Canada

James Bacque

James Bacque
James Bacque, (1929-2019) who was born and educated in Toronto, was a former journalist, book editor (Macmillan of Canada) and publisher (newpress).

Donald B. Redford

Donald B. Redford
Professor Donald Redford is professor of classics and ancient Mediterranean Studies at the Pennsylvania State University and the director of the Mendes expedition.

Charles Trick Currelly

Charles Trick Currelly
Charles Trick Currelly (January 11, 1876 – April 10, 1957) was a Canadian clergyman and archeologist, and the first director of the Royal Ontario Museum from 1914 to 1946.

Don Dutton

Don Dutton
Don is a tenured emeritus professor at the University of British Columbia (UBC), Department of Psychology.

Maziar Ghaderi

Maziar Ghaderi
Maziar Ghaderi is a multimedia artist, director and producer that works with visual media and interactive technology. With a background in multimedia production, his primary work is situated at the intersection of technology, the experiential and creative direction.

Patricia Marcoccia

Patricia Marcoccia
Patricia Marcoccia is a Toronto-based director, producer, editor and cinematographer nominated for best emerging filmmaker at the Golden Sheaf Awards. Her premiere feature documentary, SHUT HIM DOWN: The Rise of Jordan Peterson, broadcast on CBC Docs POV in fall 2018 and was also nominated for best Social/Political Documentary at the 2019 YFF Golden Sheaf Awards.

Bill Waiser

Bill Waiser
A specialist in western and northern Canadian history, Waiser was a member of the Department of History at the University of Saskatchewan for more than thirty years. He served as Director of the Graduate Program from 1988-1991 and then Department Head, 1995-98. Prior to his Saskatchewan appointment, he was Yukon Historian for the Canadian Parks Service. Waiser is now a full-time writer and speaker/commentator.

Mary Houston

Mary Houston
She obtained her B.A. (with distinction) and B.Ed. degrees at the University of Saskatchewan, then taught for three years at the Yorkton Collegiate Institute. Mary married Dr. Stuart Houston on August 12, 1951. She received the Douglas H. Pimlott Conservation Award from the Canadian Nature Federation in 1988, and represented Saskatchewan on the Canadian Nature Federation from 1979 to 81. Mary was named as one of the "Outstanding Saskatoon Women" in International Women's Year (1975).