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Project Team

Ian Bron is an Ottawa-based consultant, specializing in program and product evaluation and project management. He has an M.Ed. and B.Ed. from the University of Ottawa and an Honours B.A. in History and Political Science from the Royal Military College of Canada. His work with CIHM has included developing educational strategies, managing and developing content for educational Web sites, and evaluating CIHM educational resources in Ottawa classrooms. To learn more about Ian, visit his web site at www.ianbron.com, or e-mail him at ianbron@ianbron.com.

Zachary Houle is the primary content architect and project manager of the Canada In The Making Web site. He is a 2004 Pushcart Prize nominee for fiction, and his work has appeared in noted international literary journals like Pindeldyboz, The Danforth Review, Broken Pencil, Thieves Jargon and Word Riot, among others. He is a regular book reviewer for Popmatters.com, and a former journalist whose work appeared in SPIN magazine, Canadian Business and the non-fiction book TVParty!: Television's Untold Tales. He can be reached at zhoule@magma.ca.

Dusan Musal is an avid web developer and programmer. A Software Engineering student at the University of Ottawa, he spends most of his free time scripting web applications and developing relational database skills. He has also created sites and scripts for other non-profit organizations, including Womennet.ca and FoundationOPL.ca. If you wish to contact Dusan, you may send an email to dusan@dusantech.com.

Daniel Beaudin obtained his D.E.P. in graphic design at the center Compétences Outaouais in Gatineau in March 2000. He is presently Lead Web Designer at a Web site engineering firm. He has worked on the designs of many Web sites, including sites belonging to Prime Minister Jean Chrétien, the exhibition of Louis-Philippe Hébert at the National Gallery of Canada, the Project on the Biodiversity of the Rideau River of the Museum of Nature of Canada, the Business Development Bank of Canada, Canadian Heritage, and many more. He can be contacted at danbeaudin@hotmail.com.

Luc-André Paquette has a Certificate in Multimedia (New Media) and a Diploma in Publicity. He designed acclaimed sites such as: Oscar Peterson: A Jazz Sensation, Virtual Gramophone and Canadian Illustrated News for the National Library of Canada. Luc-André designed Exploration, the Fur Trade and Hudson's Bay Company for the Canadian Institut of Historical Microreproductions. He also designed entirely the Al Hirschfeld website for the Margo Feiden Galleries in New York. Al Hirschfeld is one of the most talented artists of this century. He is currently the Designer of a large Canadian unity site uni.ca.
If you wish to contact Luc-André, write to: lapinc@hotmail.com.

Claudia Prud'homme is a Web Programmer/Designer who also has experience in print design. She has completed her degree in graphic design at the Centre Compétences Outaouais, which she obtained in April 2003. Claudia worked on the Web site "Exploration, the Fur Trade and Hudson's Bay Company". She can be contacted at ysobel_@hotmail.com.

Christine Veilleux is a regional researcher with CIHM since 1981. She graduated from Laval University with a Ph.D. in History in 1990. The Séminaire de Québec, plus the Literary and Historical Society of Québec, have also employed her as an historian. She has written several articles for the Canadian Dictionary of Biography and The History of the Book in Canada among others. She is also the author of Aux origines du barreau québécois, 1779-1849 published on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Quebec Bar in 1999. If you wish to contact Christine, you may e-mail her at cveilleu@total.net.

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