Canada's History - - EDITOR’S NOTE -

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.

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