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  • Kent Roach

    Kent Roach is a Professor of Law, Criminology, and Political Science at the University of Toronto, and the Prichard-Wilson Chair of Law and Public Policy. He was law clerk to Madame Justice Bertha Wilson of the Supreme Court of Canada (1988-1989) before joining the University of Toronto. He has published numerous articles on the current… Read more »

  • Paul Romney

    Paul Romney has taught at the Center of Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies, and has written extensively on Canadian History.  

  • Daniel Rück

  • John Tupper Saywell

    The late Professor John Tupper (Jack) Saywell was one of Canada’s most distinguished political historians. He began teaching at the  University of Toronto in 1954, and was Editor of the Canadian Historical Review (1957 – 1963), and of the Canadian Annual Review (1960 – 1979). He was the author of The Office of Lieutenant-Governor: A… Read more »

  • Laurel Sefton MacDowell

    Professor MacDowell is Professor of History at the University of Toronto (Mississauga). She researches Canadian history, focussing in particular upon the history of the Canadian labour relations, and the environmental history of North America, particularly as it interacts with unions. She has published on the history of unions and the Canadian labour relations, including Remember… Read more »

  • Robert J. Sharpe

    Robert Sharpe was a judge of the Ontario Court of Appeal from 1999 to 2020. He was called to the bar in 1974 and practiced with MacKinnon McTaggart (later McTaggart Potts) in the area of civil litigation. He was a professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law from 1976 to 1988 where he… Read more »

  • James Snell

    James Snell is Professor Emeritus in the Department of History at University of Guelph, where he has worked since 1968. His research interests include the history of divorce and marriage breakdown in Canada, Canadian political history and history of state policies regarding various social problems. He can be reached at  

  • Carolyn Strange

  • Jonathan Swainger

    Dr Jonathan Swainger is a professor of history at the University of Northern British Columbia. He has been there since 1992 after he spent a year at the University of Calgary. After eight years teaching in the Peace River region he relocated to the main campus in Prince George where he has worked since 2001…. Read more »

  • Greg Taylor

    Dr Greg Taylor is Professor of Law at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia where his chief interest is constitutional law. He previously taught at Monash University in Melbourne. He has previously been a Visiting Professor at Mannheim University in Germany (2003-2004), a lecturer at the Law School at the University of Adelaide (1999-2003) and an Associate… Read more »