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List of Contributors


Robert Dixon, who holds an Ed.D. in history and philosophy from the University of Toronto, lectures on the history of Catholic education at St. Augustine’s College and on Ontario school law at Niagara University (NY). He has written affidavits for court cases involving the constitutional rights of separate schools. His most recent book is Be a teacher, a History of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association, 1994). The Catholic Education Found­ation of Ontario will release his Catholic Education and Politics in Ontario, 1965-2000 in 2003. 


Heidi MacDonald is an assistant professor in the Department of History at the University of Lethbridge.  Her dissertation was on “The Sisters of St. Martha and PEI Social Institutions, 1916-1982” (UNB, 2000). She is currently studying how women religious diminished the impact of the Depression.


Bill Moreau completed a doctorate in the Department of English at the University of Toronto in 1997. He is currently preparing an edition of the writings of David Thompson for the Champlain Society and McGill­Queen's University Press.


Yves Vyon J. Pelletier earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees in history from the University of Ottawa and holds a B. Sc. degree from Laurentian Univer­sity in Sudbury. He has published an article on parliamentary democ­racy in the Canadian Parliamentary Review. Currently, he is working for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.


Sheila Ross received her Bachelor of Social Work and her M.A. in Italian Renaissance History from the University of Calgary. Her publications include articles in CCHA Historical Studies (1996 and 1998). She has served as a Pastoral Assistant at Sacred Heart Church in Calgary.