked at the crossroads of scholarship, public policy and journalism for over fifteen years. Her writing can be found in a range of publications including Open Canada , Policy Options , Next City and The World Today , and she has appeared frequently as a bilingual political analyst on television and radio public affairs programs in Quebec. Celine is chairperson of the board of directors for the Association for Canadian Studies and a governing board member for the Fraser-Hickson Library. Dana has a B. She has been translating texts for the not-for-profit sector since Fluent in English, French and Romanian, she can also easily follow an upbeat conversation in Italian.
Dana is interested in exploring topics related to knowledge transfer across cultures and societies, multiculturalism, and displacement and identity.
Outside work, Dana has various interests, including tennis, poetry and photography. In his spare time, David loves reading history, watching sci-fi movies with his kids, taking long walks with his wife, and all things hockey Montreal Canadiens fan since birth. Prior to joining TCE, she worked as a researcher for Dr. She appreciates his wit, humour and ability to synthesize modern culture.
Harrison joined The Canadian Encyclopedia team in working on all things web. He has a B.
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He is interested in social and cultural history and using new technologies to make the study of history as accessible and engaging as possible. Her research interests include the history of medicine, war and society and Indigenous studies. Nathan has worked for The Canadian Encyclopedia since , first as editorial coordinator and later as an editor.
His background in the publishing and non-profit sectors includes work as a translator, proofreader, membership coordinator and small-press intern.
She has a PhD in History from McMaster University, where she focused on the relationship between war and health in the 18th century. Her research interests include military history, the history of medicine and science, and the history of sport.