Mark Bourrie is a distinguished Canadian author and journalist known for his deep dives into Canadian history and politics. With a career spanning several decades, he has contributed to various prominent publications, including the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. Bourrie's work often explores the intersections of media, politics, and history, offering insightful perspectives on the forces shaping Canadian society.

As an accomplished author of 19 books, including the forthcoming Crosses in the Sky, Bourrie's bibliography includes several critically acclaimed works such as Bush Runner: The Adventures of Pierre-Esprit Raddison, winner of the 2020 RBC Taylor Prize for literary non-fiction.

His ability to weave meticulous research with engaging narratives has earned him accolades as well as a devoted readership. Through his writings and active involvement in current affairs and media criticism, both through his Twitter/X account and this blog, Mark Bourrie continues to contribute significantly to the broader discourse on Canadian identity, history, and politics.