CON­TRIB­U­TORS

Canada's History - - EDITOR’S NOTE -

David Lee wrote “Run­ning the Tim­ber Slides.” He is a fifth gen­er­a­tion son of the Ottawa Val­ley and a re­tired Parks Canada his­to­rian. He au­thored Lum­ber Kings and Shan­ty­men: Log­ging and Lum­ber­ing in the Ottawa Val­ley (2006) and Great Forests and Mighty Men (2007). Don­ald B. Smith au­thored “Worlds

Apart.” He is pro­fes­sor emer­i­tus at the

Univer­sity of Calgary and taught Cana­dian his­tory from 1974 to

2009. His pub­li­ca­tions in­clude three bi­ogra­phies of Long Lance, Grey Owl, and Honoré Jaxon; two his­to­ries of the Mis­sis­sauga First Na­tions, and a his­tory of Calgary. He is mar­ried to art his­to­rian and cu­ra­tor Nancy Town­shend.

Doug Cuthand wrote “Harsh Mea­sures.” He is a jour­nal­ist and film­maker lo­cated in Saska­toon. He writes a weekly col­umn for the Saska­toon StarPhoenix and the Regina Leader-Post and is a mem­ber of the Lit­tle Pine First Na­tion, where he is a Treaty Land En­ti­tle­ment trustee chair and is on the eco­nomic de­vel­op­ment cor­po­ra­tion board. Laurence B. Mus­sio au­thored “First Bank.”

He is a his­to­rian and man­age­ment con­sul­tant. His lat­est work is

A Vi­sion Greater Than Them­selves: The Mak­ing of the Bank of Mon­treal, 1817-2017 (2016). In 2018, he will pub­lish Whom For­tune Favours: Bank of Mon­treal and the Rise of Cana­dian Banking, 1817-2017.

Joseph E. Martin wrote “Ti­tans.” He is the di­rec­tor of Cana­dian busi­ness his­tory at the Rot­man School of Man­age­ment, Univer­sity of Toronto. He co-au­thored From Wall Street to Bay Street: The Ori­gins and Evo­lu­tion of Amer­i­can and Cana­dian Fi­nance (2017) with C.P. Ko­brak. He is also pres­i­dent emer­i­tus of Canada’s His­tory So­ci­ety.

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