THE PRIME MINISTERS OF CANADA
Michael Bliss (John A. Macdonald) is University Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto. His many books include Right Honourable Men: The Descent of Canadian Politics from Macdonald to Chrétien.
John M. Bumstead (Alexander Mackenzie), professor of history and Fellow of St. John’s College, has written extensively on Scottish and Canadian history.
Carman Miller (John Abbott) is an emeritus professor of history and former dean of the Faculty of Arts at McGill University.
P. B. Waite (John Thompson) is retired professor emeritus at the history Department at Dalhousie University and has written several books of Canadian history.
Jacques Monet, s.j. (Mackenzie Bowell) is emeritus professor of history at Regis College at the University of Toronto, and Historian at the Archive of the Jesuits in Canada, Montreal.
David M. L. Farr (Charles Tupper) professor emeritus of history at Carleton University, has written on the nineteenth-century relationship between Canada and Great Britain.
Réal Bélanger (Wilfrid Laurier) is a retired professor of socio-political history of Canada and Quebec at Laval University and is co-director of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography/Dictionnaire biographique du Canada.
Robert Craig Brown (Robert Borden) was an emeritus professor of history at the University of Toronto and a former president of the Canadian Historical Association.
J. L. Granatstein (Arthur Meighen) is a historian and former director and CEO of the Canadian War Museum.
H. Blair Neatby (W. L. Mackenzie King), professor emeritus at Carleton University, is a specialist in Canadian political history.
Larry Glassford (R. B. Bennett) is a professor at the University of Windsor where he teaches history and the politics of education.
Bernard Chevrier (Louis St. Laurent) is a historian, author and former federal public servant.
Bill Waiser (John Diefenbaker), a specialist in western and northern Canadian history, is a member of the Department of History at the University of Saskatchewan.
John English (Lester B. Pearson) taught history at the University of Waterloo, authored a two-volume biography of Lester Pearson, and is an editor of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
Ramsay Cook (Pierre Elliott Trudeau) was professor of history at York University and is general editor of the Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
Patrick Brennan (Joe Clark) is an associate professor of history at the University of Calgary specializing in 20th-century Canadian political and military history.
Robert Bothwell (John Turner) is the author of the Penguin History of Canada and several books on foreign relations and teaches at the University of Toronto.
Norman Hillmer (Brian Mulroney) is professor of history and international affairs at Carleton University and co-author of Prime Ministers: Ranking Canada’s Leaders.
Patricia Roy (Kim Campbell) taught Canadian history at the University of Victoria for many years.
Desmond Morton (Jean Chrétien) teaches history at McGill University and is the founding director of the McGill Institute for the study of Canada.
Michael Behiels (Paul Martin) is a professor of modern Canadian History at the University of Ottawa and is a former chair of its Department of History.
Dimitry Anastakis (Stephen Harper) teaches at Trent University in Peterborough, specializing in Canadian political and economic history.
Jacques G. Ruelland (Justin Trudeau) taught philosophy; he is currently museologist and Associate Professor of History at l’Université de Montréal; he has authored some thirty books.