Easterbrook, Ian

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Easterbrook, Ian

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  • Ian Easterbrook
  • Easterbrook, Ian K.
  • Ian K. Easterbrook

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Ian Easterbrook is an author, audio-visual technician, and an active volunteer in the preservation of Canadian history. Born in Sarnia, Ontario, he grew up in Moore Township Labton and graduated from Upper Canada College. He received a combined degree in Philosophy and Anthropology. He has worked for BBC Television, moving to London in the 1960’s where he met his wife Jane Elisabeth Daintry. After his time in England, he moved back to Canada to work in the audio-visual department at Guelph University. He has sat on multiple boards including the French Immersion Association and the rural Learning Association. He has co-authored two books: The Travellers (1989), and Canada and Canadians in Feature Films (1996). Easterbrook is a regular volunteer with the Wellington County Museum and Archives, and the Wellington County Historical Society. His volunteer efforsts were recognized in 2005, being named ‘Fergus Citizen of the Year’ and in 2018 with the Senate of Canada 150th award.

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London, England

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Created July 22, 2019

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  • English

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Sources

Easterbrook, Ian K. “Ian K Easterbrooke.” Academia. Accessed July 22, 2019. http://independent.academia.edu/IanKEasterbrook
Centre Wellington Chamber of Commerce. “ACHIEVEMENT YEAR 2005 : PRESENTATION YEAR 2006.” Awards of Excellence Past Recipients. Accessed July 22, 2019. http://www.cwchamber.ca/index.cfm?page=aoe_recipients
Wellington County Museum & Archives. “Ian Easterbrook Fonds.” Collections Catalogue. Accessed July 22, 2019. https://wcma.pastperfectonline.com/archive/8E6AA7AD-DE56-47B4-87E4-728133419873

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