About the Author

Bruce Stewart is an opinionated writer who believes strongly that passionate writing is a good use of his time. (Indeed, with 200+ publications to my credit, how could I not?)

My professional life has been spent mostly in and around information technology. I moved quickly into management, and then, after twenty years’ climbing the greasy pole in organisations, moved to research advisory work, with some consulting in the mix.

My academic life, carried on while working, saw me receive a BA and MA in Philosophy, and do everything but my dissertation toward my PhD in the Philosophy of History. I have edited and contributed to academic books, taught philosophy, been an adjunct professor of Management in Toronto and an adjunct professor of Education in the Master of Educational Technology programme at the University of British Columbia. My most recent academic work dealt with the pending collapse of our harried, hurried, high-tech lives.

I believe in doing one’s part, and have served on the boards of industry associations and community organisations, and currently serve as the Chair of the Board of the Crisis Centre of BC.

Oh, yes, I have a passion for politics, as you’ll see by the posts here!

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4 responses to “About the Author

  1. I’m looking forward to future entries.

  2. Good to have you back and looking forward to making good use of my time in the reading!

  3. Mr. Stewart, the above essay is one of the best that I have seen written by a modern Canadian in the past fifty years that supports a multi-facet Canadian identity.

    Michael Fay,
    College Station, Texas

  4. Michael’s comment refers to the article “Who We Are: A Guide for Perplexed Canadians” that appears in the July, 2008 archive.

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