9 Contributors

Contributors

Brady S. Dean is a MA student at the University of Regina. He is a full-time teacher during the day and is completing his Master’s degree on a part-time basis. Mackenzie King and his sudden cancellation of a 1948 trade agreement with the United States will be the topic of his eventual thesis.

Sarah Hoag holds a Bachelor of Education in secondary education with a major in social studies and a minor in French. She decided to pursue a Master’s degree in History during her time as a museum curator in her hometown of Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan. Sarah is a competitive curler, an avid crafter, and a dedicated community volunteer.

Rebecca Morris-Hurl is a graduate student in History at the University of Regina. Her research interests are in the Indigenous experience in Canada after the Second World War. Rebecca is a member of the George Gordon First Nation in the Treaty 4 Territory of Saskatchewan.

Braden Sapara is an undergraduate student at the University of Regina working towards degrees in education and political science. An avid political junkie, he grew up in Rocanville, Saskatchewan, and currently resides in Regina with his partner and their newborn son.

Dayle Steffen is a History Graduate student at the University of Regina, working on her thesis on Canadian Multiculturalism under Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. She completed her Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in History at the University of Regina, and plans for doctoral studies after graduating with her Master’s Degree. Dayle presented her research at the 2020 TRU Philosophy, History, and Politics Undergraduate Conference and is currently a Teaching Assistant with the Department of History.

Joshua Switzer is a graduate student at the University of Regina where he has been studying History since 2016. Currently enrolled in the Master’s history program, he received his Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in 2020. For his Master’s thesis, Joshua has chosen to research the 1972 Canada-U.S.S.R. hockey Series. His interest in the sport of hockey began at the age of four and gradually gave him the opportunity to play competitively.

Alexander Washkowsky is a senior level Education student at the University of Regina, focusing his studies on Canadian history. After graduation he plans to teach throughout Canada. He is very excited about his research on Paul Martin which is included in this book.

Deklen C. Wolbaum is currently an undergraduate at the University of Regina pursuing an HHHonours degree in history. His areas of interest include analyzing the search for the Canadian identity and the ancient world. He hopes to pursue a Master’s degree in the near future.

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Canada and Speeches from the Throne by Alexander Washkowsky, Braden Sapara, Brady Dean, Sarah Hoag, Rebecca Morris-Hurl, Dayle Steffen, Joshua Switzer, and Deklen Wolbaum is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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