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Date: 2020-09-09
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Subject: Appointment of Institute Fellows - Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada at Massey College



The Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada at Massey College

L’Institut d’études sur la Couronne au Canada à Massey College

 

Appointment of Institute Fellows

 

August  20, 2020

 

The Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada at Massey College is pleased to announce the appointment of the first Fellows of the Institute.  They are:

 

Mr. John Fraser, CM, Master Emeritus of Massey College and Founding President, Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada

 

Dr. Andrew Heard, Professor of Political Science, Simon Fraser University

 

Dr. D. Michael Jackson, CVO, SOM, CD, President, Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada

 

The Right Hon. David Johnston, PC, CC, CMM, COM, CD, former Governor General of Canada

 

The Hon. Serge Joyal, PC, OC, OQ, FRSC, former Senator from Quebec

 

Dr. Barbara J. Messamore, FRHistS, Professor of History, University of the Fraser Valley

 

Dr. Peter H. Russell, OC, FRSC, University Professor Emeritus at the University of Toronto

 

Dr. David E. Smith, OC, SOM, FRSC, Adjunct Professor, Politics and Public Administration, at Ryerson University

 

The College of Fellows has a two-fold purpose:  to recognize distinguished persons who have made major contributions to the study of the Crown, and to associate them with the Institute’s mission of educating Canadians on the Crown.  The eight inaugural Fellows are acknowledged authorities on the Canadian Crown, with many publications to their credit. The Institute looks forward to their continued contributions to knowledge and understanding of Canada’s system of constitutional monarchy.

 

Biographies of the Fellows

 




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