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List of Contributors


Raymond Huel is Professor of History at the University of Lethbridge and Director and General Editor of Western Canadian Publishers, the corporate entity that administers the Western Oblate History Project. He is the author of Proclaiming the Gospel to the Indians and the Métis: The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate in Western Canada, 1845-1945, and is currently preparing a biography of Bishop Taché of St. Boniface.


Jan Noel teaches Pre-Confederation and Gender history at the University of Toronto at Mississauga. Her book Canada Dry, Temperance Crusades before Confederation won the Canadian Historical Association’s John A. Macdonald Prize in 1996. Nuns in New France figure prominently in her forthcoming book, Women of an Ancien Régime Colony.


P. Wallace Platt is a Basilian priest, born in Toronto in 1925 and ordained to the priesthood in 1950. He holds M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Toronto and a Licence ès Lettres from the Université de Lyon. He has taught in Canada, the United States, France, and Colombia. His biography of Cardinal Flahiff, Gentle Eminence (McGill-Queen’s University Press), was published in June 1999. He is presently Director of Pastoral Formation at The American College of Louvain, Belgium.


John P. Portelli is a Professor in the Department of Theory and Policy Studies at the Ontario Institute of Education of the University of Toronto. His research interests include the Maltese in Canada, democratic values and critical leadership, critical pedagogy, and student engagement.