Tim Cook wrote “Ghosts of Vimy,” a story of Canada’s Great War memorial that is part of our package of stories commemorating the Battle of Vimy Ridge. Cook is a historian with the Canadian War Museum who has authored a number of books, including Vimy: The Battle and the Legend (2017).
Kate Jaimet wrote about how Vimy Ridge is commemorated today. She is an Ottawabased freelance journalist. Mary Carpenter authored “Lost Generations,” in which she reflects on her experience as an Inuk child attending residential school in Aklavik, Northwest Territories. Carpenter is an award-winning writer and poet who holds three academic degrees. John Kalbfleisch is part of the team that created our package of stories about Montréal’s
375th anniversary. He is the author of This Island in Time: Remarkable Tales from Montreal’s Past. His Second Draft column on Montréal’s history appears in the Montreal Gazette.
Mathieu Drouin is the culture and education manager at Musée des Ursulines de Québec in Québec City. He is also the program assistant for Canada’s History Society. Jean-Philippe Proulx holds degrees in history. He is based in Montréal as the education and outreach co-ordinator for Canada’s History Society. Darren Bonaparte is the Mohawk author of Creation & Confederation: The Living History of the Iroquois and A Lily Among Thorns: The Mohawk Repatriation of Káteri Tekahkwí:tha. He also created the Wampum Chronicles, a website about Haudenosaunee history.