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Toronto
Moncton
Sue Calhoun was born in Southern Ontario but has lived in Eastern Canada for 35 years. For more than a decade, she worked on newspapers in Ontario, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia, freelanced for CBC...
Barry Callaghan was born in Toronto in 1937. He has been a professor at York University since 1966. From 1966 to 1971, he was literary editor of Toronto Telegram; a producer and war correspondent for...
Toronto
Gibsons
Mark Cameron has travelled a long and varied road to authorship. After a twenty-year career in the software industry, Mark left the tech sector in 2011 and turned his attention toward his lifelong...
Toronto
Heather Camlot is the author of the nonfiction What If Soldiers Fought with Pillows? (Owlkids Books, 2020) and the novels The Other Side and Clutch (2020, 2017, both Red...
  Anne Camozzi creates art and writes in Nova Scotia, Canada. An early passion for the arts led her to an Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University (Toronto) in 1976. While studying...
Regina
Anne Campbell was born in the wilds of northern Saskatchewan in a Red Cross Hospital and grew up in and around Saskatoon. She studied at the Regina Conservatory and also at the Saskatchewan School of...
A former Executive Director of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives [1994-2015), he was awarded a Law Foundation of Ontario Community Leadership in Justice Fellowship and spent 2016 as a...
Miji Campbell is a writer and teacher. Her work has appeared in Reader's Digest, Today’s Parent Magazine, The Edmonton Journal, The Calgary Herald and Women’s...
Toronto
Sandra Campbell's novel Getting to Normal (www.sandracampbell.ca) was NOW Toronto magazine’s choice for best books 2001. Her new work, The Pig and the...

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