Mark Bourrie

Mark Bourrie holds a Master’s degree in journalism and a PhD in media history, as well as a diploma in public policy and a Juris Doctor degree. He was a journalist from 1978 until 2017. His newspaper journalism appeared in most major Canadian papers, and his magazine articles were published by, among others, Toronto Life, Saturday Night, Maclean’s, Canadian Business, Canadian Lawyer, The National, and Ottawa Magazine. Mark won a National Magazine Award and was a four-time nominee. He was also nominated for a National Newspaper Award and has won several Ontario Newspaper Awards. In 2020, he was awarded the RBC Charles Taylor Prize for literary non-fiction for his bestselling book Bush Runner: The Adventures of Pierre-Esprit Radisson. Mark is a member of the bar of Ontario, concentrating on media law and on cases that have a nexus between law and politics. He continues to write non-fiction books and rather infrequent op-ed pieces.

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